Thursday, June 24, 2010
The Oberlin Conservatory Library is one of three branch libraries on the Oberlin campus, and the only one to offer a complete array of library services. Providing all instructional, reference, circulation, and reserve assistance overseen by head of public services (and MLA member) Kathleen Abromeit, a complete range of technical services including acquisition, cataloging, and preparations overseen by head of technical services (and MLA member) David “Jack” Knapp, and administration as well as collection development overseen by director of the library (and MLA member) Deborah Campana, the “Con Library” also employs a special collections curator, seven permanent administrative assistant staff and approximately 10 FTE student assistant staff. Read More
*Thank you, MLA!
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Wendell Logan, a composer of jazz and concert music who more than two decades ago founded the jazz department at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, long a bastion of high-level classical training, died on June 15 in Cleveland. He was 69 and lived in Oberlin, Ohio. read more
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Here's the deal on borrowing books and scores from the Conservatory Library this summer:
For continuing students, ask for a summer borrowing privilege form at the circulation desk. You must provide us with an Oberlin mailing address. No OCMR numbers are accepted. We also need to know the date you will be leaving Oberlin. That will become the expiration date for your privileges. If you are finishing an incomplete, privileges are extended until the incomplete is due. All items are still subject to recall.
For graduating students, you must go to the main library and register for alumni borrowing, or if you are staying in the area, you can register as a town patron.
Happy summer reading!