From the "Visit the Libraries" page, you will find our most recent floor plans.
Construction changes will be monitored and updated to make it easier for us to direct you to resources and services.
The new TENTATIVE dates for learning commons construction in the Perry Library are:
- April 1, 2010: Contract signed
- May 10, 2010: Parking lot captured
- May 10, 2010: Renovation starts
- June 10, 2010: New entry
- June-July, 2010: Pile driving
- November-December, 2010: Renovate 1st floor
- October, 2011: Completion
On Tuesday, April 20, the ODU Libraries will be participating in “VA Libraries Snapshot Day.” We will be collecting statistics, taking photos, and videotaping user opinions.
Our goal is to paint a complete picture of all of the services our library provides on any given day… in our case, on Tuesday, April 20th.
Library Snapshot day is an initiative of ALA that, “provides a way for libraries of all types across a state, region, system or community to show what happens in a single day in their libraries." How many books are checked out? How many people receive help with research? How do users feel about the library?
Please participate with us!!!
Are you interested in joining the outstanding staff of the Old Dominion University Libraries? Are you an experienced cataloging and metadata librarian looking for a place to share your talents and expertise? Perhaps this is the place for you.
Click here for a full position ad and instructions on how to apply.
The Perry Library will open 1pm - midnight on Sunday April 4.
On Saturday, March 27, from 10-11:30am, the library will be presenting a graduate workshop on "Using EndNote with Library Databases to Save You Time!"
Learn how to collect citations from the library's databases and export them into EndNote, a powerful tool for organizing and managing bibliographic citations. Both desktop and Web versions will be included. Bringing your own laptop would be very helpful. If you do bring a laptop, we ask that you have EndNote downloaded to it already.
Saturday, April 10- Doing a Literature Review in the Health Sciences
10:00-11:30 AM, Perry Library 163
For more information, contact Charity Karcher at email@example.com.
Hundreds of thousands of journal articles, dissertations, government publications and other resources can be found online through various library online subscription services. Learn how to do a thorough literature review in your field, using the library's research information databases. Registration is required.
“Copyright and Copywrong: Considerations for Teaching” will be presented on Thursday, April 1, from 2:00 - 3:00 PM, in the library's Rm. 163. Learn the basics of copyright law and how to comply when teaching in a classroom, at a distance, or online from campus. Presenters are J. D. Wright, Associate General Counsel for the University, Susan Boze from the Center for Learning Technologies, and Karen Vaughan from the ODU Libraries.
If you have specific questions, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org so we make sure to address them.
Be sure to check the "Find Databases A-Z" option for access to several trial databases for your review. We would appreciate your feedback -- please use the comment feature to indicate what you think of the resources and if they would support your learning, teaching, or research needs. Keep in mind that there is no guarantee of their acquisition.