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National Poetry Month

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April is National Poetry Month! Celebrate by reading poetry, or try your hand at writing some of your own with exercises from the Teen Poetry Wiki. Learn about Ohio poets, listen to poetry online, or if poetry baffles you, look up a poet or a poem in one of our databases:

We have many poetry collections in print, but they can’t be put on hold for the next few days as we upgrade to a new catalog system. Drop by and check out Dewey Decimal 811 on our shelves to find a great deal of poetry, and ask a librarian for help to find more - be sure to bring your library card from April 4th - 8th if you want to take materials home!

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New E Reference Books

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We have some new eReference titles, which are accessible from home:

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The Gale Directory Library includes two titles, which can be searched together or separately.

  • Use the newly updated Gale Directory of Publications and Broadcast Media, to find local magazines, newspapers, radio stations, and TV stations, learn whether or not they accept ads, search for all the local cable companies before you decide which service to purchase, and much more.
  • Check out the Encyclopedia of Associations - National Organizations of the United States to find national organizations for any interest, from trade and professional associations, to organizations devoted to hobbies and games.

Gale Multicultural America Book Cover The Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America has information on Americans from many different backgrounds, including information on culture, history, acceptance, and settlement in the United States. Learn more about immigrant experiences in America, from the 1500s to the present.

To access these titles from home, click on the preceding links, or, from  ualibrary.org, hover the mouse over “Research” and select “Databases.” Then scroll down to the  Gale Directory Library or the  Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America, click on your choice, and enter your library card number.

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