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These links execute subject and keyword searches in the library's catalog for both print and electronic books. To do the same search in the OhioLINK catalog, hit the green "Search OhioLINK" button at the upper right:
Princeton University online guides for safety in different arts. Guides include ones for Ceramics, Painting & Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture. Be aware that training materials found on these pages are provided for the use of Princeton University to meet needs specific to Princeton University and have information specific to Princeton (procedures, phone numbers, etc.).
Over 35,000 full-text electronic books in computer science, information technology, and related fields from publishers such as O'Reilly Media, Peachpit Press and Pearson Technology Associates. Topics covered include programming, web design and development, system and network administration, and applications. Thousands of videos are also available. All users must provide their BGSU email address in order to use the new O'Reilly platform.
All users must provide their BGSU email address in order to use the new O'Reilly platform. Guest and walkin users may use safari (at) bgsu.edu for access. SETTING UP A PERSONAL ACCOUNT AFTER ENTERING YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IS NOT REQUIRED for future access (though setting up an account may streamline the access process).
Art supplies online
If you can't find specialty supplies locally (check with your professors for recommendations for local suppliers), here are a few directories and links to online arts suppliers. A link to any commercial supplier does not imply an endorsement by the University Libraries or BGSU.
Low-cost and exotic scientific surplus. Heavy on laboratory, robotic, electrical, and other hard science supplies, but always has toys, military surplus, arts and crafts, and ... stuff. Physical store is in Chicago, rumored to be a geek's paradise.