Kelvin Smith Library now offers free subscription to The New York Times, a mapping tool that can help locate books quickly and more than 130,000 books on the library’s lower level.
Full online access to The New York Times
Faculty, staff and students now have full access to The New York Times online or via the mobile app. Once activated from within the Case Western Reserve University’s network, a pass can be used from any location until expiration in about one year. It includes daily content, archival content, videos, podcasts and more.
Map It book locator
The Kelvin Smith Library and the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library now provide an online map to find books and other items in their collections. Look up an item in the catalog and click on “map it” to see a floor map and the item’s location. Maps are mobile-friendly as well.
More books on lower level
More than 130,000 books are now available in the Kelvin Smith Library Lower Level. Topics include art, history, literature, social sciences, humanities and many other disciplines. Faculty and library staff have access to this collection, which also includes nearby seating. Library staff can retrieve books for university staff or students.
Some items may be too brittle to leave the library, but most can be checked out.