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Cleveland Public Library @ CASE - KSL

The CPL@Case-KSL collection of popular magazines, books and audio books has two new features for Case faculty, students, and staff, just a few months after launching at KSL this fall. This ground-breaking partnership between one of the country's top public libraries and Case now includes circulating foreign language magazines (French, German, Italian, Hebrew, Russian, Chinese and more) plus a Web site devoted to the browsing collection and popular reading tools for awards, reviews, literary blogs, and a way to suggest titles for this satellite browsing collection. For more information about the collection and how to check out the materials, refer to http://library.case.edu/ksl/research/subjects/cpl-case-ksl/.

Posted by Brian Gray on February 19, 2007 08:00 AM
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Dear,

Where can I find out if the library will be available for exchange students like me?

Many thanks,

Ilona

Posted by: Ilona at August 17, 2007 03:58 AM

If you are currently registered as a Case Western Reserve University student, you have access to everything that the library offers. Otherwise, anyone has access during traditional business hours to use the majority of the resources.

Posted by: Brian Gray at August 17, 2007 07:45 AM

Thank you very much for the information though, are there any plans for including dutch magazines?

Posted by: Sonja at August 26, 2007 10:52 AM