Welcome to the John L. and Christine Warner Library
Located in the John L. and Christine Warner Library and Student Center on the Newark campus, the library serves the students, faculty and staff of Ohio State University at Newark as well as the students, faculty and staff of Central Ohio Technical College.
As such, it delivers the full gamut of library resources and services including but not limited to reference service, library instruction, collaboration areas, interlibrary loan, reserves, laptop computers, and database access.
The Library houses about: 45,000 print volumes, 270 serial subscriptions, 1800 videos and DVDs, and 1,200 maps.
As part of the Ohio State University library system and the OhioLINK consortium, the Library provides access to millions of books and other library materials, more than 100 research databases, millions of electronic journal articles, thousands of e-books, images, video and sounds, as well as thousands of theses and dissertations from Ohio students.
John L. & Christine Warner Library Staff
Katie Blocksidge, Library Director
Office: Warner Center 171
John D. Crissinger, Reference and Special Collections Librarian
Brittni Dixon, Evening Circulation Supervisor; Copy Cataloger
Tauni Graham, Circulation Supervisor, Reserves, & Interlibrary Loan
Dai Newman, Reference and Instruction Librarian
Office: Warner Center 169
Janell Verdream, Instruction Librarian
Office: Warner Center 169
Library Fax 740-366-9264
Warner Library PoliciesLaptop Checkout
Laptops can be checked out from the Library for 4 hours with a fine of $10 for every hour that it is overdue. Also available for use with the laptops are a/c wall chargers, mice, and headphones. All of which are checked out for 4 hours and have a $10 per hour fine for every hour they are overdue.
Students must use their Campus ID/BuckID to use the pay-to-print printer available in the library. Students can also print in the Founders 174/180 computer lab, and the Reese 206 computer lab.
Newark Campus Library follows the policies of The Ohio State University Library. If you have any questions, please contact Tauni Graham 740-364-9501
The vision of the Newark Campus Public Safety Department is to provide a safe and secure campus that demonstrates openness, trust, honesty and integrity and respects differences in ideas, cultures, and lifestyles.
Computing resources are intended for university-related purposes, including direct and indirect support of the university's instruction, research, and service missions; of university administrative functions; of student and campus life activities; and of the free exchange of ideas among members of the university community and between the university community and the wider local, national, and world communities.
The Student Handbook was developed to help students understand the organization of the Newark campus and to aid them in making the best possible decisions based on complete and accurate information.
OhioLink is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of its users.