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Displays in the University Library seek to further the University's educational and cultural mission by sharing resources and information that enlighten and promote discussion and engagement. As such, the displays will highlight:
Display cases are available to any University department or recognized student organization, as well as to non-affiliated organizations that reflect the educational or cultural interests of the University. University Libraries reserves the right to accept and/or refuse any display, guided by University policy and the American Library Association's Library Bill of Rights.
University Library’s display monitors can be used to publicize Kent State-sponsored services, activities and events. There are a total of five monitors throughout the building. They are located: on the first floor in the atrium, main lobby and near the elevators; on the third floor near the library dean’s office; and on the fourth floor near the stairwell. Student organizations requesting advertising on the library’s monitors must include their faculty or staff advisor on all correspondence.
Library Monitor Ad Specs:
To request advertising space on University Library’s monitor displays, please send a jpg of your ad to Matthew Merten (firstname.lastname@example.org), along with the dates you would like the ad to run.
Approval to include requested advertisements is at the discretion of University Libraries’ Communications Department.
Representatives of student organizations that are registered with the Center for Student Involvement and University departments are permitted to represent initiatives, opportunities and products at tables within and in front of University Library with permission from University Libraries’ Communications Department or building curators. Groups and individuals not affiliated with the university are not permitted to table in the library.
Reservation requests must be made at least one week in advance of the proposed table date through University Libraries’ Communications Department by emailing ULCO@kent.edu.