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SmallBytes: www.ohioweblibrary.org

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ohioweblibrary.org is the new search interface from OPLIN, that searches across OPLIN databases.

This video covers the features of this simplified search interface.

SmallBytes: What's the Point?

"What's the Point?" is a Website created by the Ohio Public Library Information Network and the Ohio Historical Society.

The site provides a guide for identifying flint artifacts, in addition to historical information about Ohio's ancient peoples.

This short tutorial covers the artifact identification process.

SmallBytes: What's That Snake?

Accurately identifying snakes found in the wild is an important task. "What's that Snake" from the Ohio Public Library Information Network makes snake identification much easier.

It is a great site for students learning about snakes, as well as people who spend time in the outdoors.

SmallBytes: What Tree Is It?

Have you ever found a leaf or fruit and wonder what kind of tree it came from?

The What Tree Is It? Website will help you come up with the answers. It is a useful site for hikers, birders, and students.

This tutorial takes you through the identification process.

SmallBytes: www.ohioweblibrary.org

ohioweblibrary.org is the new search interface from OPLIN, that searches across OPLIN databases.

This video covers the features of this simplified search interface.