Diamond Oaks Cybrary

Diamond Oaks Cybrary

The Cybrary's mission is to ensure personal, academic and professional success by teaching students and staff how to find, evaluate and ethically use a variety of media and information resources as 21st century life-long learners...


General Information Hours:

8:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday.

A current Diamond Oaks ID is required to check out materials or use the Maker Equipment.

Cybrary Catalog Link:


Use the dropdown menu to select your campus cybrary.

ISearch is a research tool that allows users to search our cybrary collection and multiple INFOhio collections at one time!

These results do not include our eBook Libraries.

To access eBooks, digital audiobooks, and streaming video use the Ohio Digital Library or Destiny Discover.

Traditional Print Books:

Students may have up to five resources checked out at one time.  The borrowing period is 3 weeks.  Materials may be renewed.

If three resources are already checked out and an item is overdue, no more materials may be checked out until one item is returned and/or the overdue material is returned.

When materials are overdue you will automatically receive an email notice.


Maker Equipment:

The Cybrary has a 3D printer, poster printer, t-shirt press, Boss laser, laminator and book binder for staff and student use.

Please sign up with Mrs. McKinney to use any of this equipment.


Additional Links:


User Name: 14 digit number on your Diamond Oaks ID badge (begins with 21078)

Password:   OAKS

Follett Shelf resources can be downloaded on your laptops through your internet browser.

Follett Shelf supports some Kindle Fire and Nook HD devices. There are apps available for some tablets and smartphones.

eBooks are automatically returned after 3 weeks.

User Name: 14 digit number on your Diamond Oaks ID badge (begins with 21078)

Password: OAKS

Check the website for compatible download devices.

The lending period may vary from title to title.

INFOhio Electronic Resources

Click here to access a vast array of electronic resources provided to us by the Ohio Department of Education.  You will find many research databases with access to all kinds of magazine, journal, and newspaper articles.  In addition, you can create your own timelines, utilize several encyclopedias, research your family history with Ancestry.com, and more...

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