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    Move It or Lose It: Transferring Email

    As announced by IT, student email addresses are moving from @gc.cuny.edu to @gradcenter.cuny.edu. Once the migration is complete on June 1, 2015, your old account will be deleted and all the email messages and contacts in the account will be deleted along with it. What […]

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    Finding Journals

    The most commonly asked question of Graduate Center librarians concerns the availability of journals.  Finding answers to such questions should begin by using the Journals tab on the library site. Here Graduate Center patrons can find information about 2,131 print, microfilm, and microfiche serials and […]

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    Library Workshops in March

    Data for Social Research Workshop Series Room C196.02 The Graduate Center Library offers a series of workshops on data mapping and GIS sources, taught by librarian Margaret Smith. All workshops take place on Wednesday evenings at the Graduate Center Library in room C196.02 (concourse level). […]

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    GC Library Offers New Way to Learn Technology: Lynda.com

    Want to become a more expert user of WordPress, Excel, or Photoshop? Need to learn SPSS, CSS, or ArcGIS? Can’t make the in-person workshops offered by the Library, the Digital Fellows, and others? Then we have just the training tool for you! The Graduate Center Library […]

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    Will the change in my GC email address affect my access to library databases?

    The short answer is, no. Although both currently enrolled Graduate Center students and active graduates will be trading their old @gc.cuny.edu addresses for the new @gradcenter.cuny.edu, this change will not affect your ability to log into Graduate Center subscribed databases. (For faculty and staff at […]

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    February 2015 Grad Center Grads

    The Graduate Center’s winter 2015 deposit period ended Monday, February 2, with 115 PhD and 18 master’s students depositing with the library Dissertation Assistant, Judy Waldman. On January 22, Judy called for this photographer when she spotted Mary Frances Zawadzki’s particularly spectacular t-shirt worn to mark the […]

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    January and February 2015 E-Resources Summary

    This post is the latest in a series designed to keep the Graduate Center community updated about our collections; focused primarily on electronic resources available through the Graduate Center Library. New Databases (These and all other databases can be found on our A-Z list) Education Week A […]

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    GC Student Email Change: How to Keep Getting Your Library Circulation and ILL Notifications

    Student email addresses are changing! They will now end in @gradcenter.cuny.edu rather than @gc.cuny.edu. (Read more about the change.) As of February 17, all student email will automatically be redirected from @gc.cuny.edu accounts to @gradcenter.cuny.edu accounts.  If you have configured your @gc.cuny.edu email to be […]

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    New Library Service: Equipment Loans

    The Graduate Center Library has taken over the equipment loan service previously provided by the IT Help Desk. We now lend these items at the Circulation Desk (first floor): 6 MacBook Pros 2 HP netbooks 10 TASCAM audio recorders 4 Logitech webcams 4 Logitech wireless presenters (i.e., […]

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    **EVENT CANCELED ** Reflections on Mapping the (Queer) Personal Past

    The  Graduate Center Library and the Futures Initiative regret that this event has been canceled. We hope to reschedule very soon and will post details on futuresinitiative.org once they are confirmed. On May 23rd 2008, a call for participants arrived in my inbox. It read: REQUEST […]

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