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    Dissertation Dilemma: To Embargo or Not to Embargo?

    Now that the first batch of dissertations is available in Academic Works, the Graduate Center’s new open access institutional repository, students and faculty are once again wondering whether it’s better to make dissertations open access immediately or embargo them (keep them private, unavailable to readers and […]

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    OneSearch: New Cross-Database Search Tool

    The future is here! The library is delighted to debut a powerful new search tool called OneSearch (still in beta, meaning we’re still customizing it and chasing some bugs). When you use OneSearch, you search simultaneously across most of the library’s databases, including the library catalog, JSTOR, Academic […]

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    First Batch of Dissertations & Theses Now in Academic Works

    Our first batch of goodies is ready! All dissertations and theses from 2014 (thus far) are now in Academic Works, the Graduate Center’s new open access institutional repository. Some of them are open access (i.e., freely available) now, and the others will become open access at the end of the […]

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    Library Workshops in September

    The Graduate Center Library offers both beginner and advanced research workshops throughout the academic year, as well as introductory overviews of library collections and services. September classes are listed below, and the full schedule is available on our events calendar. All workshops are free, but we […]

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    Scan & Deliver GC Library Material

    The library’s pilot program (May 15-August 15, 2014) – wherein we will “scan and deliver” print information that we own here and send you an electronic link to it so that you can access it – is being extended for the Fall semester! Just make […]

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    Archival Research Conference, Sept 5th

    Join us for the 1st Graduate Center Archival Research Conference Friday, Sept 5, 2014. GC students will present and discuss their archival research conducted over the past two years, funded by the GC Provost’s Office. The conference will feature three sessions of student panels moderated by GC faculty, plus a […]

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    Now Hiring: College Assistant, Interlibrary Loan

    The Graduate Center’s Mina Rees Library seeks a College Assistant to work in Interlibrary Loan.  The department provides a core service at the Library, providing access to a wide variety of materials for Graduate Center faculty, staff and students.  College Assistants play an essential role […]

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    A Stacked Library Welcome!

    For some this is a welcome back; for others, it is an introduction to the Graduate Center Library. Welcome to the section of the Graduate Center building that may easily become your campus-home-space: Your Library – Stacked here with Where We Are, What You’ll Find, and When […]

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    July and August E-Resources Summary

    This post is the latest in a series designed to keep the Graduate Center community updated about electronic resources available through the Graduate Center Library. A Deceiving Label *Update!* As of August 30, this issue has been resolved! You should now only see results that read “SpringerLink […]

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    Now Hiring: Adjunct Reference Librarian

    The Graduate Center Library seeks an Adjunct Reference Librarian to work 12 hours/week in the Fall 2014 semester. Hours will be 4-8 p.m. three days per week (a subset of Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs), with some flexibility. The position will continue through January 27, 2015 […]

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