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    DSC-Sponsored Massages, 12/12 & 12/13

    The Doctoral Students’ Council will once again be making the end-of-semester crunch a little easier for Graduate Center students! On Tuesday, December 12 and Wednesday, December 13, the DSC will bring a massage therapist to the library from 11am to 5pm. The massages will take […]

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  • New Database: American Antiquarian Society (AAS) Historical Periodicals

    The Graduate Center Library now offers access to the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) Historical Periodicals Collection. This collection is made up of five databases that contain over 6,500 digitized publications from 1691-1877. Documenting the Colonial Era through the Civil War and Reconstruction via print culture from […]

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  • Chromebooks at the GC Library

    Some may have noticed an uptick in laptop use at the GC library. This may be a result of the update to student printing from laptops, which allows for a  third-party vendor to receive files and transfer them to GC servers for printing. Although this new […]

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  • Library Closed November 23 & 24

    In observance of Thanksgiving, the Graduate Center Library will be closed Thursday, November 23rd & Friday, November 24th. If you need library help on those days, please use the chat tool on the library website. Chat is available 24/7, and you’ll always reach an academic librarian — […]

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  • Saving Your Interlibrary Loan Requests: ILL and Library User Privacy

    We are now “delinking” interlibrary loan requests from library user names twice a year. (In January and in the summer.) This means that we will be separating information about request titles from information about who requested them and your ILL account will only include your […]

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  • Digital Forensics: A GC Student’s Success Story with the help of the GC Library

    Kelsey Chatlosh: As the variety of digital technologies continue to expand and advance, more and more digital objects become obsolete when using contemporary hardware or software.  For researchers, this may arise as a roadblock to accessing data saved in an older digital form, such as floppy […]

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  • Come to the PUG (Python Users’ Group)

    As part of my work as Digital Scholarship Librarian, I often pop in on the Python Users’ Group (PUG), started by the GC Digital Initiatives and frequented by members of the GC Digital Fellows. It’s one of my favorite recurring events at the GC, because […]

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  • Upcoming Fall Workshops at the Graduate Center Library

    We invite you to join us at the library for our upcoming workshops and events. Click the links below to RSVP. Digital Scholarship and the Public Good Friday, October 27th, 10:00am- 12:00pm Room C205 The Graduate Center What is the role of scholar-activists in times […]

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    Toasting Parthenon Casts & Finding Alternative Study Space

    On Tuesday, October 24, the Graduate Center will be marking the recent installation of the casts of the Parthenon frieze with an all-day symposium, Casting the Curriculum: The Parthenon Marbles, Plaster Casts, and Public Sculpture. The symposium will be followed by a celebration in the library […]

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    Open Access Week Event: Digital Scholarship and the Public Good

    What is the role of scholar-activists in times of political and social upheaval? How have digital technologies transformed scholarship and changed our conceptions of authority and audience? How does scholarship respond to challenges that communities confront? Join CUNY librarians and faculty for a talk by […]

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