E-Resouces Update: Artemis Literary Resources (and Introductory Event)

This is the maiden blog post of Electonic Resources and Serials Management Librarian Alycia Sellie. The first of a new series in “E-Resource Updates,” Alycia hopes to keep the GC community informed about new online resources (electronic journals, online databases, e-books and other adventures). 

The Graduate Center Library now has access to a new interface for some of our literature resources: ArtemisArtemis is a new interface which allows one to search Literature Resource CenterMLA International Bibliography and the Gale Virtual Reference Library all at once into one new, re-designed experience.


Additionally, Artemis adds new search features that allow you to visualize your results, like Term Clusters for a particular work or author:


Artemis is already up and running for CUNY, so feel free to dive in and let us know what you think.

If you would still like a little assistance while getting your toes wet, Gale (the vendor for Artemis) is offering two introductory sessions for all CUNY students, faculty and librarians on Tuesday, September 24 at the Graduate Center–one in the morning (from 9:00am-12:30pm) featuring Lehman College professor Timothy Alborn and one in the afternoon (from 1:30-3:30pm). Refreshments and lunch will be provided, and all CUNY researchers are welcome to attend either or both sessions.

Register online or email asellie@gc.cuny.edu for more information about the event on September 24.

About the Author

Alycia Sellie is the Associate Librarian for Collections at the Graduate Center Library.