Archive for October, 2013

  • JSTOR: Not the Only Game in Town

    Just about everyone has heard of JSTOR. Even new students hear about how wonderful JSTOR is from faculty and anyone who has used it. But what is JSTOR, and how does it compare to the other library online resources? The answers may surprise you. Basically, […]

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  • Welcome to Silvia Cho, ILL Supervisor

    The GC Library welcomes Silvia (Jooah) Cho, who is joining us as our Interlibrary Loan Supervisor. As of October 21, Silvia will oversee the daily operations of the Interlibrary Loan office, under the direction of Professor Beth Posner, Head of Library Resource Sharing. She will […]

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  • New GC Library Logo

    You may have noticed that the Graduate Center Library is sporting a spiffy new logo. It was created for us by Mark Abrams, the graphic designer behind the extraordinarily clever and communicative JustPublics@365 logo. The library’s new logo was carefully designed to blend with the […]

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  • Open Access to Scholarly Literature: Which Side Are You On?

    You are invited to the first event in the Information Interventions @ CUNY series! Open Access to Scholarly Literature: Which Side Are You On? Friday, October 25, 2013 10am – noon The Graduate Center Rooms C201/C202 (Concourse Level) Refreshments will be served Open access (OA) to scholarly […]

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  • Government Shutdown and Libraries

    Over the week, a number of articles have circulated about the government shutdown and its effects and impacts on libraries across the nation.  Librarians look to the alerts posted by the Library of Congress (LOC), whose most recent post announced its closure. As libraries wait for […]

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