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    365 Things Launch Event, Oct 16, 6-8pm

    365 Things is the inaugural project of the Object Library, the new installation on the first floor of the Mina Rees Library. Participatory in nature, 365 Things invites all comers to contribute one object, no bigger than their head, to go on public display. Objects are […]

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  • Using HathiTrust for Textual Analysis Workshop

    The Graduate Center Library is pleased to share that the HathiTrust Research Center now provides full access to the all 16.7 million items in the HathiTrust corpus, including items protected by copyright,  for data mining and computational analysis for all HathiTrust partner libraries. Read HathiTrust’s announcement to learn more. To get […]

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    Library Research: Getting (Back) in the Swing of Things

    The semester is zipping by! How is your research going? Whether it’s your first, fifth, or even fifteenth semester at the Graduate Center, you might need a little help getting (back) in the swing of library research: finding the information you need, evaluating the sources you read, […]

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  • Library Closure: Monday, October 8

    The Graduate Center library will be closed on Monday, October 8, for the holiday sometimes celebrated as Columbus Day and more recently, and more palatably, reframed as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. GC afflilates will still be able to access electronic resources from off campus, so you […]

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  • Library Workshops in October

    The librarians at the GC have skills and thrills to share with the graduate community. There will be formal and informal workshops offered in the upcoming month, so don’t miss your chance to fill up your library toolbox. Use the RSVP buttons below the workshop […]

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    Heads Up! Ceiling Work in Library Mon, Oct 1

    There will be some disruption in the library today (Monday, October 1) due to work in the ceiling in the northeast corner of the library (near 35th St. and Madison Ave.). Workers will be using tall ladders to open ceiling tiles, in order to run […]

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  • Mina Rees: Network Visionary

    The Graduate Center Library is named to honor a key figure in CUNY’s history. As we close in on sixty years of graduate education, it’s time to take an appreciative look back at the remarkable woman whose name the library bears. Mina Rees, the Graduate […]

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  • Service Restored: Interlibrary Loan

    EDIT: online interlibrary services have been restored. ORIGINAL: Online interlibrary loan services are currently experiencing intermittent connectivity issues.  The service provider is currently working on them. This means that you may not be able to log in to make new requests, request renewals, or make […]

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  • Exploring NYPL: The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

    As we learned in our previous post, the New York Public Library is the largest public library system in the United States. The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building is perhaps the most iconic branch, flanked by two marble sculptures of lions that have stood guard at […]

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  • Service Restored: Interlibrary Loan

    UPDATE, 1pm: online interlibrary services have been restored.  However, there may continue to be intermittent interruptions, so if you have any issues please don’t hesitate to continue reaching us at ill@gc.cuny.edu. * Original posting: Due to technical issues, online interlibrary loan services have been suspended […]

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