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    Our Historic Elevator is Fixed! Also: Extended Hours for Finals!

    We are very happy to announce that our historic elevator is now in working order. Many thanks to our library patrons for their patience as it underwent repairs. In other news, the Mina Rees Library will offering extended hours for finals: Saturday, May 11: 10am-10pm […]

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  • Extended Library Hours for Finals

    We are pleased to announce that the Mina Rees Library will offering extended hours for finals: Saturday December 16, 10am-10pm Sunday December 17, 12pm-10pm As always, you can find our Library hours here: https://gc-cuny.libcal.com/hours

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  • Diane Russo

    Welcome, Diane Russo – Adjunct Reference Librarian

    The Graduate Center Library is pleased to introduce Diane Russo, our new Adjunct Reference Librarian. Before coming to the Graduate Center, Diane served as the Director of the Archives at The Riverside Church in the City of New York, where she stewarded archival, library, and […]

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  • Teaching English with Open Resources

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • Teaching General Chemistry with Open Resources

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • Imagining An Open Philosophy: Why Is It Important and What Needs to Be Done?

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • Opening Up Chaucer through OER and Digital Humanities

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • Teaching Data Science with Open Resources

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • What Counts as Knowledge…and Who Is It For?

    This is the latest in our current series of short essays by participants in the Open Knowledge Fellowship coordinated by the Mina Rees Library. Fellows share insight into the process of converting a syllabus to openly-licensed and/or zero-cost resources, as well as their experiences teaching […]

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  • Reflections on the LGBTQIA Consortium Fellowship

    Allison Cabana (she/her) is a Doctoral Candidate in the Critical Social Psychology program at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She has been an adjunct at multiple CUNY campuses teaching Psychology & Health Sciences. Her research interests span an interdisciplinary breadth and include participatory methodology and pedagogy, […]

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