E-Resources Archive

  • Explore Survey Data with New Database: Roper Center Archives

    The Roper Center Archives consist of over 23,000 datasets from public opinion surveys dating back to the 1930’s. Around 60% of these were conducted in the U.S., and they cover variety of topics including elections and politics, social issues, finances and the economy, education, health, international affairs, social movements and […]

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    CUNY Libraries Offer Free Access to The Wall Street Journal

    We are happy to announce that CUNY now offers a free membership to The Wall Street Journal via a CUNY-wide academic pass. Much like the New York Times Academic Pass, anyone with a valid CUNY email address can register to have free access to www.wsj.com and […]

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  • HathiTrust Digital Library @ the GC

    Six million volumes from the HathiTrust Digital Library are now available for PDF download by Graduate Center affiliates. Downloadable titles include books and journals published in the US before 1923, works published outside the US before 1878, US federal government documents, and Creative Commons licensed open works. […]

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  • LexisNexis Makeover: Meet Nexis Uni

    The news, business and legal database we know and love has recently undergone a major face lift.  What was formerly called “LexisNexis Academic” is now Nexis Uni—with a new, and hopefully more intuitive, interface. Click on images for a larger view. The new look and […]

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  • Spotlight on Grants & Funding

    We’ve entered the New Year, but before starting the spring semester, consider taking a moment to search for grants and other sponsored research opportunities. The Graduate Center Library provides access to several grants and funding databases. 1) Pivot bills itself as a tool providing “access […]

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  • Database Highlight: SAGE Research Methods

    In this post we highlight SAGE Research Methods (SRM), a powerful tool that can help you: Plan and conduct qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods research, Analyze your findings, and Write up your results. SRM is content-rich and easy to navigate.  It covers all the methods […]

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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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  • Resource Highlight: Chicago Manual of Style Online

    In this post we feature The Chicago Manual of Style Online (CMOS), the handy e-version of the 16th and 17th editions of the esteemed style manual that was first published in 1906. The online edition of the CMOS will be familiar to anyone who has […]

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  • Technical Difficulties: Slow Journal Search

    The Journal Search tool on the GC Library website is experiencing temporary performance issues, which can lead to long wait times on your journal search results. If you are getting timed out or waiting too long, please try this alternative while we wait for our […]

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  • Psychotherapy.net in Kanopy

    Spotlight on: Psychotherapy.net videos

    If your interest is psychology, check out the excellent video resources from Psychotherapy.net in the video database Kanopy (Learn more about Kanopy here). There are 243 videos in the collection, addressing topics like “Experimental Therapy,” “Harnessing the Power of Genograms,” and “The Legacy of Unresolved […]

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