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  • Spotlight on: Zine Libraries of NYC

    If you would like to integrate zines into your research, you’re in luck – New York City is home to multiple extensive zine libraries, and collections within larger institutions. Below is a short list of options – be sure to check individual websites for open […]

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  • Interlibrary Loan Requests: Good for What “ILLs” You

    You probably know that the GC Library’s interlibrary loan department can help you access books and other resources that are not held at our library. But to support your information needs, we can do so much more! If you need an item that is currently […]

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  • Meet our new Library Coordinator!

    We are delighted to announce the hiring of Nancy Seda as the new Library Coordinator in the Graduate Center Library. Nancy will assume the role of supervisor for the Circulation and Reserve departments starting Monday, April 26th. Her new responsibilities will include training, evaluating, and […]

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  • If Facebook were run by librarians this would never happen.

    It is as if the Joker and his villainous pals switched on Gotham’s giant search engines to churn results that foil rational thought. Cambridge Analytica heisted political culture with misbegotten Facebook data to differentiate and to direct covert advertisements and made-up news to personal web […]

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  • Library & GC Closed March 21 Due to Predicted Bad Weather

    The Graduate Center and the Graduate Center Library will be closed all day Wednesday March 21. We will remain open the evening of March 20 and re-open Thursday March 22 for regular hours. If you need library help during the closure, use the chat tool […]

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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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  • 1-Women 2-Community 3-Film | March 15th Screening

    There are a few reasons to read this blog post – you choose your adventure. One reason (women) is to continue to commemorate international women’s day by embracing a film that you’ve likely already seen or heard or even have a New York City six-degrees […]

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  • Library Closes March 7th 3 pm Due to Storm

    Due to the severity of the approaching storm, the Graduate Center and the Graduate Center Library will close Wednesday, March 7th, at 3 pm. We will re-open Thursday, March 8, for regular hours. If you need library help during the closure, please use the chat […]

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  • March Workshops at the Graduate Center Library

    March is loaded with workshops at the library. Please join us to get the inside information about using library resources and to learn valuable skills from library faculty. Click a workshop name in the list that follows to go to its full description; then click […]

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  • A Closer Look: Open Educational Resources (OER)

    You may have heard the term – OER, or Open Educational Resources – and wondered what it means. Let’s take a closer look. Open Educational Resources (OER) are defined as “free and openly licensed educational materials that can be used for teaching, learning, research, and […]

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