circulation Archive

  • Long Tails and Low Humidity: ReCAP Research Collections and Preservation Consortium

    Research libraries embrace two primary missions: to preserve the world’s intellectual culture, and to distribute it as widely as possible. ReCAP, the state-of-the-art book storage facility in Princeton, is central to both these missions. ReCAP began in 1999 as a collaboration among Columbia University Libraries, Princeton University, and New York […]

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  • Davonne White Joins the GC Library

    The Graduate Center Library is pleased to announce that Davonne White has joined the staff of the circulation unit as a CUNY Office Assistant. Davonne comes to us from the Graduate Center’s Information Technology department, where she worked for five and a half years under […]

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  • CLICS Books

    The Case for Longer CUNY Library Book Loans

    CUNY’s library book loan lengths for grad students are shorter than those offered by any university, anywhere: 3 weeks for Master’s level students, coded “GRAD” in the CUNY+ catalog; 6 weeks for “DOC” students in PhD programs; and 6 weeks for CUNY faculty borrowing from outside […]

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  • Nancy Seda unpacks CLICS intra-CUNY library deliveries to the Grad Center Library

    The Grad Center: CUNY’s Hub

    What’s the relationship between CUNY and the CUNY Graduate Center? Under the leadership of Prof. Mina Rees the CUNY Graduate School and University Center was established in 1969, drawing on CUNY doctoral faculty with home appointments at other CUNY campuses. Today the CUNY Graduate Center hosts about 150 distinguished core-appointed […]

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