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    NYPL’s New Shared Collection Catalog

    The New York Public Library’s new shared collection catalog is live with a new user-friendly interface. Use it to explore NYPL’s collection as well as the holdings shared by NYPL, Columbia, and Princeton in the ReCAP storage facility. Requests for items in the shared catalog […]

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  • 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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  • A Stacked Library Welcome!

    For some this is a welcome back; for others, it is an introduction to the Graduate Center Library. Welcome to the section of the Graduate Center building that may easily become your campus-home-space: Your Library – Stacked here with Where We Are, What You’ll Find, and When […]

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    NYPL Labs & Copyright @ GC

    Ben Vershbow of NYPL Labs and Greg Cram, NYPL Associate Director of Copyright and Information Policy, joined us at the GC May 8 for the annual Friends of the Library event. Follow the Storify recap or watch online, From Map Sheets to Minecraft: Understanding the Lifecycle […]

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  • Learn New Technology Skills with NYPL’s Lynda.com

    Wish you’d made it to more of the workshops offered this semester around the Graduate Center (SPSS, WordPress, Photoshop, etc.)? Wish there’d been workshops on additional topics — e.g., R, CSS, Excel, Illustrator? Want to learn new software, programming, or tech skills over the summer? […]

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  • Cuomo: Restore $2M NYPL – CUNY Library Funding

    Governor Cuomo’s 2014-2015 budget proposal cuts $4M library funding for New York State, a 4.7% cut from last year’s enacted budget. Cuts to NYPL-CUNY Library Funding directly impact CUNY graduate students and faculty. State funding for NYPL on behalf of CUNY has declined 17% since 2007, even while CUNY […]

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  • November Workshops: Citation Managers, Data Management, Research Metrics and more

    Learn about new tools for research, data management, and organization at these upcoming library workshops.   Reference Management Tools: Organize References and Generate Bibliographies and Citations The library is offering hands-on training of the citation managers Zotero and RefWorks Nov. 11-13. Both Zotero and RefWorks provide an easy solution […]

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  • NYPL at the Graduate Center

    Meet the Curators: An Introduction to NYPL’s Research Collections & Services took place on Sept. 16, 2013. Librarians and curators from New York Public Library’s research libraries (Stephen A. Schwarzman Building Humanities and Social Sciences Library , Library for the Performing Arts, and the Schomburg […]

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    Save the NYPL?

      The NYPL Central Library Plan (CLP) proposes an extensive renovation and improved support for NYPL’s scholarly users and lay readers, including all variety of CUNY affiliates. The plan’s expanded study spaces, extended library hours, increased materials and personnel budgets all reflect NYPL’s intention to intensify […]

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  • NYPL < — > CUNY GC Library

    The development of a permanent rapprochement between the Graduate School and the New York Public Library — with a long-range commitment of public funds under an agreement that would permit the university’s cooperation in the development of those NYPL policies that affect its research collections […]

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