Library Workshop: Introduction to Graduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences

Join us for this introductory workshop to expand your research beyond Google and JSTOR! Get acquainted with Graduate Center library resources, services, and off-campus access. Explore databases Dissertation Abstracts, Web of Science, and others particular to your discipline. Learn what you can do at home with Google Scholar to link to Grad Center full text . . . → Read More: Library Workshop: Introduction to Graduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences

Library Workshop: Introduction to Graduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences

Join us for this introductory workshop to expand your research beyond Google and JSTOR! Get acquainted with Graduate Center library resources, services, and off-campus access. Explore databases Dissertation Abstracts, Web of Science, and others particular to your discipline. Learn what you can do at home with Google Scholar to link to Grad Center full text . . . → Read More: Library Workshop: Introduction to Graduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences

18th Century Reading Room Closing

Effective August 16, 2008, the Eighteenth-Century Reading Room will be closed to the public and the collection will be returned to its owner, Charles Tanenbaum, shortly thereafter. The Eighteenth-Century Reading Room blog (http://18thcenturyreadingroom.wordpress.com/) will remain accessible but there are no plans to update it at this time. Information about the Speaker Series will be posted . . . → Read More: 18th Century Reading Room Closing

Title Requests in CUNY+

A new version of CUNY+ is available as of August 11. One of the major changes is that the request button has been renamed Title Request and appears in orange and white. When more than one CUNY campus holds a needed title, click the title of the book rather than the name of an individual . . . → Read More: Title Requests in CUNY+