Add Articles to ERes

Why wait for library staff to scan your articles? Instructors can add files to ERes course reserve pages without delay. See the ERes Instructor Guide for direction.

Art and Film Images

As of October 14 CUNY subscribes to Art Museum Image Gallery, including 155,000 images from museums around the world, and Cinema Image Gallery, including 200,000 photographs and posters from the Kobal Collection. These resources may be searched together with Art Full Text.

SciFinder Scholar Enhancements

From CAS: Starting 9/14/09, enhancements include new search, analytical, and collaboration tools to help synthetic chemists and other scientists streamline their research process.

Some of the new features include:

• Get similar reactions • Limit reaction searches by select solvents • Sort reaction answer sets (e.g., by number of steps, percentage yield, publication year, or . . . → Read More: SciFinder Scholar Enhancements

Multi-Database Search

The electronic resources to which all of CUNY subscribes, as well as the CUNY+ Online Catalog, may now be searched with one tool, the Multi-Database Search. Use this tool to search Academic Search Premier, JSTOR, LexisNexis, Project Muse, and all other CUNY-wide resources.

Multi-Database Search does not include ARTstor, Digital Dissertations, Humanities International Complete, RILM, . . . → Read More: Multi-Database Search

Springer eBook Collection Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through October 30 to the text of 19,000 Springer books published from 2005 to the present, as well as book series dating back to 1997. The titles cover biomedical and life sciences, computer science, medicine, physics, and related fields.

Social Scientists: New ICPSR web site!

ICPSR has launched a redesigned Web site featuring a number of substantive improvements, including: new download page; revised navigation; notification via RSS; expanded variables database; blogger integration; new visual design; new content (extensive info on digital curation)

See more detailed information on the ICPSR web site.