Newly installed equipment in the Media Room will allow you to digitize analog media (lp/cassettes and video/VHS/) to e-files and save them to a portable drive (note that most of the files will be too large for a flash drive).
You can use your own mini headphones with the 1/8” jacks – no headphone checkout . . . → Read More: Digitize Sound in the Media Room
The latest version of Endnote for Windows is now available for free download by Grad Center students, faculty, and staff. Use Endnote to organize your citations, take notes, format footnotes, and generate bibliographies.
Information Technology has placed two book and paper scanners on the east 34th St. side of the library’s 2nd floor. Scanning is free; a Graduate Center computer network login is required. Each Epson GT-2500 scanner has a sheet feeder. Both are connected to PCs with Epson scanning software shortcuts on the desktop. Documents and photos . . . → Read More: New Book and Paper Scanners
A new ScanPro 2000 microform scanner digitizes microfilm, microfiche, and even microcard (opaque) images to PDF format. The new scanner is on the 35th St. side of the library’s 2nd floor. The scanner was funded by the Graduate Center student technology fee.
As of October 13 CUNY subscribes to Education Index Retrospective, which indexes 500 education periodicals from 1929 through 1983. This database may be searched in conjunction with Education Full Text, which includes articles from recent issues of 350 periodicals.
The Graduate Center has a trial of this new database of primary and secondary sources, as well as manuscript locations, for 180 women writers. Includes bibliographies, catalogs, contextual studies, reference works, essay anthologies, special issues of journals, genre studies, handbooks and pedagogical tools, compilations containing texts, and dissertations. Because this bibliographical database is available only . . . → Read More: Bibliography of English Women Writers 1500-1640