Library will be closed from Fri 12/31-Sun1/2

The Library will be closed from 12/31/2010 – Sun1/2/2011 We will reopen on Monday, January 3. A Healthy and Happy New Year to all!

Use Delicious?

Do you use Delicious?

If you do, because of yahoo’s potential pulling the plug on this service, we recommend that you export your bookmarks.

To export your bookmarks:

Login to Delicious. Click on <Settings>. Under Bookmarks, click on <Export / Backup Bookmarks>. Select Options. Click <Export> button. Save file to your desktop. . . . → Read More: Use Delicious?

Library Website unavailable for 30 minutes @ 10am on Dec 17th, 2010

Due to routine maintenance, the library Website unavailable for 30 minutes at 10am on Dec 17th, 2010. The library staff is sorry for any inconvenience that this downtime may cause you. Please contact us at or 212-817-7077 if you need some assistance during this blackout. Thank you.

2nd Floor Printing will not be available intermittently on Jan 4th

Due to routine maintenance the second floor printers in the library will not be available intermittently, for 30 minute periods, on January 4th, 2011.

Open Access Publication Opportunity

In January, SAGE, one of the leading publishers of academic journals, will launch SAGE Open, aimed at being the leading open-access outlet for scholarly research. SAGE Open will publish peer-reviewed, original research and review articles in the behavioral and social sciences and the humanities. This research will be available through such databases as SAGE Premier. . . . → Read More: Open Access Publication Opportunity

Conference Proceedings Citation Index

The Graduate Center has a trial through December 30 to Conference Proceedings Citation Index, indexing conference proceedings in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences from 1990 to the present. The humanities-social sciences component and the sciences component may be searched separately, together, or in conjuction with the arts and humanities, science, and social science citation . . . → Read More: Conference Proceedings Citation Index

NYPL Competition ($15,000 top prize)

Interested in pursuing work outside of Academy? Maybe starting up your own business? NYPL/SIBL is sponsoring a competition in which you can win up to $15,000 to help start your new business! The competition is open to Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island residents – if you live in Queens or Brooklyn, check the web . . . → Read More: NYPL Competition ($15,000 top prize)