PowerScan 2000 Microfilm Scanner temporarily not working

The PowerScan 2000 Microfilm Scanner (on 35th side of the building) temporarily not working. Meanwhile please use the new ViewScan Microfilm scanner. Click here for scanner info.

 

 

We apologize for the inconvenience.

IT services not available on Sunday, July 8, 2012

Please be reminded that Sunday, July 8, 2012 is IT’s second semiannual maintenance window for the year. GC users should anticipate that various IT services will be unavailable from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm while systems are maintained, upgraded and expanded.

 

Thank you,

Information Technology

June 30 Legacy ERes Files Disappear

Current and past Grad Center instructors must archive any legacy course ERes files by June 30th when the server will be retired.

NYPL’s New Scan & Deliver Service

NYPL research libraries have improved the delivery service for books and journals stored offsite at the RECAP facility. NYPL offsite staff will now scan a journal article, a book chapter, or up to 50 cited pages of a book (whichever is shorter) and either deliver it free via email or post it online for you. . . . → Read More: NYPL’s New Scan & Deliver Service

Website and Proxy Outage 6/6/2012 @ 5pm

Due to very important systems’ maintenance, the library website and proxy services will experience a 30 minute outage and will not be available from 5pm-5:30 pm tonight, June 6th, 2012.

The library apologizes for this inconvenience and encourages you to contact us if you need any special assistance during the outage.

Thank you for . . . → Read More: Website and Proxy Outage 6/6/2012 @ 5pm

New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

The library is happy to announce that the new ViewScan Microfilm Scanner (paid for with Student Tech Fee Funds) has been successfully deployed. Although the librarians have yet to be trained on the nuances of usage, the scanner is nevertheless on the floor on the 34th st and 5th avenue side (southwestern side) of the . . . → Read More: New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner

The library is happy to announce that the new ViewScan Microfilm Scanner (paid for with Student Tech Fee Funds) has been successfully deployed. Although the librarians have yet to be trained on the nuances of usage, the scanner is nevertheless on the floor on the 34th st and 5th avenue side (southwestern side) of the . . . → Read More: New ViewScan Microfilm Scanner