Open Access Events Friday Oct. 26 @ GC

Celebrate Open Access Week with a Friday Open Access Info Marathon

Location: Graduate Center, Room 9205

Author’s Rights Workshop, 10 am – 11 amPresenters: Stephen Francoeur (Library, Baruch), Ann Matsuuchi (Library, LaGuardia), and Maura A. Smale (Library, City Tech)

Progress Toward a CUNY Institutional Repository, 11 am – noonPresenters: Jill Cirasella (Library, Brooklyn), Stephen Klein . . . → Read More: Open Access Events Friday Oct. 26 @ GC

Open Access Events Friday Oct. 26 @ GC

Celebrate Open Access Week with a Friday Open Access Info Marathon

Location: Graduate Center, Room 9205

Author’s Rights Workshop, 10 am – 11 amPresenters: Stephen Francoeur (Library, Baruch), Ann Matsuuchi (Library, LaGuardia), and Maura A. Smale (Library, City Tech)

Progress Toward a CUNY Institutional Repository, 11 am – noonPresenters: Jill Cirasella (Library, Brooklyn), Stephen Klein . . . → Read More: Open Access Events Friday Oct. 26 @ GC

How to Make Your Research Open Access

Join us online Tuesday October 23rd at 12.30 p.m. for an Open Access Week webinar sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Office for Scholarly Communication at Harvard University. The webinar, “How to Make Your Research Open Access (Whether You’re at Harvard or Not),” features Peter Suber and Stuart Shieber of . . . → Read More: How to Make Your Research Open Access

Interlibrary Loan Webinar Friday @ 12:30

What: The library is offering a 30 minute webinar!When: Friday, Oct. 19th at 12.30 p.m.Topic: Interlibrary LoanWhere: ONLINE! At your computer, with headphones or speakers.

This webinar will give a basic overview and explain the difference between ILLiad and CLICS, how to register for Interlibrary Loan, and how to find other institutions’ materials.

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EndNote 6 for the Mac is now Available

EndNote 6 for the Mac is now available. To download, click here. The Grad Center’s Student Tech Fee-sponsored subscription to Endnote ends December 31, 2012.

Grad Center’s Archivist

Over the past 11+ years, John Rothman has curated the Graduate Center’s Archive, now measuring about 340 linear feet — presidential papers, organizational documents, and paraphernalia. Arrange an appointment with him to explore any aspect of Graduate Center history. Longer story here.

EndNote 6 for Windows now Available

EndNote 6 for Windows is now available. To download, click here. Endnote 6 for Mac is expected shortly. The Grad Center’s Student Tech Fee-sponsored subscription to Endnote ends December 31, 2012.

Guest and Color Printing

Did you know that the Mina Rees Library has guest and color copying/printing for only $.15 a copy?

The Xerox copier on the first floor allows all users to scan to a USB flash drive for free, or print on BW/Color from a USB flash drive for $.15.

To learn more, click here.

ILLiad unavailable Wednesday morning

Tomorrow, Wednesday October 10, ILLiad will be unavailable from 9AM until upgrades are completed, as we improve our software to bring you better ILL service. You will be able to check out and return books at circulation; however, logging in to place new requests, renew items, check due dates, and access electronic articles will not . . . → Read More: ILLiad unavailable Wednesday morning

JSTOR search interruptions

JSTOR reports that excessive downloads, a violation of the GC-JSTOR license, are originating Graduate Center IP space. When download ceilings are reached, all downloads are temporarily (15 mins) halted. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused GC researchers, and we continue to work with the company to resolve the problem.