The Graduate Center has electronic access to 275 reference books published by Routledge:
Routledge Education Online include such titles as Handbook of Education Politics and Policy, Handbook of Research in the Social Foundations of Education, and The Routledge Companion to Dyslexia.
Routledge History Online includes Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Historical Dictionary of the Elizabethan . . . → Read More: Routledge Reference Collection
The Graduate Center has a trial through May 31 to Gateway to North America: People, Places,and Organizations of 19th Century New York. This resource, drawn from the collections of the New York Historical Society, offers over 1,500 residential and business directories, organization records, urban guidebooks, and similar historical documents. There are also trials through May . . . → Read More: New Database Trials
Join the Mina Rees Library this week with Spring Break workshops:
Tuesday, March 26th, 6pm Research in Health WebinarTo join the webinar, click this link and ‘Enter as Guest’ This 30 minute webinar will provide an overview of several resources that will help students find information from books, journals, and dissertations. Registration is suggested but not required. Wednesday, March 27, . . . → Read More: Spring Break Workshops
The Research in Social Sciences webinar supplies a brief overview on researching databases in the areas of Social Science.
Running Time: 29:07 View the Webinar here.
Webinar feedback is welcome.
Also, for more instruction on subject-specific resources, RSVP for additional upcoming webinars in Humanities, Health, and the Sciences.
Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm . . . → Read More: Social Sciences Research Video
The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 42nd St. and 5th Ave. is an historical research library to which Graduate Center scholars have full and complete access. Books and specialized periodicals in the Library’s general collection support research in both American and European history, anthropology, political science, and other research interests in . . . → Read More: Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27
The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 42nd St. and 5th Ave. is an historical research library to which Graduate Center scholars have full and complete access. Books and specialized periodicals in the Library’s general collection support research in both American and European history, anthropology, political science, and other research interests in . . . → Read More: Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27 & 3/27
Academic Search Complete, CUNY’s largest multi-disciplinary database, recently added 596 new journals in medicine, the sciences, and the social sciences. Newly available are recent issues of such titles as Annual Review & Research in Biology, Behavior Analysis in Practice, Chinese Sociological Review, Continental Journal of Biomedical Sciences, Education & Treatment of Children, Educational & Child . . . → Read More: New Journals in Academic Search Complete
The Education Resources Information Center has restricted the availability of most ERIC documents because of privacy concerns. Many of these documents are expected to become available later this year. EBSCO has lost rights to the text of many of the journals in Education Resource Complete, although the Mina Rees Library’s journals links still indicate these . . . → Read More: Access to Education Resources
CUNY’s JSTOR subscription now includes the JSTOR Arts & Sciences X collection, bringing the number of journal titles to 1,840. JSTOR X includes such journals as Berkeley Journal of Sociology, Environment and History, Historical Social Research, Information Systems Research, International Journal of Sociology of the Family, Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, Michigan Sociological . . . → Read More: New JSTOR Content
As of July 2 the Graduate Center has access to several new electronic resources. The 17th-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers represents the largest and most comprehensive collection of early English news media, charting the development of newspapers, the free press, and the concept of news and totaling almost one-million pages and approximately 1,270 titles. National . . . → Read More: New Databases