The magnificent spaces of the Bronx Community College’s newly opened library are featured in the Sept 2 New York Times. CUNY students and faculty may visit and borrow from any CUNY library.
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The New York Times began charging for online access to its current issue on March 28. Non-subscribers have access to twenty articles per month before being asked to pay. All of CUNY has access to the current content of the New York Times through LexisNexis, but this database does not have a browse function. To . . . → Read More: Access to New York Times
The New York Public Library announced the launch of a new online catalog, which for the first time combines the circulating, reference and research holdings of the Research Libraries (formerly found in CATNYP) and The Branch Libraries (formerly found in LEO). Launched July 6, 2009, the catalog features new search and discovery tools, easy access . . . → Read More: NYPL Launches a New Online Catalog
The Mina Rees Library’s “Digital Murray Hill” web site has been included in a new online digital collections directory, digitalMETRO. Developed by The Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), the directory features descriptive records and links to digital collections created and maintained by METRO member libraries.
The directory currently features records for over 150 collections . . . → Read More: Digital Murray Hill included in New Web Directory
All of CUNY subscribes to Infoshare, a demographic database created at Queens College and providing New York City data from city, state, and federal sources, as well as some national statistics. Planning to improve this resource, its developers have made a brief online survey available. They are especially interested in hearing from those seeking health-related . . . → Read More: Infoshare Online User Survey