MaRLI suspends applications til early September

As of August 20, the New York Public Library suspended applications for NEW MaRLI applications from CUNY grad students and faculty. Current MaRLI pilot program borrowers (using NYPL, NYU, or Columbia library materials) will retain all borrowing privileges at least through September 30, 2012. NYPL will reopen MaRLI applications in September. All three libraries remain . . . → Read More: MaRLI suspends applications til early September

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

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

NYPL MaRLI Project Extended

The MaRLI pilot program has been extended through at least September 2012. All students with MaRLI cards will not have to renew them as long as the pilot runs. CUNY graduate students and faculty may apply with the New York Public Library for borrowing privileges for selected items from NYPL Research libraries, Columbia University, and . . . → Read More: NYPL MaRLI Project Extended

NYPL MaRLI project Extended

The MaRLI pilot program has been extended through at least September 2012. All students with MaRLI cards will not have to renew them as long as the pilot runs. CUNY graduate students and faculty may apply with the New York Public Library for borrowing privileges for selected items from NYPL Research libraries, Columbia University, and . . . → Read More: NYPL MaRLI project Extended

NYPL Changes: CUNY Grad Center Responds 3 pm April 26 rm 9204/5

The CUNY Doctoral Students Council event Thursday April 26, 3 – 5 is moving to room 9204/9205 on the CUNY Graduate Center 9th floor. Please join the DSC and Ann Thornton, the Andrew W. Mellon Director of The New York Public Libraries, to discuss the NYPL’s Central Library Plan.