All of CUNY has a trial through July 31 to Statista. This database aggregates statistical data about over 600 international industries from more than 18,000 sources, including market researchers, trade organizations, scientific journals, and government databases. Statista can be used to find information about U.S. elections, international demographics, child abuse, conventions, exhibitions, and meetings, digital . . . → Read More: Statistical Database Trial
As of June 3, all of CUNY subscribes to two new digital collections. Nineteenth Century Collections Online offers primary sources dealing with East-West diplomacy; British politics and society; British theater, music, and literature; European literature; photography; science, technology, and medicine; and the status of women. Slavery and Anti-Slavery consists of books, pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts, Supreme . . . → Read More: New Digital Collections
The Graduate Center has recently added the following resources.
American History in Video has over 1,600 hours of historical video from commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries.
Filmmakers Library Online includes over 1,000 documentaries about race and gender studies, human rights, globalization and global studies, multiculturalism, international relations, criminal . . . → Read More: New Databases
The Graduate Center’s subscription to Web of Science has been expanded to include the following resources.
BIOSIS Citation Index indexes life sciences and biomedical research covering pre-clinical and experimental research, methods and instrumentation, animal studies, and more. Indexes journals, books, meetings, and patents from 1926 to present.
Book Citation Index: Science and Book Citation Index: . . . → Read More: New Web of Science Databases
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Society, offers over 1,500 residential and business directories, organization records, urban guidebooks, and similar historical documents.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
The Mina Rees Library will hold evening and afternoon webinars & workshops for GC students this Spring.Register here!
March Webinars Social Sciences Research, Wed, Mar 6, 6:00pm Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm Research in Health, Tue, Mar 19, 6:00pm Research in the Sciences, Fri, Mar 29, 12:30pm
Special Off-Site Collaborative March Workshop @ . . . → Read More: Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops
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
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.
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.
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 25 to the Digital National Security Archive, a collection of 94,000 declassified government documents covering such topics as U.S. policy toward Afghanistan 1973-1990, the Berlin crisis 1958-1962, relations between China and the U.S. 1960-1998, the Cuban missile crisis, the Iran-Contra affair, and U.S. policy toward terrorism 1968-2002.
. . . → Read More: Digital National Security Archive Trial