New World Cinema Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through November 2 to New World Cinema, a collection of 200 full-length feature films released since 1990, as well as 50 award-winning short films. Includes such films as Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher, Tran Ahn Hung’s The Scent of Green Papaya, Claude Chabrol’s Merci Pour le Chocolat, and Wong . . . → Read More: New World Cinema Trial

New Databases

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

Arte Publico Hispanic Historical Collection Trial

All of CUNY has a trial through May 30 to Arte Publico Hispanic Historical Collection, a digital collection of historical content pertaining to U.S. Hispanic history, literature, political commentary, and culture.

Endnote workshops at Hunter College, April 20

There will be two workshops this Friday, April 20 on the bibliographic manager EndNote. Both workshops will be held in room E114 at the Wexler Library.

Please follow this link for details and to RSVP: http://library.hunter.cuny.edu/blog/events/endnote-workshops-friday-april-20/

If you have questions about these workshops please contact Brian Lym, blym@hunter.cuny.edu

4/17 Beginner and Advanced Endnote Workshops

An Endnote trainer will provide Beginner and Advanced level Endnote training classes on Tuesday, April 17. If interested, please RSVP to Amy Ballmer, aballmer@gc.cuny.edu .

Both training sessions will take place in room C196.05 located on the concourse level of the library.

10-11:30 EndNote for Beginner’s: Learn the essentials

Create your own library. Import PDFs . . . → Read More: 4/17 Beginner and Advanced Endnote Workshops

Endnote Training April 17

An Endnote trainer will provide Beginner and Advanced level Endnote training classes on Tuesday, April 17. If interested, please RSVP to Amy Ballmer, aballmer@gc.cuny.edu by Friday, April 13.

Both training sessions will take place in room C196.05 located on the concourse level of the library.

 

 

10-11:30 EndNote for Beginner’s: Learn the essentials

Create . . . → Read More: Endnote Training April 17

Closed Monday Feb 20

The Graduate Center building and the Library is closed for the President’s Day holiday Mondays, February 20. The library is open regular hours the Saturdays and Sundays prior. See library hours for more info.

Grants & Funding Databases

The Mina Rees Library provides access to three important online funding resources. See the Grants & Funding Guide for access to the Grad Center’s Foundation Directory Online and the CUNY-wide COS Funding Opportunities. See a reference librarian to logon in the library only to Foundation Grants to Individuals online, a subset of the Foundation Directory . . . → Read More: Grants & Funding Databases

Downloading E-books to E-Readers

Two of the vendors from whom the Graduate Center licenses electronic books have made downloading to mobile devices possible. Downloading books from the EBSCO eBook Collection requires creating a free My EBSCOhost account. (Click the Sign In button at the top of the search screen.) See EBSCO’s list of available devices and additional instructions.

Electronic . . . → Read More: Downloading E-books to E-Readers

New Databases

All of CUNY has access to a few new databases. Computers and Applied Sciences Complete indexes 2,200 scholarly and professional journals, with text for more than 1,000 titles. Applied Science Full Text indexes 350 international and English-language periodicals in mathematics, physics, computer technology, and engineering from October 1983 to the present, with text from 220 . . . → Read More: New Databases