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December 1, 2014

Celebrate 130 Years of Government Documents

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Please join the CCNY Library in celebrating 130 years of Government Documents at City College on Thursday December 4th from noon to two. The celebration will include refreshments, games and government documents, in Archives on the fifth floor of the Cohen library.

November 19, 2014

Going Global: Faculty Residency

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Going Global: Séamus Scanlon Faculty Residency

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Center for Worker Education Associate Professor and Librarian Séamus Scanlon has won a residency fellowship at southern France’s La Muse. Scanlon–a 2007 CCNY MFA alumnus, author and playwright–is working on his first novel while at La Muse this month.

 

November 18, 2014

Philosophy Day at CCNY

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Mark your calendars! Philosophy Day at City College is this Thursday, November 20th, 2014. 

City College will be celebrating UNESCO’s World Philosophy Day in three parts:

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At CCNY, World Philosophy Day is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and organized by Massimo Pigliucci, the Department’s K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy. If you’d like more information about World Philosophy Day at CCNY, please contact Prof. Pigliucci.

Find out more about Philosophy Day at CCNY by visiting http://philosophydayatccny.org

Exhibit Location: Cohen Library 2nd Floor

November 13, 2014

When Humanity Fails

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NEW EXHIBIT: When Humanity Fails

November 6th – December 3rd

FOR EXHIBIT DETAILS: DOWNLOAD PDF

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October 16, 2014

Information resources on Ebola virus disease

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CDC Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease)

http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa, Signs and Symptoms, Transmission, Risk of Exposure, Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, Healthcare Workers, and many more.

  • Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources
    http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/ebola_2014.html
    This resource comes from the Disaster Medicine and Research Center, includes    Organizations,    Free Resources from Publishers for Medical Responders,   Biomedical Journal Literature and Reports,    Ebolavirus Information Sources, Situation Reports, Maps,   Health Resources for the Public, and  Multi-Language Resources
  • Information Resources for the 2014 Ebola Outbreak
    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/news/ebola_resources_2014.html 

    Several resources at the National Library of Medicine (NLM) are available to those who need access to health information related to the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

 

September 18, 2014

Primary Sources

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July 28, 2014

Librarian, Prof. Daisy Domínguez :: Engaged Scholarship at the Colin Powell School: Service Learning

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Librarian, Prof. Daisy Domínguez ::

Engaged Scholarship at the Colin Powell School: Service Learning

See our librarian, Prof. Daisy Domínguez, explain her service-learning teaching experience, an example of interdisciplinary learning across history, information literacy and political science. The course “Animal Welfare in Historical Perspective, which emphasized critical, reflective thinking and civic responsibility was made possible through a Colin Powell School service-learning fellowship and support from the President’s Office.

View Video Here

 

 

July 21, 2014

Podcast from CCNY Music Librarian, Michael Crowley

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CCNY Music Librarian, Michael Crowley, recently recorded a podcast for Mel Bay Publications, a publisher specializing in instructional music books.  In this short interview, Crowley explains how learning to read music can help dramatically enhance a guitarist’s technique and overall musicianship.  There are also clips featuring selections from his book “Music of Bela Bartok: Easy Arrangements for Guitar Duo” as well as a live performance of Crowley on electric bass. Check out the podcast at: http://blog.melbay.com/michael-crowley-podcast/

July 8, 2014

Aleph 21 Upgrade: Thursday 7/10/14 4PM to Saturday 7/12/14 9AM

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Upgrade to Library System

Subject: Aleph 21 Upgrade Maintenance from Thursday 7/10/14 4PM to Saturday 7/12/14 9AM.

On July 10th Thursday at 4:00 PM Aleph 18 will be brought down as we begin the upgrade of the Aleph 21 PROD environment. The Aleph 18 environment is expected to be back up in read-only mode on Saturday July 12th, around 9:00am

We apologize for the inconvenience. Please alert your user community about this upgrade.

Here are some alternative sites for look-only access:

https://libsearch-stage.cuny.edu/F

http://lmsapp-test.cuny.edu:8991/F

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CUNY is undergoing an upgrade in its library system to Aleph version 21. The new version provides multiple enhancements: it will be easier for users and library staff to search for resources in the Library Catalog; item availability will be updated more quickly, allowing users to find out if a book or resource is available; and it will provide a secure and better integrated authentication process for logging in with patron accounts. Installation of the application has already occurred; testing and data conversion is now under way. The cutover to the version will take place this summer. The upgrade to Aleph will set the stage for CIS to work with Library staff to plan and complete work needed before Primo can become enabled. Primo will is a search tool that will enable, through a single query, a search across the all databases in CUNY as well as global and regional resources from the Primo Central index.

 

May 15, 2014

José Toribio Medina Award for Sarah Aponte

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Dominican Studies Institute Librarian Wins Award

Professor Sarah Aponte is awarded the José Toribio Medina Award

Named after the prolific Chilean bibliographer José Toribio Medina (1852-1930), the José Toribio Medina Award is made in recognition of outstanding contributions by SALALM members to Latin American Studies.

SALALM is the premier American organization for Latin Americanist librarians and book vendors and has an international membership.

Professor Sarah Aponte was awarded at SALALM‘s 59th annual conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, held May 10-14, 2014.

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