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Need help citing your sources?

Stop by the Library's MLA/APA Help-A-Thon!

WHAT: Get help with your Works Cited list. Bring in your questions or problem citations and meet one-on-one with a librarian for how-to advice. No appointment necessary!

WHEN: Drop in anytime during one of these two hour sessions:

  • Thursday, May 19: 3-5 PM
  • Wednesday, May 25: 2-4 PM
  • Tuesday, May 31: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Thursday, June 2: 4:00 - 6:00 PM

WHERE: Library Lab (E101-B)

You can drop in anytime during the two hour sessions to get help. If you cannot attend one of these sessions, you can always get assistance at the Library's Reference Desk, anytime the library is open.



Short Takes on Literature, Peter Kristufek and Frank Conroy

All are welcome to the Short Takes on Literature program!

This semester's theme will be stories about towns, cities and villages . All meetings in the Library Conference Room, where good discussions and refreshments will be available. 2:30 - 4:15 pm in the Library Conference Room

Thursday, May 12 (2:30-4:15 pm): Peter Kristufek, "The Prompter" AND Frank Conroy, "Midair".



Learn how to become a SuperSearcher! Workshop on Mon. 5/9 @ 1PM

Find Information Fast: Become a SuperSearcher Today!

This workshop will introduce you to the Library's time-saving research tool, SuperSearch, which allows you to search multiple subscription databases in one easy step. Taught by Charles Keyes

WHEN: Monday, May 9, 1:00 - 1:30pm

WHERE: Library Lab, E101-B

Open to all students, faculty and staff

For further information contact Catherine Stern, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address),x6021, Alexandra Rojas, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), x6020 or Elizabeth Namei, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), x6019



We now have full access to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Great news! The CUNY Office of Library Services has purchased a system-wide site license to Chronicle.com, The Chronicle of Higher Education's Web site. As a result, all campus computers should be able to access all of The Chronicle's Web pages without the requirement of a Chronicle user name or password.

You can go directly to http://chronicle.com and click on any of the news articles. If you are off campus, got to the Library Website > Find articles & books online (subscription databases) > The Chronicle can be found in the Alphabetical List or under Education. You can login to the campus network and gain access through our proxy server.

In addition all CUNY campuses have access to The Chronicle of Philanthropy - http://philanthropy.com

For a quick summary of what everyone now has access to, visit the site map at http://chronicle.com/sitemap . (Thanks, Catherine S.!!!)