Faculty and Instructors:
Submit requests now to ensure your students have access to course materials at the Libraries and on Blackboard by the first day of class for the spring semester.
Remember, we are happy to circulate not only library books, but also any textbooks or materials you may want to provide for the benefit of your students.
More information is available on the Course Reserves Information for Instructors webpage.
“As the new Cataloging Librarian, I look forward to helping students and staff find the resources they need through the Library Catalog.
I also have plans to help make the resources in Special Collections more easily available and to take part in other on-going projects, such as digitization, which will also improve user access to important Libraries’ resources.
My graduate work at The University of Texas at Austin focused on User Experience and metadata. While there I was the Cataloging and Metadata Graduate Research Assistant at the Perry-Castañeda Library.
In addition, I have an MA in East Asian Art from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, where I focused on Korean ceramics.
In my free time I enjoy drawing, traveling with friends and family, and reading.”
Binghamton University Libraries reaffirm our commitment to supporting all communities at the University. We strive to provide safe, comfortable and accessible spaces where all are free to engage in study, learning and research. We are committed to ensuring access to information that represents a broad and diverse range of opinions, and is reflective of the histories, cultures, experiences and perspectives of people of different genders, races, ethnicities, spiritual choices, sexual orientation or identity, physical or mental abilities and places of origin. Welcome…we are here for you.
We are delighted by this recognition of our friend and colleague by the South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC).
Marian assumed additional responsibilities when staffing changes in the systems department required her technical expertise in order to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of critical library services. This required two months of intensive training, a major software migration and focused dedication to a multitude of technical issues as they came.
Dean Curtis Kendrick summarizes, “We in the Libraries are hugely indebted to Marian and her efforts. For her contributions to the Libraries, the University and the broader library community, she is truly deserving of the SCRLC Library Worker of the Year Award.”
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Come participate in an engaging discussion about the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) course observation service, a free service that provides you with the opportunity to obtain feedback on your teaching in order to inform your future planning, lessons, activities and pedagogical approaches.
Join us for the next Learning @ Lunch program (formerly known as Instruction Roundtable) as we hear Steve Lisman, Bartle Professor and distinguished teaching professor of psychology, discuss his cooperative approach to classroom observation.
This program will be held noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the Chenango Room.
Lunch is available for purchase at the Chenango Room or feel free to bring your own.
RSVP or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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Join us in unearthing surprises, prying open the vaults and breathing life into long dead…documents!
Noon-1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, Special Collections, 2nd floor of Bartle Library
Explore the fears of nuclear warfare in the 1950’s and how those fears were exploited by Hollywood. This talk is illustrated with posters from the campus McLaughlin Collection. By Jean Green, head of Special Collections and Archives.
Learn about a civil defense drill on our campus in 1960, at which several students refused to participate. This particular event defined student protests during the infamously tumultuous 1960’s. By Yvonne Deligato, university archivist.
Discover a new mystery genre, atomic renaissance – a term used for female mystery writers of the 1940′s and ‘50s. By Beth Kilmarx, curator of rare books.
An i-Pad sketch of atomic renaissance mystery writer, Patricia Highland.
What if you spent less time organizing your research and more time writing it?
Join us for an introduction to RefWorks, a citation management tool that will keep track of your sources, generate citations and bibliographies, and facilitate collaborative research.
The drop-in workshop will be held on two dates:
- Noon–1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2
- 5:30–6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16
Both sessions will be held in the Bartle Library Instruction Lab located in the Newcomb Reading Room.
Questions? Contact Julia Glauberman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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