Visit Bartle throughout June for LGBT Pride Month

June’s Pop-Up Exhibit celebrates LGBT Pride Month, which was originally created to popupblogjunehonor the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Manhattan. LGBT Pride Month is now celebrated to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals have made nationally and internationally.

The exhibit is located at the corner of the Reader Services Desk in Bartle Library.

Discover more about LGBT topics with the Women’s Studies Subject Guide and the Sociology Subject Guide. Or, reach out to Nancy Abashian at (Women and Gender Studies) or Ben Andrus at (Sociology).

 Free themed bookmarks are available at the exhibit each month. 
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Welcome SUNYLA!

 We are proud to share our campus and look forward to working together at this important convergence of librarians and their ideas – our warmest welcome to all!

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Online Library Services Unavailable May 23 Due to Maintenance

Starting Monday, May 23 at 6:30 a.m., several library services -
Interlibrary Loan (Illiad), study room reservations and off-campus access to library databases and resources – will be unavailable due to maintenance
work.  The anticipated downtime for these services is two hours. Please
check the Libraries’ website for updates.  For more information, contact Tom Tran,

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Celebrate Jewish Heritage Month

Photograph of the Jewish Fellowship Club from the 1950 yearbook.
Photo from the Binghamton University Archives Photograph Collection. Binghamton University Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives.

May’s Pop-Up Exhibit celebrates the 10th anniversary of Jewish American Heritage Month.

This celebration aims to highlight Jewish American achievements in the United States. To discover more about Judaic Studies, check out the Judaic Studies Subject Guide.

Judaic Studies Subject Librarian Ed Shephard at, 607-777-2493.

The Pop-Up Exhibit is located at the corner of the Reader Services Desk in the Bartle Library. Free themed bookmarks are available each month.

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Newcomb Reading Room Closed May 23-August 19 for Renovation

The Libraries’ Newcomb Reading Room will be closed May 23-August 19 for renovation. Course Reserves materials will be located at Bartle Library Reader Services Desk. Microfilm and audio-visual materials can be paged for use in Bartle Library.

If you are in need of assistance, please visit the Bartle Library Reader Services Desk or call 607-777-2194.

Thank you for your patience during our Newcomb Reading Room renovation.newcomb

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Extra Hours, Extra Chairs.

Need a place to study for finals? We have extended hours and added more seats to provide a great space to cram for your finals and finish your term paper.

Feeling stressed? Come to our stress-free library events.

Need more information about where to study, where to eat and study tips? Check out #StudyBing.

South Reading Room

South Reading Room

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Fun, food and relaxation: Stress-Free Events at the Libraries

Pet puppies, hang out with a parrot or chow on a light snack at the Libraries. Take a break from your studies at our stress-free events to help you relax and rejuvenate. Good luck with your finals.

MONDAParrot3Y, MAY 2

Free chair massages, snacks and coffee
4-6 p.m.
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Free snacks and coffee
4-6 p.m.
University Downtown Center Library

Bark9 Therapy Dog visit
4-5:30 p.m.
University Downtown Center lobby


Binghamton Zoo’s ZooMobile Visit
2-4 p.m.
Bridge outside Bartle Library, near the Lecture Hall

Face painting: Experience Beijing (Peking) opera facial makeup
3-5 p.m.
Chinese Cultural Experience Center Bartle Library (first floor)

Join faculty from the Confucius Institute of Chinese Opera (CICO) at Bartle Library to learn about traditional Peking opera facial painting, and have your face painted while you’re there!


Free chair massages
3-5 p.m.
Bartle Library, second-floor mezzanine


Free chair massages
2-4 p.m.
Science Library, Yellow Group Study Room

Free snacks and coffee!
5-7 p.m.
Science Library Lobby

Free snacks and coffee!
7-9 p.m.
Outside the main entrance to Bartle Library


Therapy Dog Visit
7-8:30 p.m.
Bartle Library vending area & Science Library Lobby

Visit the Office of the Dean of Students’ Spring 2016 Stress-free Events Calendar.

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Promoting Your Scholarship in a Digital Age

digitalcomJoin us to learn more about Digital Commons, a forthcoming platform designed to manage, promote and share your scholarship online. This workshop will cover how to digitally showcase your research activity including articles, hosted journals and research data as well as metrics to assess the impact of your work.

The presenters are Director of Assessment and Scholarly Communications Elizabeth Brown, Faculty Engagement Librarian Anne Larrivee and Electronic Resources Librarian Stephanie Hess.

Noon-1:30 p.m., April 28, Libraries Administrative Conference Room, LS-2504 (second floor), Bartle Library

Lunch served. Register Here. If you have any questions, please contact Kristen Gallant at

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Special Collections Lectures on Shakespeare

As part of the Libraries’ Special Collections’ Occasional Lecture Series, Richard Mackenney, professor of history at Binghamton University, will present three lectures on Shakespeare:

Noon-1 p.m., Tuesday, April 19 – “Alas, Poor Yorick: Shakespeare’s Infinite Jester”

Noon-1 p.m., Tuesday, April 26 – “Shakespeare: Staging the Renaissance”

Noon-1 p.m., Tuesday, May 3 – “Shakespeare and the Cinema”

The lectures will be held in Special Collections, Bartle Library (2nd floor). After the lecture, view the Shakespeare in Special Collections: Selections from the Max Reinhart Collections and the Rare Book Collections exhibit. The exhibit and lectures mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death (April 23, 1616).


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Celebrate National Library Week, April 10-16

April 10-16 is National Library Week. Not only do you have access to an extensive research collection, you can enjoy a variety of other resources and services, including cultural exhibits, workshops, events and even a free paperback book exchange in Bartle Library. Visit your favorite Libraries location and support us via Facebook.


April 13 – Beyond the books: Panel discussion about careers in librarianship

Libraries Exhibits

Celebrating 400 Years of Shakespeare – Special Collections, Bartle Library (2nd floor)

Windows in the Sea: The Life and Work of Marion C. Link – Bartle Library (2nd floor)

National Poetry Month Pop-up Exhibit – Reader Services Desk, Bartle Library

Experiencing the Facial Makeup of the Beijing (Peking) Opera – Chinese Cultural Experience Center, Bartle Library

Fossils Rock! – Science Library

You can also view a new exhibit of Special Collections’ B-movie posters – Graphic! Lurid! Sensational! Exploitation and B-Movie Posters – at the Art Museum.


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Science Library

Science Library


UDC Library

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