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Welcome New Students – Join us in Bartle Library for an Informational and Festive Event!

Join us – Friday, August 28th from Noon – 2pm in Bartle Library  New students are invited to a fun, self-guided tour of the Library. Each stop provides a brief, overview of services and resources.  Snacks are on us, as … Continue reading

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New Platform for Finding and Accessing Databases

Over the summer the Libraries migrated its Databases A-Z list and Browse Databases by Subject to the same platform used for our Subject Guides. Databases can still be accessed from the Libraries’ homepage.  Click on the databases tab to either: search for a specific … Continue reading

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Interlibrary Loan Upgraded

Binghamton University Libraries has successfully completed their upgrade to the interlibrary loan system. The system is back up and running.  If you should experience any difficulties, please contact the Interlibrary Loan Office at 607-777-4985 or via e-mail mainill@binghamton.edu. Thank you for your patience.

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Find It! Upgrade

Starting on August 9th, FindIt!, the Libraries’ single search box for articles, books, and more, will be upgraded.  The upgrade is expected to take several days.  During this time, My Account (via Find it!) will not be available and the … Continue reading

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Interlibrary Loan Upgrade

The Libraries will be updating our interlibrary loan system on Friday, August 14th. We don’t anticipate a disruption of service; however, please place any critical or time-sensitive requests prior to that date to ensure fulfillment.  If you experience any difficulties … Continue reading

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Updated homepage

As a result a recent usability study on the Libraries’ website, we’ve redesigned the tabular search box on our homepage so that key resources and services are more visible.             We have also changed the … Continue reading

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Special Collections: First World War Presentation and Discussion

All are welcome to join this occasional series, “Good-bye to All That: The First World War and the End of An Era,” from 11:01-12:31 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, in the Huppé Reading Room, Special Collections, Bartle Library. The presentation and discussion will be … Continue reading

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New Student Study Space in Bartle Library

Students are enjoying the expansive new offering in Bartle Library, the South Reading Room. Located at the top of the stairs (going up, this would be to the left) on the second floor, the South Reading Room offers comfortable study space in … Continue reading

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2013-14 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship

The Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship recognizes consistently superior professional achievement in the field of librarianship. The Chancellor’s award program refers to Julie Wang as “a tireless advocate for students and faculty in the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies,” … Continue reading

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10 things you need to know about the Science Library

By Angelique Jenks-Brown and Andrea Melione The Science Library has long been known as the “quiet study area” on campus, but do you know about the wealth of resources and technologies available within? Visit the Science Library to Connect, Discover, and Create … Continue reading

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