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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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Text a Call Number

Tired of writing down book titles and call numbers on scraps of paper?  Did you know you can now text this information directly to your mobile device from the Library Catalog?  Just click on the mobile phone icon next to … Continue reading

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Meet our New Librarians

Nancy Abashian Nancy Abashian has served the Libraries in a number of capacities since she first began in 2006. Her library career began at the Science Library as the Information Services Coordinator. Her primary duties included student worker and staff … Continue reading

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Libraries Launch STEM Tutorials

The Libraries created three online tutorials tailored for the University’s new Research Stream Program for undergraduate students.  These STEM tutorials focus on the disciplines of neuroscience, biofilms, and smart energy.  The tutorials teach students how to navigate the library research resources in these fields.  The STEM tutorials join the Libraries … Continue reading

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Scholarly Resources Orientation

The Libraries’ will be hosting their annual Scholarly Resources Orientation session  Tuesday, August 26, at 3:45pm in the North Reading Room on the second floor of Bartle Library.  The North Reading Room will be closed at 1:30 pm to allow … Continue reading

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New Interim Dean at Binghamton University Libraries

The Libraries are pleased to welcome Susannah Gal, professor of Biological Sciences at Binghamton University, as the new Interim Dean of the Libraries.  As reported in Inside BU, Susannah will serve while a national search for a new dean takes place … Continue reading

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ILLiad Unavailable June 9th & 10th

In order to improve our services, ILLiad, the Interlibrary Loan system, will be unavailable while we perform system upgrades. During the upgrades, you will not be able to view the status of your requests, view electronic documents or submit new … Continue reading

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