Monthly Archives: December 2015

This Nazi-era archive has brought people to tears. Now, it is open to the public.

It has been more than 70 years since the end of the war, but emotions have been running high in France since the government announced it would open the archives of the so-called Vichy regime that collaborated with Nazi Germany. The … Continue reading

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Visit the Chinese Cultural Experience Center (CCEC) in Bartle Library

  The campus and greater community is invited to enjoy this vivid cultural showcase, which has been designed to provide visitors with the opportunity to intimately experience China’s Beijing Opera through a variety of mediums, including . . . Technology … Continue reading

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De-Stress in the Libraries

Chair Massages . . . Therapy Dogs . . . ZooMobile. . . FREE Food and Coffee In support of De-Stress December, the Libraries is pleased to offer hardworking students a well-deserved respite from, ironically, books!  Stop by and reenergize. … Continue reading

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5 Things Faculty and Instructors Should Know About “Course Reserves”

1.  DEFINITION OF THE TERM “Course Reserves” are the course-related materials that we put on reserve at your request for the purpose of efficient and broad student access in the Libraries.  Reserve materials can be physical (like textbooks or DVDS) … Continue reading

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Seeking Student Input

Binghamton students, the Libraries invites you to participate in a brief survey about your individual research practices.  Your input will help us refine our instructional services and resources, which means that we can do an even better job of supporting … Continue reading

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