Replenish. Making full again — or in some sense — making whole again. For us in the Libraries, that means filling our roster again. Over the past few years, we’ve had a spate of retirements and, due to pandemic-related budgetary ...

From the acquisition of medieval manuscripts to cutting-edge technology projects to brick-and-mortar design and construction projects, the Libraries staff and faculty have been active over the past few years.  As we look to the future, we want to accomplish even ...

If our annus horribilis 2020-21 brought about any positive change, it is certainly a renewed focus on the significance of the Libraries on campus. From the decision last spring to close the libraries ― in some sense symbolically marking the ...

A former colleague of mine from another university — a Vietnam War veteran — was fond of saying of our work in the library, “no mission is too difficult, no sacrifice too great, service first!” Hyperbole aside, that modification and ...

Like most aspects of society, Binghamton University Libraries have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. In mid-March, the University converted to online classes, and the Libraries went online-only as well. We are able to provide reference service, support course reserves ...