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ScienceDirect Update: Access Extended through March 2020 as Negotiations Continue

Although the ScienceDirect license expired on December 31, 2019, the SUNY ScienceDirect Working Group continues to negotiate with Elsevier on a new license agreement. SUNY signed a three-month extension to keep access to ScienceDirect until March 31, 2020 while negotiations … Continue reading

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Spring Course Reserves – Submit by January 6

The Binghamton University Libraries are accepting course reserve requests for Spring 2020. Instructors should submit requests by January 6 via the Library Course Reserves tool at reserves.binghamton.edu. You can also access this tool via myCourses. Note: Reserve requests will continue to be … Continue reading

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SUNY Town Hall Update on ScienceDirect – Open Discussion Forum on December 6

The Libraries invites all faculty, graduate students and staff to an open forum about the ongoing ScienceDirect contract negotiations with Elsevier. Mark McBride, Library Senior Strategist in the Office of Library and Information Services at SUNY System Administration, will provide … Continue reading

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Bartle Library 3rd Floor Renovation – We want your feedback!

The role of an academic library is continually evolving with changes in pedagogy, research and scholarship, technology, and student study behavior. With the upcoming renovation of Bartle Library’s 3rd floor, the Libraries have the opportunity to transform our space to … Continue reading

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Library Renovations – Open Discussion Forums on Nov. 21-22

The Libraries will be hosting three open forums to present information about several upcoming renovation and building projects, including the extensive Bartle Library third floor renovation. We want to hear from faculty, staff and students about these projects. The forums … Continue reading

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Nancy Abashian receives Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship

At a ceremony held on October 29, Nancy Abashian received the 2018-19 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship. This award recognizes consistently superior professional achievement in the field of librarianship. To receive this distinction, candidates must demonstrate extraordinary performance in … Continue reading

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Upcoming library workshops for Open Access Week to focus on support for publishing and sharing projects

Know Your Rights: Negotiating contracts and retaining rights to your work Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 Time: 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Location: Zurack Family High-Technology Collaboration Center Learn more about publishing contracts from Donna Dixon and James Peltz, Co-Directors, … Continue reading

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Special Collections Talk: “Singing the Body Electric: Opera, Democracy, and Voice in the Poetry of Walt Whitman”

The University Libraries’ Special Collections will host a talk by Dr. Robert P. Wilson, adjunct lecturer of English, on “Singing the Body Electric: Opera, Democracy, and Voice in the Poetry of Walt Whitman.” at noon Thursday, October 3, LN-2320, Bernard … Continue reading

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ScienceDirect Negotiations Update

On September 9, Dean of Libraries Curtis Kendrick sent an update on the progress of the ScienceDirect negotiations to SUNY Library Directors & Deans. Click on the link to read the latest news – Elsevier ScienceDirect Update Sept 2019

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Distinguished Alumnus Eric Weitz to Give Talk on Human Rights in Age of Nation-States

On September 12, Eric D. Weitz, ’74, distinguished professor of history at City College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, will give a talk based on his recently published book, “A World Divided: The Global Struggle for … Continue reading

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