Binghamton University Libraries launch a 5-minute anonymous online survey to collect information on subject guide awareness and usage. The responses from this survey will directly impact the design and content of the guides in future updates. The Libraries have a ...

Dear Data Binghamton began when Amber Simpson, associate professor and co-assistant director for the Department of Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership, reached out to the Digital Scholarship team in the Libraries to discuss … something completely different. During that conversation ...

The following statement was shared with the campus community on March 21, 2024 via Dateline on behalf of the STAR Award committee. Jill Yaples, longtime senior electronic resource specialist in the University Libraries, received the STAR Award this week. The ...

The Libraries celebrate Women’s History Month by highlighting research works in our collections by and about women. Women’s history means the representation of historically excluded groups, such as people of color, the LGBTQ community and people with different abilities. It ...

For the month of March, the Libraries are hosting the traveling exhibit RecognizingWomen’s Right to Vote in New York State provided by the South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC). SCRLC aims to empower their members “through advocacy, networking, resources and ...

The Binghamton University Libraries are pleased to announce the addition of an expansive and new primary resource database, AM Explorer. Binghamton users now have access to millions of pages of primary sources in the Adam Matthew collections spanning over five ...

On January 31, 2024, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald Hall and Dean of Libraries Andrea Falcone officially announced a University partnership with ORCID to improve research promotion. As part of the University Roadmap, the University-wide initiative ...

Kirsten Pagan did not always picture herself as a leader of Data Visualization at Binghamton. However, when she first became aware of the Data Visualization Interest Group (DataViz) on campus, she was excited to get involved and offer administrative support. ...

Tucked away in the stacks of the Glenn G. Bartle Library at Binghamton University, a “secret poetry room” was once a distant memory of alumna Molly Peacock, ‘69. However, this secluded space, a cozy hideaway complete with a comfy chair, ...

For the month of February, the Libraries are hosting the traveling exhibit Immigration in New York State, 1650 – 1950 provided by the South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC). SCRLC aims to empower their members “through advocacy, networking, resources and ...