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With the Bartle 3rd Floor collections temporarily moving offsite, the Libraries encourage patrons to utilize the virtual Browse Shelf in Find It! when searching for materials. The virtual Browse Shelf displays all books in call number order – as they ...

As books prepare to leave the 3rd Floor of Bartle Library beginning April 12, the Libraries are implementing an expansion of their online catalog to ensure Binghamton University patrons still have easy access to the many items that will be ...

Due to COVID-19, the Bartle and Science Libraries’ renovation projects were put on pause in Spring 2020. We were recently notified that both projects are restarting with the original timeline. As a reminder, Bartle Library 3rd Floor renovation is a ...

Binghamton faculty, students and staff may request print materials from any library location as well as Interlibrary Loan print materials via our Bartle To Go service. Pick up your Bartle To Go requests in the Bartle Library lobby from 12-4 ...

Following more than a year of negotiations, SUNY and Elsevier could not reach mutually acceptable terms on renewing our license to all Elsevier ScienceDirect journals “known as the big deal” – to learn more read SUNY Plans to Cancel ScienceDirect Big ...

[as of 5/26/20 – subject to change] The Libraries are dedicated to providing library resources and services to faculty, students and staff for the remainder of the spring semester. Visit Library Services Update – May 2020 for latest news about ...

The SUNY Libraries Consortium, in collaboration with the University Faculty Senate and the SUNY Provost’s Office, will host a series of town hall meetings on eight SUNY campuses during the remainder of the spring semester. The reason for these town halls ...

As noted in the letter from the Dean of Libraries in August, the Libraries needed to cut our budget due to the University’s budget shortfall this year. With input and feedback from faculty, the library resources cancellation list has been ...

Jim Galbraith joins the library team as the new Head of Collection Development. Jim also serves as the subject librarian for the Departments of Art and Art History. He received his bachelor’s degree in History and an MA in Library ...

Colleagues, Welcome back and to the start of a new academic year. As you may recall from my note in May, like the rest of the campus community, the University Libraries is making provisions for a potential budget shortfall in ...