New Partnerships and Opportunities for Borrowing

MaRLI (Manhattan Research Library Initiative) Columbia full-time faculty and doctoral students may now borrow books from NYU or the New York Public Library (research collection).   Register for MaRLI as a Columbia scholar. MaRLI is a pilot project between Columbia, NYU, and the Research Collections at New York Public Library.  The project began in March 2011, and […]

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Getting the Most Out of LibraryWeb

 Behind the simple facade of the libraries main page lies a wealth of information and assistance.  From locating materials in the Columbia libraries, to identifying and using electronic resources, to getting delivery of materials from peer libraries, to managing your research tools, to where to go for help when it all becomes too much….there’s a […]

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Harvard and MIT Join Borrow Direct

Beginning in Summer 2011, faculty, students, and staff from Columbia and the six partner institutions (Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, and Yale),  will also have access to regularly circulating materials from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This expansion increases the number of volumes available to Columbia scholars from more than 45 million […]

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New! Document Delivery of Butler Chapters/Articles

Announcing a new document delivery service for Morningside/Barnard/UTS faculty and visiting scholars with borrowing privileges. You can request scans of  book chapters and articles from the print collections in Butler Library through your Interlibrary Loan (ILL) account. Limit of one chapter per book and one article per journal issue, within fair use guidelines. How to […]

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