Library Stacks Reopening; ETAS Ending

Since the suspension of on-campus academic activities in March 2020, the Libraries have been providing students and faculty with increased access to millions of online resources, emergency digital access to in-copyright materials, and online assistance in support of teaching and research. We put in place several emergency services that will be discontinued for Fall 2021, […]

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Borrowing (book pick-up service), scanning from Library collections, and book returns

Book pick-up service is now available for select print material. Eligible items will have a “Pick-up” hyperlink in the CLIO record (currently available for materials shelved in Butler Library only). Please refer to the Pick-Up Service page for instructions about how to request materials for pickup, how to pick up the materials, and how to […]

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Expanded online access to collections during COVID-19 Emergency

Close to 40% of our print collections are now available through Hathi Trust Emergency Temporary Access. Books and journal volumes currently available to you through the Emergency Temporary Access Service have the label “Log in for temporary access” After connecting to Hathi Trust from the list, scroll down to see the “Temporary Access” link. Then […]

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Four Million Princeton and NYPL Titles Added to CLIO

The Shared Collection Service, developed in partnership with Princeton University Library and The New York Public Library (NYPL), has launched!  More than four million titles (comprising over seven million items) from New York Public Library and Princeton University Library are now available for request in CLIO.   Columbia faculty, students, and staff can request direct delivery […]

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Geospatial discovery added to CLIO

We’re excited to announce that the latest CLIO release incorporates a new top level data source, joining Catalog, Articles, Academic Commons, and Web site search. Select GeoData to search the Columbia University Libraries spatial data collection as well as the collections of several other institutions, using geographical constraints. GeoBlacklight, a new open source platform for […]

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