Now that graduation is around the corner (hurray!), you may be wondering about your future access to library resources. Here's a summary of what you'll be able to use as an alum! Electronic Resources (Databases): this link provides a list of the databases you'll have access to after graduation. On-Campus Library Use: you can obtain […]
Master Index back up and running!
Hello all you fabulous J-School students! Just wanted to let you know that the Masters Index lists are now up and functional on our library web page, which you can check out here: http://library.columbia.edu/locations/journalism/masters.html. It is current though 2011. 2012 and 2013 will be available online by the end of the Fall semester. Always feel […]
Student Success Story
We are excited to share the work of recent J-School graduate, Jefferson Mok – the winner of the Journalism Library Decorate Our Wall data visualization contest work "The NRA Network," illustrating the wide distribution of funds around the country, has been used by CNN! Please check out his work here at http://money.cnn.com/interactive/news/nra-donations/. WE ARE SO […]
Cookie Fest for CUJ12!
Congratulations, graduating class of 2012! Please stop by the Journalism Library on Wednesday, 5/9 for one last cookie from all of us in the libraries (byo Jawa Juice). It's been a *pleasure* to work with you, and we wish you all the best! Don't forget to let me know if you would like your tweets […]
Alumni Library Privileges
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! Wondering what Columbia library privileges you'll have after graduation? Here's the scoop: Your Columbia UNI and password will continue to give you electronic access to library resources for a grace period of about 6 months after graduation (assuming you were registered during the spring semester). The Library Information Office (LIO) […]
Welcome, Journalism School Alumni!
Welcome, J-School Alumni! Here are the links to today’s Library E-Resources for Alumni session – presentation handout Thank you for attending, and remember to stop by the Library Information Office in Butler Library to get your alumni access privileges. […]
World Bank Data Products Now Freely Available
Great news for current students, graduating students, alumni, and faculty! The World Bank has recently made their data products freely available without subscription through their new open data site (http://data.worldbank.org), with more than 2,000 financial, business, health, economic, and human development statistics. Most of these products were previously only available through subscription. What kinds of […]
2010 Census – be counted!
The Census counts every resident in the United States, and is required by the Constitution to take place every 10 years. The 2010 Census will help communities receive more than $400 billion in federal funds for things like hospitals, schools, bridges, tunnels, senior centers, and much more! The data collected by the census also help […]