Welcome-aboards and a Fond-farewell

Dear Journalism School Community!  I am happy to share the arrival of two new, wonderful additions to the Journalism Library – Tracy Sagalow (tas2156@columbia.edu) is the new Journalism Library Supervisor, the person to whom you can address access issues, course reserves, overdue fines, fires, floods and other facilities-related concerns.  Tracy re-joins the Columbia Libraries community […]

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From the FCC – The Information Needs of Communities

Have you seen The Information Needs of Communities: The changing media landscape in a broadband age?  Read the latest report from the FCC by Steven Waldman – download the full PDF or download by chapter.  And for quick key facts and recommendations, check out the Fact Sheet and Executive Summary. […]

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QR code for CLIOmobile

Have you tried CLIOmobile, the mobile version of Columbia’s online catalog? Scan the QR code here: Bookmark it here: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?cliomobile From CLIOmobile, you can: Search CLIO Save items to ‘My List’ Email records Check your Library Account, renew books Place recalls Try it today! […]

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World Press Freedom Day – May 3

Did you know that May 3 is World Press Freedom Day? The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will be organizing events in over 100 countries around the world to celebrate the day, which also marks the 20th anniversary of the signing Windhoek Declaration for the promotion of free and pluralistic media.   […]

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Sustainability Information Expo

Interested in learning about resources related to sustainability? Come join the science and social science librarians at the Sustainability Information Expo, Thursday, 2/3 11:30am-1:30pm in the Lehman Social Sciences Library.  Join the fun – talk to librarians about data/GIS, government, social science, business, science information resources related to sustainability.  Free lunch and raffle prize! Questions?  […]

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