CU Libraries on YouTube

The Columbia Libraries are now on the CU YouTube channel! You can watch all of our Library Essentials video tutorials on YouTube, and there’s more to come from the Libraries. Subscribe to the Columbia University Channel to get updates whenever new videos are posted. Or, you can subscribe to only the Library Essentials collection of videos. […]

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Find More Using Google Scholar

You can access the full-text journal and database content provided by Columbia University Libraries directly from Google Scholar. Just type the title of a journal article into Google Scholar and then link directly to Columbia’s full-text via "e-Link@Columbia."     If you’re on campus and you search Google Scholar, you will automatically see the "e-link @ […]

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New iPhone Ap from CU Press

Columbia University Press has unveiled a new iPhone Ap today. The ap allows users to search The Columbia World of Quotations by author, subject, nationality and more. Available immediately, The Columbia World of Quotations features 65,000 quotations by more than 5,000 authors covering 3,000 years—from Bella Abzug to Frank Zappa and Galileo to Themistocles. The […]

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Find Articles

The Libraries’ Find Articles tool lets you search multiple database at the same time. Find Articles can help you search more efficiently, and this quick introduction will get you started. You can get to Find Articles directly by going to the Find Articles webpage, or through the QuickSearch on the Libraries homepage.     From […]

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