Book History Colloquium: “The Eleven Texts of Frankenstein”

The Book History Colloquium is pleased to announce the third event in the series, “Eleven Texts of Frankenstein: From the Hypothetical Ur-Text and “Original” Draft to the Published Editions of 1818 and 1823 and 1831” will feature Charles E. Robinson, Professor of English at the University of Delaware. This event is free and open to […]

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Librarian Highlight: Amanda Bielskas

Subject specialties: Earth and environmental sciences Contact info: asb2154@columbia.edu Library: Geology and Geosciences Libraries @ Columbia Libraries since: 2007 Education Info: MLS, Long Island University, 1999; MA in Anthropology, CUNY Hunter College, 2008; BA in Environmental Geology, SUNY Plattsburgh, 1996 About me: "I’m fairly new to Columbia, but have been working in New York Libraries […]

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E-link Downtime

From 3:00am to 9:00am on Saturday, October 24th, the e-link  service is being upgraded and will be unavailable.  This service provides direct links from a citation in a database to the full-text of an article online.   We apologize for any inconvenience this downtime may cause. If you experience a problem, please fill out an […]

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Academic Commons

Looking for the latest research being produced at Columbia University? Browse Academic Commons, the University’s online repository. This fast-growing archive is freely accessible to all students, faculty, and staff. The Commons houses everything from articles and dissertations to journals and multimedia content. A range of departments are currently participating, including the School of the Arts, […]

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Lynda.com

The Libraries, in collaboration with the School of the Arts, is pleased to offer the Columbia community with subscription access to Lynda.com. Lynda.com is a great website for software training and online tutorials, including Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustratorand InDesign CSS Final Cut Pro Flash PHP Ruby on Rails Web development software like Dreamweaver and […]

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Schedule a Research Consultation

If you’re thinking about your senior thesis, MA project, or PhD thesis, schedule a research consultation with a subject specialist librarian to get started. Research consultations are an opportunity for you to meet one-on-one with a subject specialist librarian to discuss your topic and learn about relevant resources and research strategies. Consultations are available with […]

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