We now have JSTOR Arts and Sciences I-VIII as well as the Arts and Sciences Complement and Health and General Science.
The City Tech Library is OPEN during Spring Break! Our hours are:
Monday, March 29th through Friday, April 2nd: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Monday, April 5th: 9:00am – 5:00pm
The library is CLOSED on Saturday, April 3rd.
We return to our regular schedule on Tuesday, April 6th.
Have a great break!
Nursing students and faculty: our CINAHL subscription has been upgraded to CINAHL Plus with Full Text.
Forms on our website are not working. Students and faculty cannot use Ask a Librarian, reserve the projection room, use the troubleshooting form for the databases, request workshops, make a research appointment, and submit comments about the website.
Please note that interlibrary loan services via ILLIAD is working.
As soon as this is fixed, we’ll update the City Tech community.
Faculty, come to a workshop and learn strategies for searching the LexisNexis database more effectively for articles from news sources from around the world.
DATE: Wednesday, March 24th
LOCATION: Rm A441, Library (4th Floor, Atrium Building)
Workshops are open to all City Tech faculty members. RSVP is strongly suggested to Prof. Maura Smale, firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-260-5748.
Please be advised that the current version of City Tech LibX is NOT compatible with the most current version of Firefox 3.6.
LibX has to be rebuilt to be compatible with Firefox 3.6, according to the LibX developer.
If you want to continue to use the current LibX, please DO NOT upgrade to Firefox 3.6 until a compatible version is released.
New Films in the Collection:
The Hurt Locker
A hole in a fence
The Dark Knight
Incident at Oglala
Watchmen (Director’s Cut)
Some Like It Hot
The Ascent of Money
The Botany of Desire
Continue reading “New Films at the City Tech Library”
Is there a place for Wikipedia in the classroom? What’s on Wikipedia, and how did it get there? The City Tech Library, in partnership with the Faculty Commons, is pleased to invite all faculty to come enjoy wine & cheese with your colleagues and discuss this popular online encyclopedia. Joining us for this panel discussion is David Goodman, Vice President, Wikimedia NYC and retired Princeton librarian.
DATE: Tuesday, March 16, 5:30-7pm
LOCATION: Faculty Lounge, A632
RSVP to Maura Smale at email@example.com or 260-5748.
Faculty, come to a library workshop this week to learn about RSS (Really Simple Syndication). We’ll discuss setting up RSS feeds and alerts in your favorite databases to keep track of the latest scholarship from news sources, journals, and blogs.
DATE: Wednesday, March 10th
Workshops are open to all City Tech faculty members. All workshops are held in our electronic classroom (Rm A540) on the 5th Fl. of the City Tech Library, Atrium Bldg (unless otherwise noted). RSVP is strongly suggested to Prof. Maura Smale, firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-260-5748.
Get published! Check out Publishing Opportunities Database.
|Publishing Opportunities Database, published by Talsk Research Inc., provides the most extensive listing of opportunities for professors, post-doctorates and other students interested in presenting and publishing their research papers. Information from three distinct sources is combined and presented in a convenient, intuitive format: Continue reading “Publishing Opportunities database”|