Check out CityLab visual storyteller Ariel Aberg-Riger’s recently published story of how America’s public libraries came to be critical pieces of infrastructure, and their uneven history of serving all who need them.

Sign up for GC Peer Review!   Are you a student working on an article, dissertation or master’s thesis? Do you want more structure for your writing process and feedback on your writing this spring? Are you looking for a friendly, small-group setting to workshop your works in progress? We want you for our GC …
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Visit IT Helpdesk until February 8th

January 30th, 2019 | Posted by navaramos in Blog - (0 Comments)

For the first two weeks of the semester, Information Technology will station a specialist in the library’s second-floor lounge in order to help students (and faculty and staff, of course!) face-to-face with any IT-related problems they might be having: network IDs, Blackboard or CUNYFirst access, email accounts, password confusions, printing from laptops. This service will …
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For questions, please visit the library website https://library.gc.cuny.edu/events/ or email Katherine Pradt at kpradt@gc.cuny.edu Primary Sources for Latin American and Latino Studies Thursday, February 7, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Room 9204 Latin American and Latino archives are rich and sometimes mysterious places. CUNY and NYPL librarians and archivists assemble at the Bildner Center February …
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Open Pedagogy Fellowships due Monday, December 17th, 2018, midnight The Library seeks applications for up to ten Open Pedagogy Fellows for the Spring 2019 semester, each carrying a $2500 stipend. The Fellowship experience will enhance participants’ understanding of open pedagogy and their ability to employ elements of openpedagogy in their teaching. Throughout the Fellowship, a variety …
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Please submit proposals for technology initiatives by Friday, February 8th in order to receive feedback from the DSC and share it with the student body at the DSC Plenary on February 15th. Final proposals will be reviewed by the Graduate Center Student Tech Fee(STF) Committee, which is a multi-stakeholder group of students, faculty, and administrators. …
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