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Permalinks & Document URLs

It is getting easier to share articles with students and colleagues, but there are a few things you need to know to make things go smoothly. The key is to look for Permalinks in EBSCO databases  and Document URLs in

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Google Docs & Printing

Using Google docs to write an assignment is a popular option these days, but sometimes patrons run into a glitch when it comes to printing. That print icon sometimes work, and then again sometimes it doesn’t. Here’s how to manage

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eReserves Update

eReserves is a very convenient way for faculty to share readings with students, that are: Chapters from books (the Library takes care of any copyright issues) or journal articles that can’t be found through our databases. Spoiler alert: There is

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August Hours 2017

The Library is open at reduced hours for the month of  August (Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm). Please note that we are open normal hours for all of Summer Session 2. There are three energy conservation days (August 18,

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Create & Email a Booklist

With every new iteration of the Library’s catalog Koha, we find we have to re-learn simple tasks such as creating and emailing booklists. It was with surprise and delight that this time around creating and emailing a booklist was kind

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NYC Pride in the Library

Every year in June the Library mounts it’s annual NYC Pride display, and this year is no different. As a way to keep things in one place the Library created a research guide devoted to LGBTQIA+ Resources. It includes: books

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14 Digit Library Barcode

What Numbers Do I Use? We are really hoping to see “single sign-on” for everything at Bank Street, but until then, this is what you need to know. Once you have your ID card and get a 14 digit library

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