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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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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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Something About the Author (SATA)

We have been collecting and cataloging Something About the Author (SATA) for years, in fact we have 305 volumes as of May, 2017. If you are doing an author or illustrator study this is the resource you should be consulting. Where are

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EBSCO Discovery Service: Finding Articles

Go to the library homepage and type your topic in the search box Check the Search Everything is selected Hit the Go button. You are on EBSCO’s Discovery  Service database page – you can see your topic There are 22,705,

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Find Journals

Here’s how to go about  finding a journal article from a citation: Sameroff, A. (2010). A unified theory of development: A dialectic integration of nature and nurture. Child Development, 81(1), 6-22. Please note, the citation above doesn’t show a hanging

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Illustrators & APA

So, you’ve been asked to write an annotated bibliography for your Early Childhood Curriculum class. There are some fantastic books you want to add to your bibliography and you really want to shout the praises of an illustrator. You’ve just

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Books About Banned Books

It’s “Banned Book” week. Below is a bibliography of what we have on the topic of Books-About-Banned-Books (docx). All are available for check-out. Please visit The American Library Association (ALA) website on Banned and Challenged Books. American Library Association. (1994).

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