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Jun 24 2010 - 04:06 PM
Books On The Road: Using Libraries Outside New York City
Spending an extended period of time away from Teachers College and New York City does not always mean giving up library services. Our library maintains limited reciprocal on-site access agreements with libraries outside New York City through the OCLC/RLG Services SHARES Program What? In-library use of material is permitted but visitors are not granted borrowing privileges What Else? Reference consultation; photocopying at the local constituency rate; database search services at the local constituency rate; and other services available to comparable groups at the host institution Who? Faculty, Emeritus Faculty, Students, and Academic and Professional Library Staff of Teachers College How? Visitors must present a currently valid institutional ID card and it is strongly recommended that you call or write in advance Where? Australia National Library of Australia Canada National Gallery of Canada, University of Toronto, Engineering and Computer Science Library, Gerstein Science Information Center, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Egypt: American University in Cairo England: University of Leeds, University of Liverpool, University of Manchester, University of Warwick Ireland: Trinity College Library Netherlands: International Institute of Social History New Zealand: National Library of New Zealand Scotland: University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow United Arab Emirates: American University of Sharjah United States: Arizona University of Arizona California Getty Research Institute -Research Library, Hebrew Union College Library- Los Angeles, Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Library, J. Hugh Jackson Library-Graduate School of Business, Lane Medical Library, Robert Crown Law Library Connecticut Yale University, Sterling Memorial Library, Divinity Library, Kline Science Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Law Library Dealware Hagley Museum & Library, Winterthur Library- Printed Book & Periodical Collection Florida University of Florida, University of Miami Georgia Emory University Illinois Art Institute of Chicago, University of Chicago Iowa University of Iowa, Law Library Maryland National Gallery of Art Massachusetts Boston University, Pappas Law Library, Brandeis University Library, Clark Art Institute, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Michigan University of Michigan, Law Library Minnesota University of Minnesota- Wilson Library, St. Paul Central Campus Library, Bio-Medical Library, Law Library Missouri Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Saint Louis Art Museum New Jersey Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University- Firestone Library, Biology Library, East Asian Library, Rutgers University Libraries, Alexander Library, John Cotton Dana Library, Paul Robeson Library, Camden Law Library, Newark Law Library New York Binghamton University, Cornell University- Olin Library, Albert R. Mann Library, Flower Veterinary Library, Law Library, Frank A. Lee Library- NYS Agricultural Experiment Station North Carolina Duke University Law Library Ohio Cleveland Museum of Art, Hebrew Union College Library- Cincinnati Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Swarthmore College, Temple University, University of Pennsylvania, Van Pelt Library, Biomedical Library, Dental School Library, Veterinary School Library, Biddle Law Library Texas Amon Carter Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Southern Methodist University-Dedham School of Law, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at Austin, Tarlton Law Library Utah Brigham Young University, Howard W. Hunter Law Library Washington University of Washington- Gallagher Law Library Washington, DC George Washington University Law School, Library of Congress
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