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Disclaimer: These instructions are specific to ProQuest EBook Central. For general issues regarding accessibility or exemptions in the service described below, please contact TC’s Office for Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities (OASID). 
Below you will find tips for accessing ebooks on the EBSCOhost and JSTOR platforms. EbscoHost Accessibility Features EBSCO Accessibility Statement EBSCO is committed to providing accessible experiences for all users, regardless of ability or impairments. As part of this commitment, EBSCO allocates significant...
Ziyin and I continued to support the library by keeping our applications updated and running. Following is a brief list of updates and additions to our eco-system.Library Website: Our main product continues to get regular updates, including -Monthly Cafe and Staff Picks virtual book displaysA new URL for the library blog (https://blog.library.tc.columbia.edu/)Updated Library hours and calendar displays
Not sure where to begin your research? Want to learn more about the library's information tools and services? The Summer 2020 Library Orientation guide can help. Learning at the Gottesman Libraries 2019The Library Orientation guide provides tips for searching the library's catalog and d...
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Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company, has signed an agreement to acquire Innovative Interfaces - one of the largest legacy library software companies in the world. Founded in 1978 in Berkeley, California, Innovative has developed many Integrated Library System (ILS) products including Sierra, Polaris, and Millennium. In use in academic, public, law, and medical libraries, the reach and influence of Innovative's software in the library automation industry cannot be understated.“I am excited ...
Gottesman Libraries subscribes to TeachingBooks, a database of children's and young adult literature and resources that...
Work with the entire class or a small group of leaders to decide upon a short message to be spelled out by the card section. An example might be THE FIFTH GRADE SAYS HELLO." Count the number of letters and blanks paces in the message (in this case there are 25 letters and blanks). Have each student who will be in the card section write down the integers from one up to the number of letters on a sheet of paper...Now 'program' the first letter. Computer Literacy Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 1983
International Open Access Week 2019 is here! Consensus among librarians and researchers seems to be that we are inching ever closer to a fully open access environment, which prompts questions concerning this year's theme "Open Access For Whom? Equity In Open Knowledge".The 2019 Open Access Advisor...
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Summer time tends to be a period where quite a number people take their vacations and also make other necessary reservations. However, for some students the library is normally their vacation spot. Here is a report from our library for the summer 2019 semester. This report highlights data for room reservations as well as library traffic. Li...
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As part of the research for Search and Recommendation System in the research team, finding an efficient, legal, and dynamic technique for obtaining the metadata of scholarly resource plays an essential role. In this blog, we will provide some useful resources about text mining for scholarly resources. Additionally, we will discuss the text mining project in EdLab.Resources that may be helpful Please check out this