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Do You Need an ORCID iD?

If you are a Cornell faculty member, graduate student, postdoc, or research associate who publishes in scholarly journals, the answer is Yes!  ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and ensures that your work is recognized by linking you to your professional activities. Unlike other research IDs, your ORCID […]

SPARK Talks: A New Opportunity for Grad Students

As academic pursuits grow ever more complex and specialized, it’s critically important that scholars know how to clearly communicate their research, whether to undergraduates in the classroom, prospective employers, funding agencies, or to the general public. With this in mind, the Library presents SPARK Talks — a series of 5-minute lightning talks by CU grad […]

Olin DVD Collection Moved to Uris

The DVD collections formerly housed in the Media Center on the lower level of Olin Library — including the Asia disks — have recently been moved to the Dean Room in Uris. The new location allows for easier browsing of the films and provides room for expansion.

Duke Now in Borrow Direct

The virtual size of book collections available to Cornell faculty, students, and staff expands yet again with the recent addition of the Duke University Libraries. As the latest full member of Borrow Direct, Duke adds its 6.5 million volumes to those held by Cornell, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Penn, Brown, Dartmouth, MIT, Johns Hopkins, and […]

Digital Images for Teaching

Wish you could easily digitize photographs, slides, or images from books to use in your classroom teaching? The College of Arts & Sciences in collaboration with the Cornell University Library now supports the digitization, metadata creation, and upload of images on Luna Insight and ARTstor.  This is a free service to the A&S College faculty […]

Cornell Writers in OverDrive

OverDrive, the Library’s online provider of e-books and audio books, contains fiction titles  by some of Cornell’s most renowned faculty and alumni writers.  If you own a Kindle device/app or have an Adobe Digital Editions account, you can download e-books by Alison Lurie, Robert Morgan, Junot Diaz, J. Robert Lennon,  Helena Maria Viramontes,  Lorrie Moore,  […]

A New Look for the Library Website and Catalog

On July 1st the Library went live with the redesigned interface that was previewed last semester as a beta site. All the components of the previous web site are still there — the CUL Catalog (both Classic and a newly revamped version with Classic at its core); Databases; Articles, E-books; E-Journals; Images; and WorldCat Local […]

CUL’s Open Access Publishing Fund

Thinking of submitting a paper to a peer-reviewed, open-access journal but concerned about paying submission and publication charges? The Library can help! Our Open Access Publishing Fund (COAP) will underwrite reasonable article processing fees for open-access journals up to $3,000. The COAP Fund is available to any Cornell faculty, post-doctoral researcher, staff member, or student […]



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