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[How To Find Out More]…About That Journal You Need

Do you need to find out if a journal is peer-reviewed or if it’s open access? Are you having trouble searching for a journal based on a citation? Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory should have what you need and more! The world of serial publications (magazines, journals, newsletters, newspapers, and conference proceedings) is complex. Often, different journals […]

Library Guides: The Hidden Hack for Library Research

Are you struggling to find sources for your research project but aren’t sure how to start? Need help navigating library resources but not quite ready to ask for help?  Check out our Library Guides! Library guides (sometimes referred to as Research Guides or LibGuides) are curated online documents full of library resources, research advice, and […]

Passkey to the Rescue!

It’s happened again. You’ve found what looks to be the perfect article. You stumbled across it while searching outside of the library website, and now to access the full text you must either navigate away from the article in order to track down the login button on the publication’s convoluted website, or pull up the […]

Need Help Finding an Article? Not Sure How to Cite in MLA? Ask a Librarian!

 

Build Skills at Cornell University Library Workshops

Cornell University Library offers a wide variety of workshops designed to assist patrons in developing skills in library research, information management, and software. These workshops are free and open to registered Cornell students, faculty and staff. For the most up to date information on our workshops, please visit: https://spaces.library.cornell.edu/calendar/CULworkshops/

Understanding the Middle East through Geologic Movement: Selections from the Barazangi Map Collection

Located on Level B in Olin Library, Understanding the Middle East through Geologic Movement: Selections from the Barazangi Map Collection features maps donated by Professor Muawia Barazangi, emeritus professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.  The maps and images explore how plate tectonics created, and shaped the geography of the Middle East, and […]

Extended Study Hours at Olin & Uris through December 20th

Olin Library will be open until midnight on: Friday, December 13th, Saturday, December 14th, and Friday, December 20th . All of Uris Library (including Circulation, the book stacks, the Kinkeldey Room, and AD White Library) will be open until 11 pm on : Friday, December 13th, Saturday, December 14th, and Friday, December 20th . In […]

Start Your Online Research, Anywhere

When you’re off-campus, start your search at library.cornell.edu for full access to all databases, online journals, article texts, and other resources requiring a Cornell subscription. When you click on subscription-only resources, you’ll be prompted for your NetID and password to begin two-factor authentication. If you don’t start at the library’s homepage, use Passkey for electronic access. […]

Cornell Companions in Olin Library November 12th

                                  Join us in the Olin Lobby (just outside Libe Cafe’s entrance) for another visit from the Cornell Companions. The Companions will be in Olin, intermittently, from 12 pm to 7 pm. For more information on the Cornell Companions […]

Fall Workshops at Cornell University Library

Learn how to better manage your research with Zotero.   Build data organization skills.  Want to learn how to use a Laser Cutter? You can learn all these skills, and more, at  Cornell University Library’s Workshop series.  To learn more and sign up for sessions, please visit: https://spaces.library.cornell.edu/calendar/CULworkshops.

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