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Introducing the Scholarly Communication Awareness Program for Library Liaisons

One of the CUL Priority Objectives has been formalizing the network of library liaisons to departments and academic programs across the University to strengthen relationships (Objective III...

Mathematics Library Tour for staff, Oct. 8, 11 am-noon

The Math Library is hosting its annual staff tour from 11-noon on Monday, October 8.  Whether you have never been to the math library, or are a frequent visitor, all are welcome to...

The Library in the News: 9/28/12

The Cornell Chronicle wrote a story on the archiving of Diacritics, a prominent literary journal, with the Library:...

Ezra Magazine cover article about CUL

Ezra Magazine just published a cover article about CUL beautifully written by Gwen Glazer <http://ezramagazine.cornell.edu/...

Take One: October 1, 2012 (Vonnegut, banned books, and libraries)

Yesterday marked the beginning of the 30th anniversary of banned books week, sponsored by the American Library Association and other associations (including the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund!).

NSF Data Management Plan Info Sessions, Oct. 8 & Oct. 9 at 12:30 pm

The Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG) invites you to attend an informational session on the NSF Data Management Plan grant proposal requirements. Staff from the RDMSG will review the...

Instruction Discussions, October 16 and November 20, 9:30-10:30 am -- Save the Dates!

The PSEC Instruction Committee will be sponsoring two instruction discussions this fall, on October 16 and November 20 (both Tuesdays) from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.  Anyone is welcome to...

Save the dates! LFSC presents: Get to Know Your AULs!

Have you ever wondered exactly what an Associate University Librarian does? And how one AUL’s job differs from another’s? Well, wonder no more. The Library Forum Steering Committee presents...

Take One: September 24, 2012 (Our brother's keeper)

I thought a lot about Cain and Abel after viewing the short video that we will see this Thursday at our upcoming Library Forum on harassment and discrimination in the workplace. You may recall the...