Did you know that the Hunter College Libraries offer for-credit classes each semester?
Congratulations to all our student award winners this year! Winners were awarded at Library Day 2015 on April 16. If you are an award winner and were unable to attend, please contact the library office at 212.772.4146 to arrange a time to pick up your prize.
2015 Winners for the Charlotte Katz Millenson Book Review Contest
Please join us this Thursday, April 16 at 2pm on the 3rd Floor of the Cooperman Library for our Annual Library Day Celebration!
We will celebrate faculty, staff, and student accomplishments and our libraries during National Library Week.
You have until 12 noon on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 to enter this contest. Write an essay!
Has a book ever changed your life? Tell us about it for a chance to win a prize!
First Prize Undergraduate or Graduate - $250 Gift Card Second Prize Undergraduate or Graduate - $150 Gift Card About the Contest Tell us about the influence of a book on your life. Your entry may be in the form of an essay or book review. There are no restrictions on the type or subject of the book. The important thing is that the book impacted your life in a meaningful way.
A one-credit Information Research course.
Early American Newspapers trial through December 5, 2014: Full text of early American newspapers (Early American Newspapers Series 1, 1690-1876) from Newsbank.
Kanopy Streaming Video through November 21: Streaming videos on the Kanopy platform; trial content includes MEF, Criterion Collection, PBS, First Run Features, Green Planet films and more.
Find these and all our trial databases here: http://library.hunter.cuny.edu/databases/type/14
We ask all faculty to help us recognize exceptional work done by Hunter students.
We have a trial to NewspaperARCHIVE.com through November 15, 2014. All our trial databases are available from the Databases tab on the library homepage when you select Browse by Type --> Trial Products
"NewspaperARCHIVE.com, the largest historical newspaper database online, contains tens of millions of newspaper pages from 1607 to present. Every newspaper in the archive is fully searchable by keyword and date, making it easy for you to quickly explore historical content."