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An automated Twitter account shares vibrant images from a collection of Hebrew manuscripts in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library with an engaged, global audience of scholars, students, and sharp-eyed Twitter scrollers.
The University Archives remembers "Columbia Lou" on the first annual Lou Gehrig Day, which supports ALS awareness and research, with photos, yearbook entries & other memories from Gehrig's time as a Columbia Lion.
A recently re-discovered photo of South Field, where Columbia Football games were played from 1915-1922, shows a long-lost view of the Morningside campus from Amsterdam Avenue to Broadway.
A wildfire recently destroyed the Jagger Reading Room at the University of Cape Town - and priceless artifacts on African history along with it. Here's how researchers can help the library's recovery efforts.
Columbia University Libraries is thrilled to welcome students to campus this summer! Whether you’re returning to campus or arriving for the first time, here are five easy ways to get started at the Libraries.
Online library catalogs help users find specific materials from anywhere in the world, but what happens when an item's full title isn't included in its catalog record? The Burke Library takes on a metadata mystery.
E-handouts created by Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque enable library users to learn new research methods, skills, and software in a virtual environment.
Banu Pekol, a fellow with the University's Institute for the Study of Human Rights, discusses the role of architectural documentation and preservation in her work in memory, trauma, and human rights advocacy.
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