Columbia University Adopts the Palace Project for E-Content
Government Technology reports that the Libraries has adopted the Palace Project app for e-content, a platform that grants Columbia students, staff, and faculty access to "hundreds of thousands of ebooks as the popularity of digital learning grows."
Announcing the Columbia University Press Spring 2023 Catalog
Columbia University Press presents the Spring 2023 catalog, which demonstrates the shared strengths of the Press and Columbia University itself. In featured books, Columbia authors build on distinguished careers to share meaningful ideas with readers around the world.
Sofia Jen Ouyang, ’24CC, Reflects on the Library Passport Program
Columbia College student Sofia Jen Ouyang, ’24CC, shares “hidden gems” in the Libraries and the benefits of the newly-launched Library Passport program, which encourages students to explore library spaces and resources in a fun and self-paced way.
Columbia University Libraries Expands Access to Mobile Ebooks
The Palace Project app provides Columbia affiliates access to more than 250,000 ebooks from the Libraries’ collections in a single location, improving users’ reading experience and consolidating ebooks from various publishers into one, simplified interface.
The Carl Sagan Medal, a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, and a Fulbright First for Columbia Nursing
Columbia News profiles faculty, staff, and students who recently received awards, including Director of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library Courtney Chartier and University Librarian Emeritus Jim Neal.
President Biden Appoints Jim Neal, University Librarian Emeritus, to National Museum and Library Services Board, Among Other Recent Honors
President Joe Biden recently announced plans to appoint University Librarian Emeritus James G. Neal to serve in one of several key roles on the National Museum and Library Services Board.
America On Fire: A Conversation on Police Violence & Black Rebellion Since the 1960s [VIDEO]
The Lehman Center for American History hosted author Dr. Elizabeth Hinton for a conversation on police violence and Black rebellion since the 1960s with Professor Jelani Cobb of the Columbia School of Journalism.
How to Use the FLI Partnership Lending Library for Low-Income or First-Generation Undergrads
The Columbia FLI Partnership Lending Library is a collection of textbooks and other course materials available to low-income and/or first-generation students from the University’s undergraduate schools.