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  S18_1968_TEASER.jpgActivism in the Archive
This semester’s events and exhibits to commemorate the global revolutions of 1968 inspired Columbia students to engage directly with archival materials from the era and explore the legacies of young activists not unlike themselves.
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  S18_FacultyWork_DD_TEASER.jpgThe Divine Connector
In partnership with Professor Teodolinda Barolini and Columbia’s Italian Department, the Libraries is working to digitally connect art, sound, commentary, Renaissance incunabula, and historical scholarship related to Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy and the medieval world.
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  S18_YourLibrary_TEASER.pngWe Are Your Library
For all of the changes in the information landscape and our expanding ideas about which materials have a place in our collections, what continues to be most valuable to us are the human interactions. The future of the library is long, and the continuum of that arc is our people.
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  S18_WebArchives_TEASER.jpgCountering Impermanence
In addition to building its own web archives - all of which are publicly accessible – the Libraries collects collaboratively with peer institutions and partners to ensure the capture and preservation of a highly ephemeral resource. read more »
  S18_StaffProfile_IgnacioSanchez_TEASER.jpgStaff Profile: Ignacio Sanchez
Research Support and Digital Services Librarian Ignacio Sanchez discusses his approach to working with faculty and students, little-known collections in the Business Library, and how his part-time job as a student worker turned into a career.
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  In the News  
Vanity Fair
”The Whole World is Watching”: An Oral History of the 1968 Columbia Uprising
April 2018
EduCause Review
NextGen Innovation in Scholarly Communications: An Exemplary Collaboration between a Research Library and a Technology Partner
March 26, 2018
New York Times
At Columbia, Revisiting the Revolutionary Students of 1968
March 21, 2018
Columbia Spectator
How a Book Warehouse is Changing Columbia’s Library System
March 9, 2018
Columbia News
Columbia Libraries to Digitize Rare Muslim World Manuscripts
February 19, 2018
New York Times
Arthur Mitchell, Ballet’s ‘Grandfather of Diversity’
January 5, 2018
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