Archive for March, 2010

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

An announcement from our archivist Jane Subramanian:

I wanted to share the good news that Northern New York Library Network has completed digitizing the full run of our campus student newspaper The Racquette from 1927 when it began through May 2009. They accomplished the digitizing from the microfilm version that was just created in January for longterm preservation. We will continue to house the print originals and one copy of the microfilm in the College Archives.

The digital version is now available online at Northern New York Library Network’s Northern New York Historical Newspapers website. It is keyword searchable, which should give everyone much better access than we have ever had. Hopefully this will help those who need better access: campus projects in offices, research projects for faculty and students, and enjoyment/informational needs for alumni.

The direct link is at

You can also view it as part of NNYLN’s entire website covering historical newspapers in the North Country, with the web address at as well – mousing over St. Lawrence County brings up the list – it is entered under “Racquette” in the alphabetical string.
Current issues are also available online through the work of the Racquette office at

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

New Release from the Government Printing Office (GPO) with a link to the full text of the legislation.  Health Care Reform.

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

23 years of C-Span coverage of American political history has been posted for open access.  See

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Make a one-on-one appointment with a librarian to review the most useful resources…a great way to get a jump start on any assignment!

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

When full-text is unavailable in the Science Direct database you can use Citation Linker to determine article availability elsewhere or request ILL.  Ask-a-Librarian if you need assistance.

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Recently we received a number of comments requesting more recreational reading (popular, fiction etc.) to be purchased. Did you know that the library already actively collects in these categories for our Bregman Browsing Collection?

In order to make these books more visible we have created Goodreads page. Here you can browse the collection by category (these categories will continue to expand) and find something interesting to read.

To get a call number for a book you’ve found on our Goodreads profile simply click the Worldcat link found under the book’s description.

You can get to this page by clicking HERE. Or, you can click the Goodreads icon on the library homepage.

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Join us TODAY at 4:00pm for the final Bregman Book Discussion of the year.

Here are the details of this week’s book:

A Passion for Mars by Andrew Chaikin

The quest for Mars is chronicled in this story about Earthbound explorers caught in the irresistible pull of the Red Planet. Based on extensive interviews, Chaikin’s account will resonate with anyone who has ever dreamed of a journey to Mars.

We hope to see you there!