New in IC Library: Journal of education advancement & marketing

We now have print copies of the Journal of Education Advancement & Marketing in stacks:  We only have print access at this time.  If you see an article you like we can deliver it via our Interlibrary Loan interface; just fill out the form: 


Library News: New ProQuest databases added

The following ProQuest databases are now available through the library website’s Databases page:

  • Biology Database
  • Computing Database
  • Family Health Database
  • Religion Database
  • Science Database
  • US Newsstream

US Newsstream contains the Ithaca Journal.  Here is a direct link to the Ithaca Journal: 

Cathy: on vacation from July 29th to August 6th

I’m on vacation from July 29th to August 6th.  If you need immediate assistance, please contact the IC Reference desk:  Our phone line is currently out-of-order so email is recommended (you can leave a message but the phone is physically gone; Reference has been checking voice mail twice a day).
Here are the library hours: 

Check out a film from our Multimedia Desk, an audio book for your travels, or one of our Popular Reading books.
Hope you’re enjoying your summer!

Library News: ArtStor has a new look

From our E-Resources Librarian today:

Artstor [a library database that includes over a million visual images] has a new look and new functionality. You find details here.

Artstor offers recorded and live introductions to the site. Each 45 minute live session will demonstrate searching, creating and using Image Groups, sharing and presenting in the Digital Library, and more.


WEDNESDAY: Internet users & the biggest sites on the net are uniting to save #NetNeutrality


Library News: Gannett Newspapers database dropped; U.S. Newsstream added

We will have access to Gannett Newsstand (ProQuest) through NOVELNY until June 30, 2017.

We will have access to the Ithaca Journal and top newspapers via U.S. Newsstream on the ProQuest platform beginning August 1. You can read more about it here:

U.S. Newsstream will be added to the library’s database list starting August 1st.