SERLING FEST 2018 — JULY 6-7 IN BINGHAMTON, NY

The ROD SERLING MEMORIAL FOUNDATION is hosting a two-day event that you don’t want to miss. You may have attended our THE TWILIGHT ZONE COMES HOME* event last year… this year’s Festival will bigger and better!

SERLING FEST 2018 will be two-days of celebrating Rod Serling and his work – including 50th Anniversary screenings of “Planet of the Apes” (1968) and “Twilight Zone – The Movie.” If you’ve never seen these films “on the big screen” – here’s your chance to view them the way they were shown 50 years ago in theaters nationwide!

Please check out the Special Edition of our NEWSLETTER for more information: http://www.rodserling.com/SerlingFest2018/newsletter.specedition.fest2018.pdf

Thanks – and I look forward to seeing you in Rod Serling’s hometown in July!

[from: GORDON C. WEB Newsletter Editor, email 6/4/2018]

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Enter the Twilight Zone… Friday the 13th, 8-10 pm IC Library #NationalLibraryWeek @ithacalibrary

The IC Library, in partnership with Prof. Chrissy Guest and the Fiction Field Production class, will screen two original Twilight Zone episodes and two original student productions.

Rod Serling, creator of the Twilight Zone, taught at IC from the late 1960’s until his death in 1975.  The College Archives houses Serling’s TZ scripts and personal copies of his films. In celebration of National Library Week , please join us for as we recognize a distinctive Ithaca College collection and its enduring inspiration for IC students.

Two passes to Cinemapolis will be awarded! Snacks will be provided!

This event is for students, staff and faculty of Ithaca College.

Save the date through the IC Events Calendar

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LexisNexis Academic is now Nexis Uni

Access Nexis Uni: http://ezproxy.ithaca.edu:2048/login?url=https://www.nexisuni.com

Nexis Uni webinar registration (free online training):  Webinar registration page

Nexis Uni support page:  www.lexisnexis.com/nexisunisupport

The LexisNexis Academic link will be removed from the databases list on January 2. Nexis Uni is the interface that is replacing it. The content is the same.

NEW! ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Chicago Tribune; LA Times; WaPo

NOW Available!!!

In addition to the NYT (1851-2013) and the WSJ (1889-2000) (which we’ve subscribed for years) Ithaca College Library now has access to the following ProQuest historical newspapers:

  • Chicago Tribune (1849-1993)
  • Los Angeles Times (1881-1993)
  • The Washington Post (1877-2000)

Check it out by signing in with Netpass and viewing the checked databases on the ProQuest list of databases (click the + next to ProQuest Historical Newspapers to see the full list): https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.ithaca.edu/databases/advanced?accountid=11644

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This week is Open Access Week

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This week is Open Access Weekhttp://www.openaccessweek.org/

Celebrate by exploring one of the following library guides:

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

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Library news: Spring into Summer 2017

Hope everyone has a great semester.  Stop by to say hello if you’re in the library. — Cathy

Communication Studies
Greetings to the Communication Studies faculty.  With the retirement of Dr. Saunders, I will serve as your library liaison.  I know some of you from my work with Culture and Communications or with Legal Studies.  I look forward to getting to know you and your students.   I’ll post a general notice, such as this, at the beginning and end of each semester.  During the semester, I’ll email you with any important news concerning library resources and services.

Digital Commons @ IC
The Digital Commons
is the library’s platform that supports the creative and scholarly output of our campus.   With your consent, I’ll add your content to our interface as a summer project.  If interested, please send me your C.V.  For more information, refer to our Digital Commons @ IC guide.   

FY 2016-2017 ACQUISITIONS
Attached is a list of titles ordered and received from 6/1/16 to present.

NEW ACQUISITIONS FY 16-17 FINAL (click to open in Google Docs) [update pending 5/5/17]

These are titles that have been ordered on the following funds: culture & communication, video funds, journalism, legal studies, IMC, CMD & TVR.  Some funds are posted as ebooks if an ebook is selected.

Please be sure to check the catalog for location and status (to see if it is not checked out).  New Books might be on the new books shelf as you enter the library, in the stacks, checked out, or at the binders.  New book titles (in general) can be browsed on the CATALOG tab of the  library’s homepage; you can also browse new films under the FILM tab.

 

I’ve been collecting films on the Oscar Shortlist.

ORDER RECOMMENDATIONS
Recommend a book or video purchase by emailing me.    Let me know if I can create a list of titles on a particular subject for you.   Remember that our collection development policy stipulates that we do not purchase core texts assigned for classes.  Also, many more books are available in digital format; let me know if you prefer an e-book format. If you’ve published a book or chapter I would be interested in purchasing it for our collection.  Funds will be available the week of June 1st.

DATABASE UPDATES

  • Argos:  Argos currently is in beta development The library will switch over to the improved interface after the semester ends.
  • Lexis Uni: LexisNexis Academic will be replaced by Nexis Uni interface by the end of 2017 (as per the vendor).  LexisNexis is my go to database for national and international news, broadcast transcripts, company information, laws and law reviews.
  • Black Newspapers:  Beginning August 1, we will no longer have access to the Black Newspapers Database. Much of the content is already available in our Ethnic Newswatch database.
  • Film Scripts Online: Cancelled as of July 31st.  Please see my Writing for Film, TV and Emerging Media guide for alternatives (added 5/19/17).
  • Ithacan archive:  will be migrating from the Olive platform to the Digital Commons by July 31st (added 5/19/17).
  • Polling the Nations: will have 1 user rather than 4 simultaneous users (added 5/19/17).
  • ProQuest Arts Premium Package:  will cease as of July 31st.  Art Full Text, Music Index, & International Theatre and Dance will be reinstated on the EBSCO platform (added 5/19/17).

ICSM
If you’re teaching an Ithaca Seminar in Fall 2017, I would like the opportunity to present library basic skills to the first year students based on an online library research guide you can link to in Sakai.  I’ll be in attendance at the library session of the ICSM workshop on May 19th where my colleague will present our Student Learning Outcomes Appropriate for First Year Students.

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION / RESEARCH CONSULTATIONS
Thanks for referring students to me for Research Consultations and inviting me to your classes.   I’m always open to visiting classes this Summer or Fall.  Let me know if you’d like a library research guide designed for your class or event.

CATHY: ON VACATION late May;  AT CONFERENCE late June
I’ll be on vacation the week of May 22nd to May 31st.  I’ll be at the American Library Association conference from June 22nd to  June 27th.  Other than that, I’ll be in the library.  You can check to see when the library is open in the summer by using our calendar.   If you need help while I’m away, try our Ask a Librarian page.

Enjoy your Summer!