I'm pleased to announce that The Graduate Center has been able to add or extend our access to the following journals! Please contact Mason Brown email@example.com with any questions.
Advanced Energy Materials 2001-present
Advanced Materials Interfaces 2014-present
Advanced Optical Materials 2013-present
Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 2020-present
Nature Climate Change (back file) 2007 - present
Nature Electronics 2018-present
Nature Reviews Chemistry 2017-present
Nature Reviews Materials 2016-present
Nature Sustainability 2018-present
Social Epistemology 1987-present
We now have access to the complete Royal Society of Chemistry collection! In addition to the basic title package, we can access these additional databases:
I'm pleased to announce that we now have access to the full runs of three new titles that had been requested:
As usual, these can be accessed through these links, through the Journals search tab on the library website, or through the Grad Center's Google Scholar link. Please let me know if you have any questions, or have any additional title requests.
The ASRC and CUNY Grad Center can now access the full texts of two new journals. We now have access to Science Signaling from 2008 to the present, and Science Translational Medicine from 2009 to the present. You can access them from anywhere through these links, through the library catalog, or through the GC's link to Google Scholar.
The Entire Optical Society of America journal package is now available at the ASRC and the Graduate Center! You can access this new journal package through the link below, through the Journals and Databases tab on this guide, or through the library homepage. Remember, if asked to log in, be sure to use your Grad Center username and password, not your ASRC credentials.
Advanced Science Research Center faculty, staff, and students are eligible for the same library privileges as all GC faculty, staff, and students:
For full details about library privileges, see the Access & Borrowing guide.
There are many ways to get help from a librarian — choose the method that best suits your needs:
Chat: Chat with an academic librarian 24/7. If available, a CUNY librarian will answer your chat.
Email: Complete the question submission form and receive a reply by email.
By Appointment: Schedule a one-on-one research consultation by contacting your subject librarian.
In Person: Visit the reference desk (2nd floor of library) during reference hours.
Phone: Call the reference desk at (212) 817-7077 during reference hours.
Thursday, February 13 - Advanced Web of Science Searching - 10:00-11:1010 am
Thursday, February 27 - Zotero for Citation Management - 10:00-11:1010 am
Thursday, March 26 - Zotero for Citation Management - 10:00-11:1010 am
Thursday, April 2 - Open Access Publishing and Institutional Repository Use - 10:00-11:1010 am
Thursday. April 23 - Predatory Publishers - 10:00-11:1010 am
All seminars are held in the Seminar Room on the 1st Floor of the ASRC immediately after the Science Cafe, and are open to all ASRC students and faculty.
All seminars will be conducted over Zoom until further notice.