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Students, faculty, and staff can access databases from off-campus by using their CUNY Credentials: email@example.com. This is the same login used to access Blackboard and CUNYFirst.
Ebook Central (formerly Ebrary) features a growing selection of more than 150,000 titles from more than 200 leading academic, scientific, technical, medical, and professional publishers. You will need to sign in to view the ebooks. Go to Downloading ebooks for more information.
More than 121,000 eBooks including titles from leading university presses such as Oxford University Press, State University of New York Press, Cambridge University Press, University of California Press, MIT Press, Harvard University Press and many others.Go to Downloading Ebooks from Ebsco
Search the worlds leading scholarly journals, books, and proceedings in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities and navigate the full citation network.
All cited references for all publications are fully indexed and searchable.
Search across all authors and all author affiliations.
Track citation activity with Citation Alerts.
See citation activity and trends graphically with Citation Report.
Use Analyze Results to identify trends and publication patterns
Academic Video Online (AVON) is the most comprehensive video subscription available to libraries. It delivers more than 66,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more.
Black Perspective, published from April 1972 - October 1974, was a student-initiated cultural publication intended to share information for Blacks, by Blacks, on the Lehman College campus. The 20 issues in this series focused on the perceived needs and concerns of Blacks-- both at the College and in society at large. This publication aimed to share campus information, societal knowledge, and creative initiatives especially among the Black students.
Our Manifold instance serves as a free digital publishing platform for the entire CUNY community, where you can create and share your own scholarship, custom classroom versions of texts and textbooks that are openly licensed or in the public domain, Open Educational Resources (OER), journals, or use Manifold Reading Groups to build your own course reader from materials already available on our instance of Manifold.
Irish-American books were digitized by the CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies over the period 2007-2008. This project was supported by a grant from METRO (Metropolitan New York Library Council), a local consortium. 94 selected titles, published prior to1923, were digitized as part of this project. The bulk of the books spanned the 1880s through the 1910s.
Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is an annual publication by Clarivate Analytics It is integrated with the Web of Science. It provides information about academic journals in the natural sciences and social sciences, including impact factors.
This collection helps provide a solid foundation in general chemistry by showcasing basic lab techniques, demonstrating commonly used equipment, and exploring the theory behind fundamental methodology in chemistry
The New Play Exchange ® (NPX) is the world's largest digital library of scripts by living writers. The NPX, a National New Play Network program, is flipping the script on the ways in which new work is shared and discovered. National New Play Network (NNPN) is an alliance of professional theaters that collaborate in innovative ways to develop, produce, and extend the life of new plays.
While there is access to support materials about children's books in TeachingBooks.net includes support materials about children's books, author interviews, etc.--it primarily offers literary context for books. There are 300 (or so) full audio book readings on the site--and 13,000 brief excerpts.