Lehman faculty - As we transition to teaching online - the Library continues to offer online services for students and faculty.
First - we would like to remind you that many of the Library’s books and journals are available electronically and are accessible off campus. Instructions on how to access these resources are included in our remote resources guide and our mobile apps guide.
All CUNY Libraries have suspended regular overdue fines - as well as overdue fines for recalled materials. Also - all CUNY Libraries now allow at least nine renewals of circulating items and will automatically renew items checked out to you. Additionally - Interlibrary Loan staff will automatically request renewals of ILL items on your behalf.
FAQs about the Library and its services can be searched via Lehman FAQs
Library faculty can provide instruction online. Please request a class through the form if you would like to explore that option for your students.
Textbooks and Open Educational Resources [OER]
The access afforded by OER is especially critical during this pandemic. Our students typically share books, borrow textbooks on reserve, or use pirated copies online. These options are not safe nor advisable right now.
The advantage of OER is that students can access these resources online for free. The OER Research Guide has more information and links to OER by discipline as well as search engines to find OER.
Open Access to Scholarship
You can post your own scholarly work in the CUNY Academic Works institutional repository to establish unrestricted public access to it. You can also search other Open Access repositories for scholarship not available through our library subscriptions. If you need assistance with either of these, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Fair Use and Copyright
Copyright experts have put together this guidance, Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research, on fair use during the pandemic.
Please contact your library liaison with any questions about library resource