The Library Website and other resources will not be available from 8am – 10pm tomorrow, Friday, June 26 due to maintenance.
Posted by lrath on June 25, 2009
Posted by lrath on June 9, 2009
June 1-June 21, 2009
- Newman Library is open Monday-Saturday, 7am-Midnight
- Closed on Sundays
- Hours for the Circulation, Periodicals, Reference & Reserve desks are: Monday-Thursday, 9am-8:50pm; Friday 9am-4:50pm; Saturday, 10am-4:50pm
- Laptop Loan Desk hours are: Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-8:30pm; Friday 9:30am-4:30pm; Saturday, 10:30am-4:30pm
June 22-August 14, 2009
- Newman Library is open Monday-Thursday, 7am-Midnight
- Closed on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
- Hours for the Circulation, Periodicals, Reference & Reserve desks are: Monday-Thursday, 9am-8:50pm
- Laptop Loan Desk hours are: Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-8:30pm
August 15-August 27, 2009, Intersession
- Newman Library is closed except for Baruch faculty and patrons who need to clear their library accounts or return equipment.
- Hours for the above exceptions are Monday-Friday, 9am-4:50pm.
- Closed Saturday and Sunday
- Use Ask-A-Librarian for email and live chat reference help. (Please read the guidelines first)
- The book drop is located on the 1st floor of the 25th St. building, beyond the turnstiles
- For additional library information, call 646-312-1600
- The library will begin Fall semester hours on Friday, August 28, 2009
Posted by lrath on May 18, 2009
May 16-24, 24 hours access study space for Baruch students
- The Newman Library will be open continuously from 7:00am on May 15th through 11:59pm on May 24th. (24 Hours for Baruch students only. All others will be asked to leave at midnight.)
- Please note the library is open as a study space only. All service desks (Circulation, Reference, Laptop Loan desks operate with normal hours.
- **Reference desk will be closed on Sunday, May 24th
- **May 25, Closed for Memorial Day
- May 26, 9:00am-7:00pm.
Intersession 2009, May 27-31
- The library is closed except for: Baruch faculty, Patrons who need to clear their library accounts or return equipment, graduating students and their families are welcome to visit to take pictures. Hours will be: May 27-29, 9:am-4:50pm
- **May 30 & 31, Closed
Posted by lrath on May 8, 2009
Schedule a research consultation if you need in-depth assistance with complex research assignments. Learn how to:
- Focus your research topic
- Plan your research strategy
- Identify relevant sources of information
- Find and evaluate sources efficiently
If needed, sessions can be up to 60 minutes long. Consultations are open to Baruch College students, faculty, and staff only. Group appointments are available. Please allow a minimum of two days for us to schedule an appointment with you.
Posted by lrath on March 24, 2009
At the request of Undergraduate Student Government the library will be open to Baruch College students for 24 hours for a second week of mid-terms. The library will is now open around the clock until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 27.
Posted by lrath on March 5, 2009
Newman Library will be open 24 hours during mid-terms.
- The library will be open continuously from 7:00am on March 15th through 11:59pm on March 21st.
- Please note, only Baruch students have access after midnight.
- Service desks (Reference, Circulation, Laptop loan desk) close earlier in the day.
- Circulation, Periodicals, & Reserve Desk hours: Monday-Thursday, 9am-9:50pm; Friday, 9am-7:50pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10am-7:50pm
- Laptop Loan Desk hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-9:30pm; Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10:30am-4:30pm
- Reference Desk hours: Monday-Thursday, 9am-8:50pm; Friday, 9am-4:50pm; Saturday-Sunday, 10am-4:50pm
- Ask-a-Librarian (chat reference) – is always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Posted by lrath on March 4, 2009
Stop by Newman Library’s Reference Desk (2nd floor) for brief yet informative 15 minute workshops every Tuesday and Thursday at 12:45pm.
March 5th, Thursday, workshop: “Company’s Coming .. Are you prepared?” will help you with researching companies.
*You can drop in or sign-up for these workshops.
Posted by lrath on January 29, 2009
The Practice Room , room 636 in the 6th floor computing lab of the Library/Technology Building, is available to Baruch College students to practice their class presentations using the same technology (podium, projector, computer) that is found in Baruch’s smart classrooms.
You can borrow the key for the room at the Newman Library circulation/reserve desk. The keys are charged out for a 1-hour loan or until 10 minutes before the desk closes, whichever is earlier. Groups are allowed one renewal (for the same loan period), if no other group is waiting.
Posted by lrath on January 26, 2009
It is the start of a new semester so make sure you ….
- Validate your Baruch ID card at the Circulation desk on the 2nd floor of the library so you can borrow materials and use other CUNY libraries
- Subscribe to the Newman Library Graduate Services blog to get updates about library developments and to read research tips (subscription options in the menu on the right)
- Tour the library, virtually to become familiar with library services and resources available to you. Take the Newman Library Virtual Tour, available in English, Spanish, Russian, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese (Simple and Traditional). Or view short, online videos describing Newman Library Graduate Services.
Posted by lrath on January 22, 2009
You are reading an article you found in a library database, and the author of the article quotes/cites another person’s work that you would like to incorporate into your paper. Who do you cite and how?
If you want to use a source that was cited in another source (a secondary source) for a paper you are writing ….
- Name the original source in your signal phrase
- Include the secondary source in your parenthetical citation, preceded by the words “as cited in”
- List the secondary source in your reference list/bibliography
In this APA example, Mills is the secondary source:
Jordan argued that …. (as cited in Mills, 2007, p. 70).
If you are required to use another style, such as MLA, Chicago, or Turabian, please refer to the respective style manual on how to cite indirect sources (this information could be listed under “indirect sources”, “citing sources”, or “in-text parentheticals”, also.)