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SBU Libraries Honor International Games Day

To further prove that we are more than just books, the Library has been diligently assembling a series of fun yet educational events and activities that highlight more than just our collection of over two million titles. Earlier this year,

Posted in Central Reading Room, Events, Game Studies, Library Outreach, Melville Library

Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places? Try WestlawNext

Stony Brook University Libraries are now offering access to the WestlawNext legal research system from two dedicated terminals in the Central Reading Room of the Melville Library. Fulltext primary law coverage includes state and federal caselaw, statutes and regulations. West’s

Posted in Central Reading Room, Databases, Electronic Resources, Government Information, Libraries, Melville Library

Artifacts from Regatta Boat Live On in the Central Reading Room

The Game Lab goes Topsy-Turvy in honor of this year’s Roth Regatta theme.

Posted in Central Reading Room, Game Studies, Library Outreach, Melville Library

American Horror Story: the Microfilm Scanner 400

The return of our digital microfilm reader puts all scanning fears to rest.

Posted in Central Reading Room, Libraries, Research, Technology

SBU Libraries: More Than Just Books

SBU Libraries is more than just a collection of over 2.1 million books, journals, and databases, though those are, arguably, our greatest asset.

Posted in Central Reading Room, Library Outreach, Melville Library

Welcome! Please Pardon Our Rubble

There are changes afoot in the Central Reading Room!

Posted in Central Reading Room

April contests, activities in the Central Reading Room

This month the Central Reading Room is providing patrons with fun distractions and a chance at prizes, just for using our services.

Posted in Central Reading Room, Libraries, Library Outreach, Melville Library, New and Notable, Reference, Research

The 17th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival

The Staller Center will soon be hosting the 17th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival, July 19-28, 2012.

Posted in Central Reading Room, Events, Film Studies, Stony Brook University