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Access SBU Libraries eBooks any time, anywhere!

Did you know that you can access eBooks at Stony Brook University Libraries whenever you’d like, even when you’re off campus?  Simply log in with your NetID and password to read eBooks chosen to support the wide variety of academic

Posted in eBooks, Research, Technology

Faculty Exhibition features collaboration between Music Department and the Library

Margaret Schedel, Associate Professor of Composition and Computer Music, and Patrice Scanlon, Multimedia Resources Specialist for the Library’s Technology, Discovery and Digital Initiatives, collaborated on an interactive work entitled “A Train of a Thousand Wings,” which allows the listener to manipulate

Posted in About Us, Art, Music, Technology

Come join the Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) – LabArchives Presentation

ELN is a program that allows scientists, engineers, and researchers to digitally document lab notes, data, and procedures of experiments.  These systems are designed to replace paper laboratory notebooks.  Electronic lab notebooks are fairly new technology but offer many benefits

Posted in Biology, Chemistry, Technology

Uday Takes On a New Role…

The Stony Brook University Libraries community extends congratulations to Mr. Uday Karki in his new role as Supervising Programmer Analyst. Uday has been a longtime member of the SBU Libraries family, previously serving in various positions as Senior Programmer, Web

Posted in About Us, Technology

Welcome Shafeek Fazal!

On October 28, Stony Brook University Libraries welcomed Shafeek Fazal,  who has joined us as the Associate Director for Library Technology, Discovery and Digital Services. Shafeek comes to SBU from SUNY Maritime, where he had been the Library Director of

Posted in Technology

TALENT Grant Awards

Kristen Nyitray, Head of Special Collections and University Archives, and Associate Professor Ray Guins of the Department of Cultural Analysis and Theory have been awarded a $6,000 TLT TALENT Grant for their project “Digitization of Documents for the William A.

Posted in New and Notable, Technology

Spotlight: Project MUSE

Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content; its electronic journal collections support a wide array of research. MUSE is a source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world’s leading university presses

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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

SOMAS and Library collaborate to re-issue previously published works

The Stony Brook University Libraries and the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SOMAS) announces the online, re-issue in digital format of the school’s well established and respected, published research —  Special Reports and Working Papers series.  Previously published in bound

Posted in Digital Collections, Environmental Art, Architecture and Design, Environmental Humanities, Libraries, Library Science, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, MASIC, Preservation, Research, Sustainability, Technology

Long Overdue Photocopy Features Now Available

If you’ve been in the Library recently  you may have noticed that the clunky coin boxes that formerly accompanied our photocopy machines have been done away with.  In their place, a card swipe machine for your Stony Brook University IDs

Posted in Libraries, Technology