June’s Graphic Novel Book Group meeting discussed Persephone. Don’t miss out on next month’s event, contact Eileen Dolan for more info.
Greg Lambert & Marlene Gebauer at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog offer some valuable Advice for Law Students in their latest podcast, a mini-episode of The Geek In Review:
“This week, we continue our discussion on how law students can have a stressful time in the three years they are in law school. We […]
NYLI’s Director of IT and Marketing will be giving a webinar presentation titled Creating Escape Room Programs and Other Immersive Experiences in Libraries with the ALA next Wednesday June 26th at 2:30pm to 4:00pm EDT.
We found that our own Alexander Hamilton-themed escape room that we hosted at NYLI was a very effective tool to highlight our historical collections and […]
Post authored by Emily Moog
NYLI Research Librarian Emily Moog was reviewing 19th Century newspapers regarding its history when she discovered the identities of the two unknown busts residing in its reading room
They are James T. Brady and Francis Brockhoist Cutting !
James T. Brady bust currently at NYLI and painting by Joseph Alexander Ames, 1869, The […]
Congratulations to our Head of Reference Karen Oesterle for winning LLAGNYs 2019 Outstanding Member Award and to our Research Librarian Emily M. Moog for winning this year’s AALL/ PLLIP SIS Summit grant. Both of these talented, hard-working researchers deserve this recognition, kudos!
We are very concerned to hear of events earlier this week, and know that the incident must have jarred your nerves as well as caused displacement in your workplace.
We offer NYLI’s workspace and resources for any firms affected by this tragedy, whether they are members or not. If you would like to come in […]
Lindsay McKenzie writes for Inside Higher Ed about Artificial intelligence that reads journal articles and highlights key findings could help researchers stay on top of the latest research. But the technology isn’t ready for prime time.
“Using a form of artificial intelligence called a neural network, scientists at MIT and the Qatar Computing Research Institute […]
Law Librarians at the Sir James Dunn Law Library at Dalhousie University designed an escape room to test and compare legal research skills retention among first, second, and third year law school students.
“In a corner of the basement of the Sir James Dunn Law Library, behind an unassuming door, is a room on campus […]
In this series of blog posts, Miriam Kahn, MLS, PhD writes for Lucidea about Librarians and Technology: Deep Thinking Means Focused Attention.
“As we think deeply about information, we realize that all information, all knowledge is interconnected. That statement seems very jejune but the concept is often lost as we spend our days in the […]