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Announcing New T&F Education Collection
We are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of 220 new education journals published by Taylor and Francis as part of its Education Collection of scholarly, peer-reviewed literature, with many articles contribute…
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Phased Reopening: Important Annoucement
The Gottesman Libraries is implementing a phased reopening plan, with most resources and services remaining online through the Fall. Our goal is to bring back high-impact services and occupancy in a safe, gradual way …
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Staff Picks: Education and Race
"America has a social mobility problem. The Supreme Court declared racial segregation to be unconstitutional. With this declaration it was assumed that…
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Everett Cafe: Remote Learning: Shifting to the New Normal
With the prevalence of distance education in today's pandemic world, Remote Learning: Shifting to the New Normal
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Announcing Paging and Pick Up
The Gottesman Libraries is pleased to announce Paging and Pick Up to facilitate access to print collections …
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Highlighted Databases: Key Resources for Research
There are several key databases that are critical for searching the literature in essentially all subject fields at Teachers College. Be sure to see the page Databases by Department for checklists of additional resour…
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September Newsletter: Education Program
The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students,…
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Highlighted Databases: Remote Learning
In August we feature databases that highlight remote learning, as distance education continues to play a critical role in schools of all levels throughout our nation and across the globe. Remote learning, whether sync…
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August Newsletter: Education Program
The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students,…
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Free Scholarship from Project Muse: Confronting Structural Racism
Project Muse is is offering a selection of temporarily free scholarship on the history of structural racism in the United States and how the country can realize anti-racist reform."The deaths of Geor…
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