One of the benefits of working at the Touro College Midwood Library is that if I walk out of the building and cross the street, I’m at the Brooklyn Public Library Midwood branch. Between the college library and the public library…I spend a LOT of my time in libraries. I have library cards for three different library systems (New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, and my hometown library), and on a given day, I have five or six books out and a few more ordered from other locations. But if I already spend so much time in the Touro library, why do I need the public library? Continue reading
That’s right: The Midtown branch of the Touro Libraries is moving to a new building! Starting next week, we’ll be at 320 W. 31st St., surrounded by your classrooms, for easy access before and after your classes!
We’re excited to be right in the middle of the action and hope that our new facilities will provide a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere for your questions, research, and studying.
We hope to see you there soon!
This fall will be a fresh start for many of our students at the Touro School of Health Sciences in Bay Shore. But whether you are a returning student or just starting out, please keep in mind that the library has many resources for you. We can assist you in learning how to locate books, find full-text articles, and conduct research. While on campus, you may benefit from our quiet study spaces, research computer center, and of course, your friendly librarians. Continue reading
Do you have readings you’d like to make available to all your students online?
- E-Reserves – Post electronic copies of course readings for your students. We’ll take care of the securing the copyright clearance and uploading the documents. Contact your chief librarian or fill out the e-reserves submission form to get started.
- E-books and Databases – If you’re looking for easily accessible and low-cost materials for your classes, our ebook collections, and electronic databases are a great resource. Link directly to most books and articles from BlackBoard, Canvas or email.
- Open Educational Resources – You can use many free resources in your class, including high-quality peer-reviewed textbooks with instructor material. Tell us which commercial textbook you would like to replace, and we will show you what’s available for your discipline. Contact Juliana.firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve attended quite a few conferences on many different topics relevant to librarianship, but never had the opportunity to help organize one. When several people on the Digital Commons Google Forum started to speak about putting together a group just for those institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region of the USA, I wanted in. Continue reading