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  • New Columbia Digital Library Collections Website (Beta) | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    content may be viewed project by project or by using a keyword search across all available projects The new site will also allow us to integrate streaming video and audio into the content In the future we expect our Digital Library Collections also to be discoverable within the Columbia s aggregated CLIO search system as well as from the Digital Public Library of America Your feedback will greatly benefit our development process Please visit the site and use the Feedback function in the Help menu at the top right hand corner or at the bottom of the page We will also be doing formal user testing during the beta period The full public launch of the website is planned for Winter 2014 Improvements and additional content ingest will continue after launch and we welcome your continued thoughts and questions as issues arise The URL is https dlc library columbia edu Leave a reply This entry was posted in Uncategorized on October 27 2014 by Allison Post navigation Library Tours Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Category RSS Feeds Ask a Librarian 34 CLIO Tips 13 Events and Exhibits 116 Featured E Resources

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/2014/10/27/new-columbia-digital-library-collections-website-beta/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Uncategorized | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    the catalog after Offsite and Online each at 2 6 million and Butler Stacks 1 07 million As a reminder improving our online catalog is a continuous process this addition is the first of a series of important additions to our catalog in the near future Your feedback is a vital component to our work We welcome comments and suggestions for improving CLIO Please use the Suggestions Feedback form under the Help menu in the upper right corner of CLIO or Ask a Librarian CLIO is built on top of the open source Blacklight search and discovery engine in use at many peer institutions including Stanford University of Virginia University of Wisconsin and Johns Hopkins University The underlying technologies powering the search are the open source search index SOLR and the Ruby on Rails web framework Keep up with the latest additions and improvements to CLIO by following the CLIO News blog This entry was posted in Uncategorized on February 19 2014 by Allison Music Arts Library exhibits scores by Marcelo Toledo by Allison on January 6 2014 Times New Roman The Gabe M Wiener Music Arts Library Exhibits scores Times New Roman by Marcelo Toledo The Music Arts Library has mounted an exhibition of works by Marcelo Toledo entitled Northern Skies Toledo an Adjunct Assistant Professor Music in the Music Department at Columbia University was born in Argentina in 1964 His compositions have been presented at International festivals and new music concerts for over 10 years Presented in the exhibition are images of scores entitled Noturno 2010 Dos miradas fugaces a la noche 2012 and Luminous emptiness 2012 All of these works derive their sonic elements from the images of 21 constellations visible in the northern hemisphere for part of the year Toledo s writes A permanent back and forth between sound material and its notation occurs in the representation of musical ideas The clear representation of visual materials re injects new possibilities into the compositional process The flexibility of the mechanism of representation expands the musical materials and opens in an almost rhizomatic way the intermediate states of the sound image relationship Toledo s interest in the visual representation in music was first presented in the solo exhibition Sound Object at The LeRoy Neiman Gallery Columbia University School of the Arts in 2004 The exhibition is on display near the entrance of the library Please visit the Music Arts Library hours page for viewing times This entry was posted in Uncategorized on January 6 2014 by Allison Finals Study Space by Allison on November 22 2013 We want to ensure you are informed about policy changes regarding access to library facilities during finals this semester Upon examination of usage data during the Spring 2013 finals period we confirmed that study space in the Watson Library of Business Economics was underutilized on evenings and weekends Thus in consultation with student leaders and the Business School administration we have revised access policies during the upcoming finals period accordingly From December

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/category/uncategorized/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Allison | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    collection in the catalog after Offsite and Online each at 2 6 million and Butler Stacks 1 07 million As a reminder improving our online catalog is a continuous process this addition is the first of a series of important additions to our catalog in the near future Your feedback is a vital component to our work We welcome comments and suggestions for improving CLIO Please use the Suggestions Feedback form under the Help menu in the upper right corner of CLIO or Ask a Librarian CLIO is built on top of the open source Blacklight search and discovery engine in use at many peer institutions including Stanford University of Virginia University of Wisconsin and Johns Hopkins University The underlying technologies powering the search are the open source search index SOLR and the Ruby on Rails web framework Keep up with the latest additions and improvements to CLIO by following the CLIO News blog This entry was posted in Uncategorized on February 19 2014 by Allison Music Arts Library exhibits scores by Marcelo Toledo by Allison on January 6 2014 Times New Roman The Gabe M Wiener Music Arts Library Exhibits scores Times New Roman by Marcelo Toledo The Music Arts Library has mounted an exhibition of works by Marcelo Toledo entitled Northern Skies Toledo an Adjunct Assistant Professor Music in the Music Department at Columbia University was born in Argentina in 1964 His compositions have been presented at International festivals and new music concerts for over 10 years Presented in the exhibition are images of scores entitled Noturno 2010 Dos miradas fugaces a la noche 2012 and Luminous emptiness 2012 All of these works derive their sonic elements from the images of 21 constellations visible in the northern hemisphere for part of the year Toledo s writes A permanent back and forth between sound material and its notation occurs in the representation of musical ideas The clear representation of visual materials re injects new possibilities into the compositional process The flexibility of the mechanism of representation expands the musical materials and opens in an almost rhizomatic way the intermediate states of the sound image relationship Toledo s interest in the visual representation in music was first presented in the solo exhibition Sound Object at The LeRoy Neiman Gallery Columbia University School of the Arts in 2004 The exhibition is on display near the entrance of the library Please visit the Music Arts Library hours page for viewing times This entry was posted in Uncategorized on January 6 2014 by Allison Finals Study Space by Allison on November 22 2013 We want to ensure you are informed about policy changes regarding access to library facilities during finals this semester Upon examination of usage data during the Spring 2013 finals period we confirmed that study space in the Watson Library of Business Economics was underutilized on evenings and weekends Thus in consultation with student leaders and the Business School administration we have revised access policies during the upcoming finals period accordingly

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/author/amm2394/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Library Tours | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    meet at the Service Desk Global Studies Monday September 8th 4pm South Asia Southeast Asia also per interest library resources tour at 308 309 Lehman Library The tour will start with a sit down talk discussion and continue with a tour of various libraries with specific emphasis on South Asia Southeast Asia library content Starr East Asian Library Thursday September 4th 3pm 5pm 300 Kent Hall Tours open to all students Tours meet at the Service Desk Graduate Student Getting Your Bearings Orientations If you re a graduate student you may wish to attend one of our Getting Your Bearings orientations designed to help you begin using the powerful information tools at your disposal and to point you to some of the most important library services and personnel at Butler Library and elsewhere on campus Wednesday August 27 at 4 00 pm Thursday August 28 at 2 00 pm Tuesday September 2 at 3 30 pm Wednesday September 3 at 2 00 pm Thursday September 4 at 12 00 pm Thursday September 4 at 3 30 pm The sessions begin with a 40 to 45 minute tour of key points and services in Butler Library including an intro to our Rare Book and Manuscript library This is likely to be of most interest and relevance to people working in the humanities history and social sciences The tours will begin at the Reference Desk in Butler 301 The second half of the session which will take place in Butler 203 will be devoted to an overview of the Libraries online information system and ways to get the most out of it and would be of value to all graduate students Participants who want to attend only the second half should feel free come directly to Butler 203 on 8 27 9

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/2014/08/27/library-tours/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Butler Library Tours and Orientation | Butler Library Blog
    00 pm Friday September 5th at 4 00 pm All tours meet in Butler Library lobby near the security desk at 4pm Sign up here or show up in person Other campus libraries are also offering tours see a more complete list here https blogs cul columbia edu spotlights 2014 08 27 library tours This entry was posted in News on August 27 2014 by Sarah Witte Post navigation New Database Forbes Archive 1917 2000 Database Trial Loeb Classical Library Subscribe via RSS Subscribe to Butler Blog via Email Leave Blank Do Not Change Your email Links Butler Research Services CLIO News Tips Developing Librarian Digital Humanities Center Digital Social Science Center Humanities History Newsletter Journalism Library Blog Music and Arts Library News Science and Engineering Libraries Blog Watson Business Library Blog Category Specific RSS Archives and Manuscripts 9 Books 20 CLIO 12 Databases 49 Digital Humanities Center DHC 13 Document Delivery 5 Events Exhibits 23 History 22 Hours 11 Literature and Language 16 Music 4 News 53 Orientation 8 Research Help 26 Students 7 Tools and Widgets 11 Women Gender 11 Workshops 12 Recent Posts New Columbia Digital Library Collections Website beta Trial to DigiZeitschriften EVENT Politics and Comics November 3 6 PM Trial to OpenEdition Freemium for E Books New Database National Geographic Magazine Archive 1888 present Archives Select Month October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/butler/2014/08/27/butler-library-tours-and-orientation/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Finals Study Space Update | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    to graduate students faculty staff and undergraduates in Economics and Business GS Monday through Friday from 8am 7pm At all other times the library will be open to all valid Columbia ID holders Others who need library resources or research assistance found only at Watson Library during restricted hours may request access and assistance at the circulation desk Watson Library is open to all Columbia affiliates during other times throughout the semester We will also continue to extend access during the finals period at other library facilities as follows The Science Engineering Library will offer study hall hours until 3am Sundays through Thursday until the end of the semester Lehman Social Sciences Library will hold study hall hours until 4am through the end of the semester Butler Library will continue to be open for study 24 hours a day seven days a week during the semester Beginning April 21 24 hour study will be extended to reading rooms on the 5th and 6th floors through the end of the semester This entry was posted in Uncategorized on April 22 2014 by Allison Post navigation Law Library catalog records added to CLIO Library Tours Category RSS Feeds Ask a Librarian 34

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/2014/04/22/finals-study-space-update/ (2014-11-01)
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  • Law Library catalog records added to CLIO | Libraries Spotlight BLOG
    and Online each at 2 6 million and Butler Stacks 1 07 million As a reminder improving our online catalog is a continuous process this addition is the first of a series of important additions to our catalog in the near future Your feedback is a vital component to our work We welcome comments and suggestions for improving CLIO Please use the Suggestions Feedback form under the Help menu in the upper right corner of CLIO or Ask a Librarian CLIO is built on top of the open source Blacklight search and discovery engine in use at many peer institutions including Stanford University of Virginia University of Wisconsin and Johns Hopkins University The underlying technologies powering the search are the open source search index SOLR and the Ruby on Rails web framework Keep up with the latest additions and improvements to CLIO by following the CLIO News blog This entry was posted in Uncategorized on February 19 2014 by Allison Post navigation Music Arts Library exhibits scores by Marcelo Toledo Finals Study Space Update Category RSS Feeds Ask a Librarian 34 CLIO Tips 13 Events and Exhibits 116 Featured E Resources 7 Hours 20 New E Resources 9 News 68

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/spotlights/2014/02/19/law-library-catalog-records-added-to-clio/ (2014-11-01)
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  • CLIO News & Updates
    any other field The result is that searches for boosted terms CLIO Ancestry The New Yorker Web of Knowlege CAIM RILM etc return the librarian selected bib records at the top of the search results We are still tuning our implementation and evaluating whether the boosts of these resources adversely affect the discovery of other items We welcome comments and suggestions for improving CLIO Please comment below use the Suggestions Feedback form under the Help menu in the upper right corner of CLIO or Ask a Librarian Leave a reply This entry was posted in News on August 14 2014 by Sarah Witte Add a CLIO Search to Your Browser by Sarah Witte on July 28 2014 These search plugins work for Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox To install go to the Search Plugins page and click the on the plugin title and then click the Add button They will then appear as part of the drop down list of search options in the upper right corner of your browser Use Manage Search Engines to reorder the plugins The Search Plugins page includes these plugins CLIO Catalog Search Plugin Search the Columbia University Libraries Online Catalog CU Libraries Films Videos Search Plugin Search the Columbia University s films and videos collection through CLIO CU Libraries Music Search Plugin Search the Columbia University s music collection through CLIO Other useful plugins CU Libraries Google Scholar Search Plugin Search Google Scholar through Columbia University CU Directory Search Plugin Search the Columbia University s Directory CU Libraries Website Search Plugin Search the Columbia University Libraries Website CU Libraries Archival Collections Search Plugin Search Columbia University Library s Archival Collections Portal For more information see our page on Research Tools For help with one of our widgets or tools or to suggest other plugins please send e mail to widget help library columbia edu Leave a reply This entry was posted in News on July 28 2014 by Sarah Witte Viewable Article Results Increased to 1 000 Records by Sarah Witte on July 3 2014 The latest CLIO release includes a number of changes to record retrieval and displays based mostly on feedback from library staff and patrons Article searches now display up to 1 000 records the maximum allowed by Summon the underlying database Article searches from the library home page have the same default settings as article searches from within CLIO Catalog holdings information is labeled Digital Centers are fully integrated into catalog holdings displays with links to hours maps and homepages Contents notes 505 field display in serial records Publisher series statements 490 field display in catalog records Please see the release notes for a full list of changes in CLIO 7 10 2 We welcome comments and suggestions for improving CLIO Please comment below use the Suggestions Feedback form under the Help menu in the upper right corner of CLIO or Ask a Librarian Leave a reply This entry was posted in News on July 3 2014 by Sarah Witte

    Original URL path: https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/clio/ (2014-11-01)
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