Most Recent CUL News Stories
What public domain?
TechDirt: A copyright puzzle about "Happy Birthday," a 1755 letter, and more
Bambaataa named visiting scholar
Hip hop legend Afrika Bambaataa will serve a three-year term at Cornell -- the first faculty appointment for a hip hop pioneer and legend at a major university
Library digitization projects span multiple millennia
Cornell Chronicle: Six new grants have been awarded for Cornellians to create new digital content of enduring value
Cornell working to archive golf legend Jones' life's work
YNN: Watch a news report and interview with the university archivist on the Robert Trent Jones archive
Cornell Chronicle: Robert Trent Jones collection comes to Cornell
Wealth of materials spans 70 years of famed golf course designer's career
Changes to the Engineering Library
Thinking beyond traditional library models, the Advisory Committee to Re-envision the Engineering Library, in support of the university’s strategic planning, has developed a set of recommendations to improve support for the teaching and research mission of the College of Engineering.
Law librarian named co-chair of new interest group
Amy Emerson, research attorney and lecturer in law at the Law Library, was recently named co-chair of a new interest group within the prestigious American Society of International Law (ASIL).
Heading Information Competency Institute helps faculty improve student research in their classes
Institute equips faculty with new teaching skills, produces 'stunning' results
Beautiful glass sea life sculptures restored and on display
Mann showcases scientifically accurate glass sea life sculptures by famed artists.
Student-designed Mann Library landscape chosen for sustainability test
The Mann Library entrance landscape, which was designed by students, is one of the first landscapes to participate in an international pilot project program to test the nation's first rating system for green landscape design, construction and maintenance.
Got Ovid? Classical knowledge base will assist in citing ancient Greek and Latin texts
David Ruddy and Adam Chandler are collaborating with Eric Rebillard, professor of Classics and history, on developing the Classical Works Knowledge Base, a database and link resolver, to assist Classics scholars citing ancient Greek and Latin texts
Conference draws international social scientists to Cornell
CUL is a co-sponsor of a conference that drew international social scientists to Cornell this week.
Changes to the Entomology Library
As part of the University’s and Library’s strategic planning process, the Comstock Memorial Library of Entomology has been under review. After careful analysis and input, a decision has been made to consolidate the collections and services into Mann Library by 2011 or 2012, after the Library digitizes a significant portion of the material.
Johnson's Management Library wins prestigious award
The Special Libraries Association's excellence award recognizes the quality of service in libraries and information centers
Rare finds: Book collectors share the thrill of the hunt
The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections hit NYC to discuss the vital role that collectors play in scholarship
Kenney counts on faculty to help move library forward
University Librarian Anne Kenney describes the library's efforts to remain at the center of Cornell's academic enterprise
New library database facilitates better use of non-C.U. resources
New catalog links researchers to worldwide collections