Happy Thursday, everyone! Here is the latest installment of our Daily News blog where we highlight a few of today’s headlines, courtesy of Newseum:The New York Times, Published in New York, NY
As protests against police violence roil the world, cities and towns reckon with their own local histories of racial violence and unjust policing. From a 115 year old Confederate moment in Alabama, to the 2015 death of a beloved Florida musician at the hands of police, people around the world, and especially in the United States, are remembering, reflecting, and attempting to reconcile history with the world they want. These headlines are taken from the front pages curated by
As a follow up of my previous post exploring why libraries are such perfect environments for cats and why so many librarians around the world adore them, I asked some of our librarians at Gottesman Libraries to talk about their cats, what they love about them, and what they love about their jobs. Get to know our team and add some new titles to your reading and movie lists on the way! Do you have a beloved pet at home you want to share with us? Please post about them in the comments!
This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for students in Dr. Kim Baranowski's Summer 2020 course Consulting with Community Agencies and Organizations . The resources, primarily electronic and accessible on and off campus, have been selected as ones supporting the objectives of the course, i.e., to help students"become aware of cultural values, biases, and assumptions about human ...
After a weekend of violence against protesters, there are signs that the mass protests may be working. Some city leaders seem to be hearing protesters’ voices and pushing for de-escalation by their police departments. All this while Trump’s administration demands more crackdown tactics and urges the deployment of National Guard forces to stop the peaceful expression of 1st Amendment rights. As always, all headlines are taken from the front pages curated by
As part of our continuing Daily News blog, here are a few headlines for Monday, June 1, 2020 courtesy of Newseum:The Mercury News, Published in San Jose, CA
This research guide is intended as an overview of library resources and services of particular relevance for students in Dr. Fenot Aklog's Summer 2020 course ITSF 4009, Introduction to Research Methods in International and Comparative Education. The resources, primarily electronic and accessible on and off campus, have been selected as ones supporting the objectives of the course, i.e., "to intro...
Our Work: The development team at Gottesman Libraries has continued to support the library and various digital endeavors at Teachers College during the Spring 2020 semester. Our efforts this semester included identifying ways to streamline our services, enhancing our digital products based on new requirements, keeping our systems and technology updated and running, reduce operational costs, and expand our reach and offerings throughout Teachers College. Some of these efforts are listed below -Library Web...
A review of the literature is an important first step in the process of writing a thesis or dissertation, or any paper for publication. It requires that you read and critique articles, books, and other sources that have already been written on your topic or related topics. In the process, you are required to find sources and evaluate the best way to focus your research so that you can contribute to a body of scholarly literature.Guides for Conducting a Review of the Literature
This weekend's Daily News posts have focused on inequality and uprising all over the United States. What happened in Minneapolis has had a drastic effect on people all over the U.S. Today’s curated blog posts will look into how cities all over the U.S are responding to George Floyd’s murder.