The SUNY Broome Library is open for the Fall 2020 semester!
If you choose to visit the library, keep these rules in mind:
This may be of interest to those who are concerned or curious about open education and OER. Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations, edited by Kimberly Davies Hoffman and Alexis Clifton, was published online recently.
Need some help getting started with your research? Try this Research Assistance database that includes 10 easy-to-navigate multimedia learning modules that answer questions such as How do I choose a topic? Where do I find information? and How do I evaluate sources? These modules include 96 instructional videos,
To limit the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect our community, the library is making temporary changes to library services:
While most of the college is working at home and working online, they may not think of the library. But we’re still here online and ready to help! From the library website, sunybroome.info, you can access live help through text chat or online conferencing, or you can contact librarians by phone voicemail or email.
Two new SAGE products are now available for the remainder of the semester. SAGE Video contains a wealth of multidisciplinary videos and SAGE Knowledge is a platform that includes books, videos, cases, and more. Both resources are available on the library's list of databases
Duke University Press is providing curated content (articles and ebooks) for free until September 2020. The content is organized into subject categories that can be used to construct or supplement existing syllabi.
HeinOnline has provided the library expanded access to its database for the remainder of the semester. HeinOnline Academic includes more than 100 million pages of multidisciplinary content in more than 100 subject areas, including history, political science, criminal justice, religious studies, intern