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THE LIBRARY IS OPEN ONLINE! While our physical spaces remain closed, the CCNY Libraries team is working remotely to make library resources and services available online.
Digital Scholarship Services provides consultation, design, and management support with building online exhibitions on Omeka. Omeka is an open-source web publishing tool for digital collections. Faculty and students can use this platform to publish and share digital content on the open web. This handbook prepared for CCNY faculty and students to learn more about Omeka can provide further information and assistance. To learn more about the digital exhibitions we have hosted, find a selection of projects below.
This collection of ephemeral flyers, newsletters and news articles were circulated at The City College of New York primarily between 1934 and 1936, with some items created and circulated as late as 1941.
The City College of New York’s Cohen Library and the National Science Foundation sponsor a Biology Animation Assistantship program with an interdisciplinary team of students with science and art backgrounds. The goal is to use student-created works as teaching tools in and out of the classroom.
This CCNY Architecture Travel Fellows was funded by Bernard and Anne Spitzer Travel Fellowship for research projects involving travel abroad and incorporating the study of architecture, landscape architecture, or urbanism.
Sixteenth-Century La Española: Glimpses of the First Blacks in the Early Colonial Americas is an exhibit produced by the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute consisting of twenty-five panels of archival documents showcasing different moments in the lives of Black Africans and their island-born descendants in the first European colony in the Americas.
Dr. Jean Krasno of The Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at the City College of New York (CCNY) undertook a project to publish the collected papers of former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan who served two five-year terms, spanning ten years from January 1997 to December 2006.