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In this issue:

  • Farewell to Henry!
  • Faculty of 1000
  • E-mail password management
  • Net neutrality under attack

... and more

Due to the flooding on January 7, 2014, the computers, copiers, scanners and printers in the library were damaged.

CUMC IT has replaced the copier/scanner and scanning to e-mail is available, but printing using the Pharos system is unavailable at this time. The library's specialized book scanner has been replaced, but scanning isn't available to the col.edu alias; we're awaiting network connectivity. In the meantime copying and scanning can also be done on the second floor. 

Thank you for your patience.

 

 

The Health Sciences Library expects to be open regular hours (8am - 8pm) Friday, January 3rd. 

Up to date information related to the winter storm's impact on CUMC operations can be found at the Columbia Preparedness website (http://preparedness.columbia.edu/) and the CUMC homepage (www.cumc.columbia.edu). CUMC specific information is also available at 212-305-7300.

Stay warm!

Come learn how to access full-text articles and point-of-care information available from Columbia University subscriptions through apps on your mobile device. These classes are are offered by operating system (ie Apple's iOS or Google's Android system) and registration is requested.

iOS (Apple devices)
Tuesday, January 14th, 2pm - sign up and review the pre-class steps

Android (Google devices)
Wednesday, January 15th, 10am - sign up and review the pre-class steps (1-15-2014 Update: Canceled due to low registration numbers)

In this issue:

  • New rare manuscript acquisition
  • 2014 journal collection changes
  • Tips for wireless troubleshooting
  • Apps that will help you stay focused

... and more

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