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Digital Collection Spotlight: Political & Religious Pamphlets of the Italian Unification, 1815-1871

Digital Collection Spotlight: Political & Religious Pamphlets of the Italian Unification, 1815-1871

In this post, take a look inside our digital collection of Political and Religious Pamphlets of the Italian Unification, 1815-1871. This collection is made up of approximately 1,600 short printed pamphlets, 915 of which are currently accessible digitally.

Library Card Sign-up Month

Library Card Sign-up Month

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, so now is the perfect time to unlock new worlds at your nearest public library. For those of you who live, work, or attend school in New York state, we have great news - you are eligible to sign up for a New York Public Library card! This post covers how and why to get your NYPL card.

In Memory of Dr. James P. McCabe, Former Library Director

In Memory of Dr. James P. McCabe, Former Library Director

The Fordham University Libraries mourn the loss of former library director Dr. James P. McCabe, and celebrate the legacy of his 22-year tenure. Jim died on September 15th, 2021, at the age of 84.

Constitution Day 2021: A Celebration Of “We The People”

Constitution Day 2021: A Celebration Of “We The People”

Friday, September 17th, 2021 marks Constitution Day, a celebration of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States in 1787. Stop by Walsh Library this week and look for “Little Ben” to grab some Constitution Day freebies.

Your Personal Librarian Is Here to Help

Your Personal Librarian Is Here to Help

Your personal librarian is like a mythical being who shows you all the library shortcuts and makes your time at Fordham so much easier, only it’s a real person. In this post, find out more about how the personal librarian project helps students succeed.

Fordham Museum Helps Resolve Art Trafficking Case

Fordham Museum Helps Resolve Art Trafficking Case

Since June 1, 2021, the Fordham Museum has been closed to the university community. On that day approximately 99 objects in the collection were seized by the Manhattan D.A.’s office as evidence in an ongoing criminal investigation and Grand Jury trial being brought against a trafficker in ancient art. What does this mean for Fordham, and the artifacts? Read the full post to find out.

Fordham Libraries Expand Services with Books-to-Go & Digital Reserves

Fordham Libraries Expand Services with Books-to-Go & Digital Reserves

Since the start of the pandemic, the Fordham University Libraries have implemented new services focused on convenience, as well as safety. Two of these initiatives are our Digital Reserves platform and Books-to-Go service. Accessing library resources is easier than ever, and we’re keeping these services in place as Fordham returns to fully in-person operations.

Database Highlight: Roper iPoll

Database Highlight: Roper iPoll

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research recently launched their U.S. State Collection in an effort to improve state-level polling. It includes over 4,000 state polls conducted by more than 450 organizations, and more data is being added every day.

Virtual Book Display: Graphic Novels

Virtual Book Display: Graphic Novels

In this student-curated virtual book display, you'll find a selection of graphics novels ranging from Black Panther to adaptations of Shakespeare.

Database Highlight: Opposing Viewpoints

Database Highlight: Opposing Viewpoints

The Library News Blog is back from a brief summer break with a refreshed design and new content. In this post, we highlight databases that can help you with researching complicated, and sometimes controversial, issues from all perspectives.