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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We wanted to share a selection of resources available at Fordham University Libraries and beyond to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Whether you are interested in taking a deep dive into biographies, speeches, videos, photographs, or other types of primary sources, librarians are here to help you find the content that inspires your curiosity.
Public Domain Day: 2022
Happy New Year and Happy Public Domain Day! Find out which titles are now in the public domain.
Copyright Exceptions for Teaching: Classroom Exception & TEACH Act
In this post, we’ll introduce you to the Classroom Exception and the TEACH Act. A third exception, known as fair use, is also useful for instructors to know about. You can learn about fair use in this blog post, or on our copyright resource guide.
JSTOR Updates and Primary Sources
JSTOR (Journal Storage) is an academic resource that aggregates over 12 million journal articles, books, and primary sources. With a large scope of 75 disciplines, this resource is an invaluable tool for research. Recently, JSTOR has worked diligently on projects and updates to their primary sources collections. Check out more information about these here!
New Grant Will Help Fordham Libraries Expand COVID-19 Archive
The Fordham Libraries' COVID-19 Digital Archive recently received a federal grant to expand the collection. Read more about it and learn how to get involved.
Database Highlight: Biblical Archaeology Society Library
The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) Library provides access to ejournals, ebooks, and other content relating to the latest archaeological discoveries from the Biblical world and the ancient Near East. The archive includes more than 9,000 articles and over 21,000 color images, maps, diagrams, and drawings collected by world-renowned Biblical scholars and archaeologists.
Researching Native American History in New York
h, we wanted to share a selection of resources available through Fordham’s libraries and beyond covering Native American history in New York state.
An Introduction to Copyright
The topic of copyright can be overwhelming. It is something that we come into contact with every day, yet not quite something we think about every day.
Streaming and Screaming at Quinn
Check out streaming media and e-books available to Fordham students, staff, and faculty for this Halloween!
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.