Social Explorer provides easy access to demographic information about the United States. We provide thousands of interactive data maps going back to 1790.
This trial database offers a systematic and comprehensive treatment of all aspects of the history and study of the Hebrew language from its earliest attested form to the present day. The Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics Online features advanced search options, as well as extensive cross-references and full-text search functionality using the Hebrew character set. With over 850 entries and approximately 400 contributing scholars, the Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics Online is the authoritative reference work for students and researchers in the fields of Hebrew linguistics, general linguistics, Biblical studies, Hebrew and Jewish literature, and related fields. Access expires February 23rd.
Please join us for Shut Up & Sproj on Tuesdays and Fridays from 2:30 to 4:00 pm. Just click on https://bard.zoom.us/j/94131442602 to work quietly on your sproj in the virtual presence of your peers. “Working on your project” means anything that pushes it forward. If you get stuck, not to worry. Jane Smith, associate director for library writing support, will be happy to meet with you in a breakout room to listen to your ideas and offer guidance.
Bard is now a member of HathiTrust, a not-for-profit collaborative of over 200 academic libraries.
HathiTrust preserves and provides access to a collection of 17 million digitized items that includes over 8 million digitized books, and over 400,000 serial titles (book series, journals, magazines, etc.). It “offers reading access to the fullest extent allowable by U.S. copyright law, computational access to the entire corpus for scholarly research, and other emerging services based on the combined collection.”
Access to this rich resource is through the library’s Databases list [link]. All users on campus and off must login with their Bard credentials to gain access.
Did you know that you can request scans of Stevenson Library materials? If you need a single chapter of a book, an article from one of our print periodicals, or a section of a reference book, simply place a request through ILLiad.
Fill out either the book chapter or article request ILLiad form and you’ll receive an email notification from ILLiad when your document is ready. Requests will be filled within 1-3 business days. This service is intended to increase access to our collection while the library building is closed.
Due to copyright restrictions we are not able to scan entire books for our patrons. If you need more than a few chapters of a book please consider checking it out through our contactless pickup system.
Questions about this service can be directed to Shea Wert at email@example.com.
Yes, Bard Library does provide online access to the New York Times for current Bard students, staff and faculty! You can access the NY Times by going to our Databases page and navigating to the letter N and selecting either New York Times From 1851 to 3 Years Ago (Proquest Historical Newspapers) or New York Times From 6/1/1980 – Present (NexisUni). Here’s a short video tutorial on accessing and using these resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmVxhea5Qbk.
Want to look at examples of previous senior projects for inspiration? Maybe you need ideas for formatting and style? Or maybe you just need a good guide for what a SPROJ should look like in your field? We have created a list of senior project examples that faculty and library staff have selected for you to browse and download: https://libguides.bard.edu/sprojexamples. We will continue to update this list over the next few weeks.
RIPM (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals) with Full Text and North American and European Music Periodicals — provides access to eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century periodical literature dealing with music. Available until May 31, 2020.
RIPM Jazz Periodicals — a unique, searchable collection of American (U.S) full-text jazz journals and magazines published from 1914 to roughly the year 2000. Developed in collaboration with the Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) at Rutgers University and RIPM’s Partner and Participating Libraries, RIPM JAZZ PERIODICALS offers access, for the first time, to this essential documentary resource. All journal issues are out-of-print and rarely accessible, with numerous complete publication runs reconstructed by RIPM. Available until May 31, 2020.
Visit the Stevenson Library Database to access these trial databases.