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Monday, November 14th through Wednesday, November 23rd.
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For More Information, contact the Hostos Library Circulation Desk at (718) 518-4212.
There is a library systems update planned for Thursday July 27th between the hours of 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM. During this time library databases will not be available off-campus. Also during this time our CUNY+ catalog will not be available. Instead use OneSearch to find library materials.
There is a library systems update planned for Monday January 25th between the hours of 8:30 AM and 11:30 AM. During this time the library’s catalog will not be available. Library databases will not be available off-campus.
There is a library systems update planned for Monday December 28th between the hours of 8:30 AM and 11:30 AM. During this time the library’s catalog will not be available. Library databases will not be available off-campus.
Hostos Library is pleased to announce that as of Sept 29 (tomorrow!), certain reserves books will be available for a three-day loan instead of the regular two-hour loan.
As of now, there will be a total of 32 copies of books that will be part of this program, for the following eight titles (click each title for more information about the book, and then click on “locations” to find the call number):
Please note that these are still reserves books, and must be returned on time so that your classmates have a chance to read them. For this reason, there is a $25/day overdue fine–please remember to bring your book back within the three days to avoid any fine.
When you look up a book in OneSearch, please notice: if the book is just listed as “reserve”, it is a regular reserve loan with a two-hour loan period. It is only a three-day loan if the record explicitly says that it is a three-day loan.
A useful, light-hearted, very short book written by a lifelong procrastinator for fellow procrastinators. Learn about “structured procrastination” and see how it might be able to help you, and figure out if you too suffer from “right parentheses deficit disorder”, and how collaborating with those strange humans who do not procrastinate might actually be a good thing.
Don’t wait until the end of the semester to take a look at this quick, humorous, relatable read at the library. Call number BF 637 .P76 P46 2012
*New-ish…it has taken a little while to get around to writing this post.
Starting this month, Hostos Library offers a new streaming media service. Media Education Foundation produces and distributes films that “inspire critical thinking about the social, political, and cultural impact of American mass media.” Click here for a complete list of titles.
Don’t forget to check out our other streaming media services:
Earth Day is being celebrated this week (April 21-23) at Hostos with a series of special events!
Find out more on our Earth Day guide, which includes many ideas about learning more about topics such as:
GMOs (genetically modified organisms)
National and international laws and treaties about the environment
Activism and local groups in the South Bronx and NYC fighting for environmental justice