Check out streaming media and e-books available to Fordham students, staff, and faculty for this Halloween!Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Juneteenth originated in Galveston, Texas on June 19th, 1865 when Union Army General Granger issued General Order No. 3, relaying the news of the Emancipation Proclamation. This announcement came more than a month after the official end of the Civil War and over two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
To commemorate Juneteenth, this post features a selection of resources highlighting music, first-person accounts from former enslaved individuals, and the gradual abolition of slavery in New York State.Read More
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) preserves at-risk public media from the past 70+ years. It includes over 122,000 items of television and radio programming from across the country, and more than half of the collection is available to stream online for free.Read More