September 2, 2014

Cornell and Columbia University Libraries Announce Plans to Integrate Technical Serivces Departments With Funding From Mellon Foundation

Say Hello to Phase 2 of the 2CUL Partnership. From a Joint News Release: The libraries at Columbia University and Cornell University are taking an unprecedented new step in their 2CUL partnership: integrating a major part of their operations. Thanks to a three-year, $350,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the two libraries will […]

Columbia and Cornell University Libraries: Latin American and Iberian Studies Collection Development Agreement Announced

From the Columbia University Libraries News Release: Columbia and Cornell University Libraries will collaboratively support the Latin American and Iberian Studies collection development activities of both institutions. This follows in a series of resource-sharing agreements between Columbia and Cornell developed through the 2CUL partnership. Columbia University’s Latin American and Iberian Studies Librarian, Sean Knowlton, will […]

Library Intervention Strategies for Doctoral Students in the Humanities (Prelim Findings)

From an ARL Summary: The Columbia University Libraries and Cornell University Library (2CUL) have completed their first collaborative grant-funded, dual-site study focused on the experiences of humanities doctoral students at both universities. The primary goal of the study was to examine challenges presented to humanities doctoral students that lead to increased attrition and long time-to-degree […]