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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Please remember to take advantage of the (C)opyright @ CUNY web resource when you have questions or concerns about c

The Crime Report, the web publication of the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay, has begun a coll

The Library is offering a Trial of a new database, TRAC or Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium.

Please join library faculty members Marta Bladek and Kathleen Collins as they discuss several online tools to help with completing the publications portion of the Faculty Report and Self Evaluation

In support of Open Access Week* (October 24-30) colleagues in CUNY created a Halloween themed quiz about journal pricing.

To Wikipedia or Not to Wikipedia…Is That Really The Question?
Thursday, October 20th
1:45p – 2:45p

Banned Books Week begins Saturday, September 24.  Banned Books Week is the only national celebration of the freedom to

The Library is offering a trial of the newly released Psyctests,a research database that provides access

Beginning with the Fall 2011 semester the current RefWorks interface will be replaced with what is being called RefWorks 2.0.  If you currently use RefWorks, the data in your accou

If you plan to submit materials to be put on print or electronic reserve for Summer I/II and Fall 2011 semesters, please note the following:


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