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Since its launch in September 2012, Scan and Deliver has enabled fast and convenient access to a wealth of print and microform resources across the Yale University Library. Yale faculty, students, staff, and alumni with paid borrowing privileges have placed over 10,000 Scan and Deliver requests...
A new exhibit, now on view in the Lillian Goldman Law Library’s Rare Book Exhibition Gallery, demonstrates the use of an innovative technology called Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI), which offers scholars a new way to examine tooled bookbindings. Reflections on Bindings: Using New...
As an undergraduate, Elai Katz ’92 loved getting lost in the stacks of Sterling Memorial Library, discovering unexpected treasures, and imaging the students and scholars who had run across those same books long before. Like generations of students before and since, when it was time to study...
The staff of the Yale University Library wish you a happy holiday and best wishes for the New Year! Check library hours during the recess here.
This exhibit, currently on view in the Cushing Rotunda at the Yale Medical Library, includes the 1971 printing of Our Bodies Ourselves which sold for 35 cents, the first illustrated book on gymnastics and sports medicine published in 1569, a medical manuscript from Vietnam, and The Pathology...
For the next 45 days (April 1, 2014 – May 15, 2014), all faculty, staff, and students on campus have free trial access to Routledge’s South Asia Archive. According to Routledge, content highlights include: 4.5 million pages of unique and rare primary and secondary source material; material dates...
The Music Library is delighted to announce that it will resume normal operations on Monday, January 13 with all services being provided once again in the Music Library space. As a result of water damage from a broken pipe on the second floor of Sterling Memorial Library in December, circulation...

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