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Learn how to use databases from home. We have the following sessions: January 22, 23, 24, 25 at 4:15pm & 6:00pm. There is also one session Saturday, January 27 at 12:00pm. Please meet in the Children's Room. There is no need to sign-up.

Library Salon #14

Research into an 86 year old family murder raises questions of fieldwork technique, cultural difference, and sexual assault. Join us for a panel discussion of the book Henrietta Schmerler and the Murder That Put Anthropology on Trial by Graduate School faculty member Gil Schmerler.

Date: Friday, January 26th, 2018

Time: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Place: Bank Street Library, 5th Floor.

 

Writers Lab for Unpublished Authors

Have a children's book manuscript you need help with before submitting to a publisher? This nurturing workshop led by prize-winning author of over 50 books for children Amy Hest may be what you are looking for! Registration is limited. Sign up now!

Visit the Continuing Professional Studies website for information on other courses in writing and illustrating books for children at Bank Street.

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Passwords & Logins

  • Databases from home: use your 14 digit library barcode or cohort access code.
  • Renew books online: your username is your 14 digit library barcode. The password is changeme.
  • eReserves: your instructor will email you the password. Watch this eReserves YouTube video on how to access readings.
  • Printing: your username is the first part of your Bank Street email address. The password is your student ID. Parents and guests ask for a print access card.
  • my.bankstreet.edu: contact the HelpDesk for details 212-875-4642.