Bank Street College of Education is included in Google Scholar. When you use Google Scholar at Bank Street you will find the following library access links have been pre-selected: BANK STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION – ProQuest Fulltext, and Open WorldCat – Library Search. But, to make Google Scholar super useful on your own device, you need to check and save a third link: Bank Street College of Education – Full-Text @ Bank Street.
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Come join us online Friday, February 9 from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM for Library Salon #33. We will be celebrating the Occasional Paper Series 50th Issue. At this salon, we will enact what Occasional Papers has always done – inviting participants to join us in dreaming about a future in which we fully realize our commitment to radical openness. What should our next decade of issues look and sound like?
Come join us Friday, January 19 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM for Library Salon #32. Bank Street’s Robin Hummel and Laura Zadoff as well as co-author Steven Goss, will present their new book: Transforming Online Teaching in Higher Education: Essential Practices for Engagement, Equity, and Inquiry. Light refreshments will be served.
The Library will be conducting four workshops in January. You do not have to register or sign-up. You’re welcome to come to one or all sessions. Sessions will be recorded for later viewing. We hope to see you there. For further information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn how to differentiate between a diverse, affirming, and anti-racist children’s book. Bank Street School for Children teacher Susie Rios and children’s librarian Kharissa Kenner will delve into these nuances and demonstrate how to curate an inclusive classroom library.
If you have a few minutes to spare, and want to jump start your research, a good way to do this is to download the EBSCO Mobile app from the Apple App or the Google Play store.
The Library is open at reduced hours for the month of August (Monday to Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm). There are two Energy Conservation days (August 18, & 25), and Labor Day weekend (Monday, September 4) when the Library is closed. Normal hours resume Tuesday, September 5.
In the past if you wanted to save database articles to a folder it was quite a complicated affair. You would have to create an account inside EBSCO and then sign in to this “add-on” account to save items. Today, it’s a snap, all you have to do is add items to a project! We think Projects is a great way to collect resources, and keep them organized in one place.
The Library has upgraded to EBSCO’s new Discovery Service. It’s a lot less busy and it’s much easy to find, and save articles. Welcome to a more minimalist interface. You still get the same results but it’s a bit more easier on the eye.
Come join us for a 90-minute launch event featuring educators and the guest editors of the Bank Street Occasional Paper Series #48, Learning within Socio-political Landscapes: (Re)imagining Children’s Geographies. This hybrid library salon will be held with an in-person audience and also include a Zoom link for remote participants.
Season Greetings and happy holidays. The Library is closed and reopens Tuesday, January 3, 2023 with reduced hours 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday to Friday. Regular hours resume Monday, […]
Members of the Bank Street Children’s Book Committee have been hard at work preparing their annual list of exceptional children’s books. Titles in this year’s Holiday Gift Edition, include offerings […]
Dear Bank Street Library Patrons, the Library will be closed on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25, 2022 in observance of Thanksgiving. We re-open Monday, November 28, 2022.
BookFest is an event devoted to the celebration, discovery, and discussion of books for children and teens. This event, designed for adults, features luminaries from the children’s literature community. Authors, illustrators, editors, reviewers, and scholars will take part in panel discussions and breakout sessions.
What happens when freedom of expression and the freedom to read come under threat? At Bank Street’s upcoming Library Salon #28, we will hear from historian and critic Leonard S. Marcus, whose latest book, You Can’t Say That!, compiles the stories of thirteen authors of banned books and their experiences with censorship and free expression.