MaRLI: Manhattan Research Library Initiative
Do you want to know how to borrow books from NYPL and Columbia University Libraries?
"The New York Public Library and the libraries of Columbia University and New York University have launched an initiative MaRLI, to expand access and use of collections and better serve their users. MaRLI enables NYU and Columbia doctoral students, full-time faculty and librarians, and approved New York Public Library cardholders with a demonstrable research need not met by currently available resources, to borrow materials from all three institutions".
MaRLI related queries and their answers:
- Who may use MaRLI?
- Which materials are available?
- How do I register for MaRLI?
- Which libraries participate in MaRLI?
- Who do I contact if I have a question about MaRLI?
"HathiTrust Digital Library is a digital preservation repository that provides long-term preservation and access services for public domain and in copyright content from a variety of sources, including Google, the Internet Archive, Microsoft, and in-house partner institution initiatives. Bibliographic and full text search are available for all volumes in HathiTrust. Public domain volumes are freely accessible to the public and can be downloaded in their entirety with authentication by persons affiliated with partner institutions. NYU Libraries is a HathiTrust partner institution"
SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES is the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary study of the countries of South Asia: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. This South Asian Studies Research Guide is a library tool to assist scholars and students at NYU in finding useful resources (in print and online) on South Asia.
For further assistance, or to make an appointment for an individual research consultation, please contact Dr. Aruna P. Magier, South Asia Librarian.
--- see also: South Asian Diaspora Research Guide
©2006 David Magier
South Asia at NYU
South Asia@NYU website
"South Asian Studies at New York University is a collaboration among students and faculty in many departments and schools, hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, supported by NYU Libraries and the Institute for Public Knowledge. We are dedicated to education and research concerning regions spreading across the Silk Road and all around the Indian Ocean, which we think about in global contexts, from ancient times to the present. Our perspective on cultures, histories, economies, and polities in South Asia opens into their wider world rather than enclosing them within conventional boundaries of area studies"
South Asian Studies Program Initiative (SASPI) website (student organization at NYU)