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We Have a New Website
The Bankier Library will be unveiling an updated website on September 7th. To assist with the transition, we will be keeping our old website running concurrently until October 31st. A link to the old website will be provided in the Services for Faculty section of the new site.

Intersession Library Hours
Intersession (Aug 16 – Sept 6)
Mon – Thur: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Sat & Sun: Closed
Monday, Sept. 4 – Labor Day Holiday: Closed
Tuesday, Sept. 5 – Fall Convocation: 11:00am - 5:00pm


Library Subscriptions
Recent additions and changes to the library’s electronic resource collections:
New:
The Wall Street Journal

Upgrading:
ebrary ebooks platform has been upgraded to ProQuest Ebook Central

Rebranding:
Onesource is now known as D&B Business Browser

Cancellation:
Encyclopaedia Britannica expires on 7/31;
Humanities International Complete expires on 8/31;
Biography Reference Bank (Wilson) expires on 8/31




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...print and make photocopies in the Information Commons?

There are two laser printers on the first floor. For photocopiers, there is one by the Info Cafe Area, first floor; the other one is outside the Dr. Mark Bankier Special Collections Room, second floor.

The cost of printing and copying: $0.10 per page for black & white and $0.90 per page for color.

To print or make photocopies in the Information Commons:
- Brookdale students will pay for printing and copying using their Brookdale OneCard. New students who do not have an OneCard will need to obtain their cards from the OneCard Production office, located in the Warner Student Life Center, Room 202 (upper level) on the Lincroft campus. Click here for more information.
- Community Members will use a guest OneCard to purchase printing and copying credits. The guest OneCard can be obtained from the PHIL Station in the Information Commons.

If you do not want to pay for printing, you can save your work to a USB flash drive or e-mail your work (or the file, the text, or the web site) to your e-mail address. Then you can print from your computer at home or elsewhere.