Author Archives: Bryan Sinclair

About Bryan Sinclair

As Associate Dean, Public Services, I provide leadership for the library’s on-site and virtual research support, research data services, instruction, access services, and technology support.

CURVE Welcomes Global Partnership for Better Cities

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On March 27, the University Library welcomed a group of international researchers to CURVE (Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment) as part of the Global Partnership for Better Cities Conference currently wrapping up at our downtown Atlanta campus.  Faculty researchers … Continue reading

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Library CLOSED Saturday, Jan. 23

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Due to the continuing threat of inclement weather, the University Library will be closed Saturday, Jan. 23, and will reopen on Sunday, Jan. 24, at 12 noon.   Students, faculty, and staff should monitor Georgia State Panther Alerts for updates and … Continue reading

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CURVE, A One-Year Anniversary

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It was one year ago today that the University Library welcomed distinguished guests including President Mark Becker, Vice President for Research & Economic Development James Weyhenmeyer, numerous student and faculty presenters, and approximately 120 attendees from the University and Atlanta … Continue reading

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CURVE Summer Upgrades

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During the month of June, you will see a few enhancements happening in CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment located on the main floor of Library South.  Based on feedback over the last academic year, we are changing the … Continue reading

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Library’s CURVE Selected for Atlanta Architects Tour

AIA | ATL CURVE Tour

The Atlanta chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA | ATL) is sponsoring a tour of the University Library’s CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment on Saturday, April 18, between 2:00-5:00 p.m.  The campus and community are welcome … Continue reading

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Winter Weather Update

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Georgia State University Library will open at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26. Students, faculty, and staff should use caution as they proceed to campus.

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Winter Weather Update

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The University Library will close at 12:00 midnight tonight (Tuesday, Feb. 24). Night classes will be held as usual. Because of forecasts of severe weather for tomorrow (Wednesday, Feb. 25), Georgia State University and the University Library will be closed.

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CURVE, An Exciting New Library Space Coming in 2014

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As students and faculty return to campus for the spring semester they will notice some big changes happening on the 2nd floor of Library South.  Construction is well underway for CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment, an ambitious and … Continue reading

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New GSU Faculty Respond to Open Access

Open Access by Peter Suber

Earlier this semester, the Georgia State University Library welcomed over 100 new faculty members with a complimentary copy of Peter Suber’s book Open Access (MIT Press, 2012) including a bookmark explaining open access (OA), information on the university’s institutional repository … Continue reading

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