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Sojourner's Truth Library
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July 30th, 2007

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10:08 am - Interested in the PCB Accident?
Due to a renewed community interest in the PCB Accident in 1991, several of my colleagues have digitalized the Sojourner Truth Library's collection of documents on the incident. While they are still available to hold and view physically through special collections, you can also view all our documents on the matter online through blackboard. You do not need to sign on to blackboard to access these documents (in other words, anyone can access them, not just campus members).

There are two ways for the public to access these documents.

1. From the library online catalog
a. Go to Sojourner Truth Library Website
b. With the “Library Catalog” search tap highlighted, enter “PCB New
Paltz” after the keyword search box.
c. Choose the first hit.
d. When the title, “PCB Sampling…” appears, click on “Ebook” and follow
the instruction to access the files on Blackboard.

2.From the “Library Collection” page on the library web site
a. Go to “Library Collection”
b. Follow the instruction to link to Blackboard.

Also, I know there is a facebook group on PCBs and while I do have a facbook account I really don't know much about it (including how to change my name...recently got married). I'm much more of a livejournaler than a facebook or myspace kinda blogger. One of my colleague's who is more involved in making the PCBs documents more available would like to personally share this information with the facebook group, but does have a facebook account. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this that I can pass on to him?

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Date:August 10th, 2007 07:42 pm (UTC)


Hi Library Gal,

What documents are in the digital collection?

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Date:August 13th, 2007 02:54 pm (UTC)

Re: Documents

I'm at a workshop today, so I will have to verify tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure that everything in our collection has been digitalized.

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