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Cornell University Library partnerships with Cornell faculty and programs reach across disciplines to enhance research outcomes and provide greater access to faculty expertise and research results.

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Blaschka Gallery An online photo library of Cornell's priceless collection of glass sea life sculptures created by 19th century glass artists Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka. More >>
Classic Works Knowledge Database A  relational database and specialized link resolver software that seamlessly links abstracts to the works they cite. More >>
Cornell Open Access Publication (COAP) Fund The Cornell Open Access Publication Fund underwrites article processing fees for open-access journals for Cornell faculty, students and staff when funds are not otherwise available. More >>
eClips A video collection of interviews with leaders in business, government, & nonprofits that brings the authentic voices of entrepreneurship, business and leadership into the classroom. More >>
Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences The program supports collaborative and creative use of resources through the creation of digital content of enduring value to the Cornell. More >>
Mellon Collaborative Studies in Architecture, Urbanism and the Humanities A seminar series supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to engage Cornell’s strong programs in the humanities, architecture and urban design. More >>
Partners in Animal Health A collection of multimedia resources created by veterinary experts at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) for veterinarians and pet owners. More >>
Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG) A network of Cornell librarians and other Cornell staff dedicated to facilitating researchers' access to the the data management services they require. More >>
Sustaining the Specialized Monograph: A University Publishing Partnership for Scholarship in German Studies In collaboration with Professor Peter Hohendahl (German Studies and Comparative Literature), a partnership between Cornell University Library and the Cornell University Press to develop a sustainable business model for monograph publishing in the humanities. More >>
Undergraduate Research Initiative A collaboratively-designed seminar course for undergraduates looking for independent research in the humanities and interpretive social sciences. More >>
VIVO: Research and Expertise Across Cornell A web-based faculty and researcher profile service that connects researchers and resources across Cornell University and facilitates the discovery of who does what, where and how in all areas of research and scholarship. More >>