Global Engagement

Cornell University Library has a multitude of international partnerships relating to service and expertise in other countries. Such partnerships help faculty and students gain access to research materials that Cornell does not have. Librarians in another country may be able to provide support with subject, country, and language expertise. To learn more, please email



Web-based access for developing countries to an outstanding digital collection of full-text articles from over 1,275 journals in the fields of food, agriculture, environmental science and related social sciences. Derived from the TEEAL collection at Cornell's Mann Library, and the World... more


Archive-It allows us to crawl and capture snapshots of web sites, which are then both made publicly available through the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine ( and also delivered to the Library as part of our permanent digital archive.

ARTstor Shared Shelf Image Management System

A collaboration with ARTStor,  eight other institutional partners and an initial group of early subscribers to develop Shared Shelf, a cataloging and image management system that allows institutions to more easily manage and share collections across their own campus, with other institutions, and... more


The world's premier e-print repository in physics, math, computer science and related disciplines enabling scientists worldwide to share and access research before it is formally published.  Cornell University Library has provided operational support and stewardship for this open-access service... more

Biodiversity Heritage Library

Operating on principles of open access and responsible use, the Biodiversity Heritage Library is an international consortium of libraries at natural history museums, botanical gardens and universities. The consortium aims to unlock historical literature in the biological sciences that would... more

Collective Bargaining Agreements - U.S. Department of Labor and the New York State Public Employment Relations Board (PERB)

Agreements with the U.S. Department of Labor and the New York State Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) that make full-text, searchable versions of the collective bargaining agreements collected by these agencies freely available on the web. These agreements are accessible through... more

Cornell Geospatial Information Repository

An active online repository in the National Spatial Data Clearinghouse program.  Administered by librarians at Mann Library, CUGIR provides free geospatial data and metadata for New York State, with special emphasis on those natural features relevant to agriculture, ecology, natural resources,... more

Cornell Library in the Internet Archive

A Cornell University Library agreement with the Internet Archive to make nearly 80,000 digitized CUL books available to the global public via the Internet Archive website. All of the books are in the public domain.  Printed before 1923, mainly in the United States, these books cover a host of... more


A full-text, searchable digital library of articles from high-quality research journals in agriculture and related life sciences that is being made available to universities, colleges, research institutes, extension agencies and government ministries in the 110 lowest income countries of the... more

USDA Economics, Statistics and Market Information System

A service that disseminates regular reports and data-sets from the World Agricultural Outlook Board (WAOB), the Economic Research Service (ERS), the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), the Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS) and the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). In the... more