Library Hours during Winter Break

Dear faculty, staff, and students,

As the fall semester is approaching the end, the NYU Shanghai Library’s collection and services will open from 9 AM to 5 PM during the winter break. Please be advised that it will close during Christmas and New Year’s Day holiday.

Hope you have a wonderful winter break and happy holidays!

NYU Shanghai Library

5 new books about managing your career

We have a good number of new titles at our Career Development Collection. This selection is about navigating the questions you are bombarded with about your career, especially as you work towards graduation. I hope some of these books will help to clarify and serve as good inspiration to what your career will evolve into. – Edward

  1. Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life by William Burnett, David J. Evans
  2. How to Be Everything: A Guide for Those Who (Still) Don’t Know What They Want to Be When They Grow Up by Emilie Wapnick
  3. Weird in a World That’s Not: A Career Guide for Misfits, F*ckups, and Failures by Jennifer Romolini
  4. The New Rules of Work: The Modern Playbook for Navigating Your Career Job, and Waking Up Excited for Work Every Day by Alexandra Cavoulacos, Kathryn Minshew
  5. There Is Life After College: What Parents and Students Should Know About Navigating School to Prepare for the Jobs of Tomorrow by Jeffrey J. Selingo

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Mango the App…Not the Fruit

Tired of sitting in class and being pressured into learning another language? Well, Mango language Learning makes learning another language fun and enjoyable.

Although mango is a delicious fruit, it is also a very useful app for language learners in this generation. Now languages can be learned on the go. It contains over 60 languages and allows users to select specific lessons to fit their circumstance, which makes it convenient and time efficient.

Already use Mango? You should be happy to know that the new and improved mango has a new, sleek layout and it takes language learning to a whole new level.

How to access Mango?

1.Go to NYUSH library main page. Click on “Articles & Databases” tab

2.Under Subject-Specific, locate “linguistics”

3.Find “Mango Language Learning” in the “M” section

4.Sign up

It’s that easy. Plus, this app is easily accessible on laptops, tablets, and mobiles.

A Semester of Learning

Thank you to all the students, faculty, and staff, who came to the library for our workshops this semester! It was a rewarding experience for us, too, and we are grateful for all 765 of you for joining us in a semester of learning & discovery!

We welcomed the term with our new instruction space, the bright and sunny Curiosity Lab. Library staff developed 29 pre-scheduled workshops for you on topics including:

  • Literature Reviews
  • Chinese Databases
  • Finding Data & Statistics
  • Stata & R
  • Business Information
  • Tableau, Gephi, & Python
  • Online Learning
  • GIS & Mapping Tools
  • Citation Tools (RefWorks Zotero, and Endnote)

In addition, we taught 39 in-class workshops by faculty request. Librarians and technologists work with courses to introduce resources, tools, and targeted strategies for course research.

The Library looks forward to Spring 2018, with more workshops. If you’d like to recommend a research topic, or if you are an instructor and would like to know more about having a research or technology workshop for your class, please email us!



Study Breaks keep your mind fresh and help combat finals stress. The Library has set up a quiet relaxation zone for you in the Curiosity Lab, right by the circulation desk.

Come relax, zone out, rest, and take a break from the busiest time of the semester!

Don’t miss out…this new magazine!

Interested in Interactive Media Arts, 3D animation, or the digital world in general?

Well, we are happy to let you know that the library now has the “3D Artist” subscription magazine that will allow you explore these topics.

And even if you are not interested in these topics, feel free to take a look. You might find yourself having a crush on the animated world.

This magazine covers topics concerning 3D texture, visual illusions, and details the techniques used to create popular animations such as Dumbledore.

Like what you hear? Then stop by and take a look. Remember that this magazine is part of our periodical collection, so it is unable to be checked out, but you are able to read this book in the library’s lovely common space.