Access information 24/7 from your desktop by logging on to NOVELNY, the New York Online Virtual Electronic Library. A wide variety of resources are available free to New York State residents. There is access to the full text of hundreds of journals, newspapers, and other references. There are over 400 publications with “Law” in the title, such as the the Harvard Law Review, the Insurance Coverage Law Bulletin, and Medical Malpractice Law & Strategy. But most of these “Law” publications are Internet related. Note, however, not all resources are up to day, but it seems that most are. And they vary as to how far back they go in time.
If you have a public library card, New York driver license, or New York non-driver ID you can use NOVELNY. Access is also available to holders of a New York State Resident Borrower’s Card or a New York State Library Borrower’s Card.
Resources are available if you need assistance in using NOVELNY. There is a FAQ page, or you can call the Help Desk (available only Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Toll-free (877) 277-0250, Capital District (518) 486-6012).
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