The Library recently reviewed our Reference Collection and we have a number of withdrawn volumes Midd faculty, students, and staff are welcome to take for FREE. All of these have an X over the call number. No X ? – don’t take it. travel guides English dictionaries Foreign language dictionaries (Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, […]
We now have some puzzles for use in the Library. Currently there’s a spot set up behind the Research Desk on the main floor. Take a study or office break and put together a few pieces or a whole puzzle. We will leave out several options at a time and rotate what we have. If […]
In case you are wondering what that noise is on the main floor of the Davis Family Library today, it is the installation of a new ADA-compliant water fountain that is designed to fill water bottles too. The Library Space Team successfully applied for an Environmental Council grant to cover the cost for one. The […]
NEH & Mellon Announce Pilot Grant Program to Digitize Out of Print Books in Humanities and Make Them Available With CC License (From infoDOCKET / Library Journal) Experimental Meadowhawk Module Featured in Mercedes-Benz’s CES Concept Car – Embedded into the console, Leap Motion’s Meadowhawk modules allow drivers to access an experimental natural user interface. CES […]
Wed. Sept. 3rd, noon – 1pm, Davis Family Library Computer Lab (DFL 105) – lower level. Drop-ins welcome or sign-up online (use the last box to tell us if there is something specific you want covered). Description: Bring your lunch to the library and learn about what we have to offer you and your family. […]
LIS Workshop: Library Services & Resources at Middlebury Wed, 5/28, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Davis Family Library 105 Computing Lab (lower level) We’ll introduce you to library services and resources available to Midd users and show you how to search MIDCAT, the library catalog, and Summon (our “search everything” tool) to discover resources like books, […]
Whether you are a student who is trying to figure out whether to register to vote in Vermont or your “home state” and how, or someone who hasn’t registered or needs to transfer their voting registration, the Voting Registration Guide … Continue reading →
The VT Department of Libraries website currently has a list of organizations and links that can help both libraries and the public with post-Irene information. It includes information for those affected, and for those who wish to volunteer.