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Library Hours for Thanksgiving Break

The Libraries will have reduced hours for the upcoming Thanksgiving break.

Davis:
Tuesday 11/22: 7:30 am – 8 pm
Wednesday 11/23: 9 am – 5 pm
Thursday-Saturday 11/24-26: CLOSED
Sunday 11/27: 9 am – 1 am

Armstrong:
Tuesday 11/22: 7:45 am – 5 pm
Wednesday 11/23: 9 am – 5 pm
Thursday-Saturday 11/24-26: CLOSED
Sunday 11/27: 4 pm – midnight

As always, complete hours can be found at go/hours/

Hours for the Thanksgiving break

The Libraries will have reduced hours for the upcoming Thanksgiving break.

Davis:
Tuesday 11/24: 7:30 am – 8 pm
Wednesday 11/25: 9 am – 5 pm
Thursday-Saturday 11/26-28: CLOSED
Sunday 11/29: 9 am – 1 am

Armstrong:
Tuesday 11/24: 7:45 am – 5 pm
Wednesday-Saturday 11/25-28: CLOSED
Sunday 11/29: 4 pm – midnight

As always, complete hours can be found at go/hours/

New “Go” Link — called LLG: an Accessible Map for our Language School Patrons

Our circulation student staff member Evan, created a Go link for our language students.  It is called go/llg and it is found in the Middlebury Gotionary. It accesses a map which shows the Davis library locations of  language areas, including dictionaries for all languages, literature for Hebrew, Russian, Chinese, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and German.

We are also keeping a sign of this map on our circulation desk for visitors.

Thank you Evan!

http://go.middlebury.edu/llg

 

Sundays at Circ

For the past eight years, I have been covering the circ desk on Sundays, either at Music or here at Davis. That era now comes to an end, and I pass the torch to Lexa deCourval. Starting Sunday, June 23rd, Lexa will be behind the desk during the days on Sundays. I will finally return to a normal M-F schedule the week of July 1st. Do they still show football games on Sundays?

How to find foreign language music CD’s

If you are looking for foreign language music CD’s, here is the best way to do it.

1. Go to go/subsplus
2. Select the language you want (from the Subject drop-down)
3. In the right hand column, near the bottom, there should be a link that says “Chinese (or whatever langauge) CD’s”. That takes you to a specialized MIDCAT search.

Please ask Dan (x5928) if you have any questions.