Rachel Roseman is an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer (2017- 2018) at the Center for Community Engagement at Middlebury College. Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer poses some questions and has Rachel share on the Privilege & Poverty Academic Cluster and balancing core duties with creative projects.
Science Data Librarian Wendy Shook provides an update on activities at Armstrong Library in Bicentennial Hall. This library serves the sciences including biology, chemistry, neuroscience, and psychology.
During the Fall 2017 semester Academic Technology, Borrowing Services, and Media Services piloted a virtual reality set up on the Library to support Professor Patricia Saldarriaga’s FYSE 1500A: Apocalyptic Representations class. The course… Read More
Did you know that, in addition to things like books, films, and music, the library also lends technology equipment? For example: • We have new MacBook Air laptops for students and faculty/staff. Student… Read More
In the November 9 Community Conversation in Mead Chapel, a student, whose name I wish I knew, shared this quote: “You can’t be what you can’t see.” This student was advocating a more… Read More
Did you know the library subscribes to several streaming music services you can listen to from anywhere, at any time?
Douglas Black, Collection Development librarian, provides an update on the recent journal/database review project.
Welcome to our new column about books and reading. This month, Katrina Spencer and Kat Cyr, two of our newest library staff, talk to us about what’s on their reading lists. If you are also… Read More
Now seems as appropriate a time as any to mention that Middlebury and MIIS students, faculty, and staff have access to the Digital National Security Archive, a database containing over 500,000 pages of… Read More
The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is one of the oldest and largest archives of social science data in the world. Founded in 1962, and hosted at the University of… Read More