Jim Ralph

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In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a faculty member who makes innovative use of the library and/or academic technology. This issue features Jim Ralph, Dean of Faculty Development & Research; Director… Read More

Nemanja Stojanovic

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In each issue of this newsletter, we profile one of the many student assistants who help make the Middlebury Libraries run smoothly. This issue of our newsletter features one of our Library Assistants… Read More

A few words from Mike

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Welcome to the first issue of Keywords for the 2016-2017 academic year! As usual, it has been a busy summer here, with the libraries operating full-tilt year-round to support the Language Schools and… Read More

ICPSR – Sharing data to advance science

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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

Peep shows at Middlebury

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Middlebury Libraries’ Special Collections & Archives has recently acquired some 19th-century European peep shows! Peep shows burst onto the European scene in 1825 with Austrian printer Heinrich Friedrich Müller’s first “Teleorama.” These tunnel… Read More

Janine McDonald

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In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a staff member who works in the library or other related department. This issue features Janine McDonald, Circulation Services Specialist, whose voice you may have… Read More

Most Popular CDs

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Have you ever wondered which CDs are the most-used in the library’s collection of more than 21,000 CDs? Wonder no longer: 1. Regina Spektor: “Begin to Hope” / 67 circs 2. Bob Dylan:… Read More

Casey O’Neill/Nicolette Amber

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In this issue of our newsletter, we are profiling two of the many student assistants who help make the Middlebury Libraries run smoothly. Both are student-athletes who work at the Davis Family Library… Read More

On Access

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As we wrap up the academic year and head into summer, most of our undergraduates and many of our faculty head off to other locations across the country and across the globe, and we welcome a new set of students and faculty who join us for our language schools and our Bread Loaf School of English. It is during these transitions that I am particularly reminded of the need and challenges of providing access to the library’s collections.

Mead Chapel turns 100

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2016 marks the centennial celebration of Mead Chapel, dedicated on June 18th, 1916. In 1914, former governor Dr. John Mead, class of 1864, fulfilled President Thomas’s desire for a space large enough to accommodate… Read More

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