Hostage Negotiations with Homeland Security, or, Rare Book Buying, Italian Style

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Special Collections visitors often ask how the rare books in our collection make their way onto our shelves, and indeed, the question of provenance is one of great importance in the world of… Read More

The Importance of Being Open

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The library has just finished developing our budget proposal for next year. As part of the broad budget adjustments happening across the college, we submitted a budget that is 3% less than last… Read More

Katrina Spencer

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In each issue of Keynotes, we profile a staff member who works in the library or other related department. This issue features Katrina Spencer, Literatures & Cultures Librarian, who joined the Library staff… Read More

Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) research tools

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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

Caitlin Myers

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In each issue of Keynotes, we profile a faculty member who makes innovative use of the library and/or academic technology.  This issue features Caitlin Myers, Associate Professor of Economics and 2015-2016 Digital Liberal… Read More

Sam Cartwright

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

Canvas

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In 2011, when Middlebury College adopted our previous learning management system (LMS) Moodle, we did so with the understanding that this decision would be revisited after 5 years.  While relatively new at the… Read More

RIP NExpress

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We are disappointed to share the news that 3 of the remaining 5 libraries are leaving NExpress (go\nexpress\) by summer 2017.  This is likely the (hopefully temporary) end of what was a very successful… Read More

Your Favorite Pop Culture Library

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Earlier this month, the Student Engagement Committee greeted incoming the Feb class with a poll asking: “What’s your favorite pop culture library?”  We thought this would be both a fun way to link… Read More

Zotero Workshops

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The Library will be holding a series of Zotero workshops for both faculty and students in late October – two in Davis Family Library and two in Armstrong Library. Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/4pfIGIZ8a56FzB5b2… Read More

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