Adventures in Armstrong

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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.

Faculty Profile — Matthew Taylor

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In this issue of Keywords, we feature Dr. Matthew Taylor, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music, who is in his 1st year at the College. The questions are posed by Literatures & Cultures Librarian… Read More

Staff Profile – Patrick Wallace

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In each issue of Keywords, we profile a staff member who works in the library or a related department. This issue features our Digital Projects and Archives Librarian, Patrick Wallace. Greetings, Patrick.  How… Read More

New Realities In The Library

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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

DIY Bookmaking is back this J-Term!

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Vinyl records are so 2010. Special Collections bookmaking gurus are back to celebrate the millennium renaissance of audio cassette tapes, those small, plastic, blasts from the past. We’ll provide vintage cassette tapes and… Read More

Digital Fluency and the Library

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At Middlebury, our new strategic plan calls for us to move in the direction of cultivating digital fluency and critical engagement. As we consider the outsized role of technology in our current age, the time is right for us to directly engage in helping our students (and ourselves) understand not only how modern technology functions, but also how to think critically about the kind of world we want to create.

What Are You Reading and Why?

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This month, we offer book reviews by Shenisis Kirkland, a second-year student at Middlebury, a Brooklyn native and a student staff representative at the Anderson Freeman Center; Hector Vila, who has taught in… Read More

An Age-Old Question

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(Why?!! indeed!  Click on the image to find out!)

Student Profile – Jasmine Crane

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In each issue of Keywords, we profile one of the many student assistants who help make the Middlebury Libraries run smoothly.  This issue features Jasmine Crane, who works at the Circulation Desk at… Read More

Et Al.

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Odds and ends from around the library-verse…

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