Welcome to the first issue of our new, as-yet unnamed, quarterly online newsletter designed to keep the Middlebury College community informed of all things Library. As you may have noticed, we are searching for… Read More
Events & workshops hosted by the Library/Academic Technology/IT.
Did you know you can borrow articles, books, CDs, videos, and more from libraries across the world? Our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service borrows and lends thousands of items every year. Here are some… Read More
Summon is an easy-to-use tool that searches the library catalog (MIDCAT) as well as most of the databases and full-text journals subscribed to by the library. However, the large number of results Summon… Read More
Many researchers find Google Scholar to be a useful, user-friendly tool for searching for scholarly content. You can make it even more useful by customizing it to provide full-text access to the library… Read More
In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a staff member who works in the library or other related department. This issue features Bill Koulopoulos, Director of Academic Technology, who joined Middlebury in… Read More
In each issue of this newsletter, we profile one of the many student assistants who help make the Middlebury Libraries run smoothly. This issue features Vanessa Dikuyama, a first-year student who works in… Read More
In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a faculty member who makes innovative use of the library or academic technology. This issue features Dr. Orion Lewis, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Political… Read More
What was life like at Middlebury College and in Vermont in the 1940s? Check out the Special Collections & Archives blog for fascinating glimpses at life before the internet!
What are the best online databases for the study of literature? What kinds of primary source material for African history does the library offer? How can you find specialized encyclopedias for geology? Middlebury… Read More