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
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
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.
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
In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a staff member who works in the library or other related department. This issue features Joseph Watson, the Library’s Preservation Manager & Special Collections &… Read More
Did you know that Midd Libraries provides the entire Middlebury community with access to thousands of movies, all available to stream instantly?
Do you wish there was an easier way to browse the latest issues from journals in your field? Would you like to be notified when new issues are published?
In each issue of this newsletter, we profile a faculty member who makes innovative use of the library or academic technology. This issue features Marybeth Nevins, Assistant Professor of Sociology/Anthropology What is your… Read More
Instructors have been able to view class rosters in the Course Hub since 2011, a feature many have used to help learn students’ names or easily look up contact or other information. However,… Read More
Library research is sometimes like rounding the corner of a winding mountain path. The higher you climb, the more you realize how much there is to see. In a survey of last year’s… Read More