Publius Ovidius Naso, fondly known as Ovid, died in exile about 2,000 years ago. Since, his most influential work, the Metamorphoses, has served as a source and inspiration to authors and artists from Shakespeare, Chaucer,… Read More
Supporting the open access movement is vital for the future health of academic libraries, but how do we balance this support with the need to, at least in the short run, continue to provide access to the paid subscription journals that faculty, students, and researchers still value highly?
We catch up with Michael Kramer, the new Director of the Digital Liberal Arts Initiative.
Fun and games in the library! The spring exhibit by Special Collections, Game Changers, focuses on vintage entertainments from the 19th- and 20th-centuries, exploring their historical significance as cultural artifacts and technologies of yore. From innovations… Read More
Former Middlebury College librarian Joanne Schneider, recent graduate Milo Stanley, and current Middlebury librarian Katrina Spencer share what they are currently reading.
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.