Thanks to all who shared their favorite books from this summer! We had an interactive display in the atrium last week to learn what the Middlebury community read while they were away for the summer.
The display may be over, but you can still view the list of titles (below) and how to access them on campus! We will also add some titles that weren’t already in our collection.
Thanks for participating! Comment below if your favorite book hasn’t made the list.
List of Titles from Summer Reading Display:
The Library Space Committee has created a billboard display in the atrium to showcase how student input impacts space decisions made here at the library. Continue reading
The library has millions of resources, but how do you start to find the exact title you’re looking for? The answer isn’t one size fits all. Check out the top ways to find sources below:
Librarian approved! These guides highlight relevant resources and databases on specific subjects and are a great place to start your research. go/guides/
Library search engine, results will show everything the library has access to. Use the filters on the left side to narrow your results down to a manageable amount. go/summon/
The traditional online library catalog, MIDCAT is a great tool when you know a specific feature of what you’re looking for like the author’s name, title, or subject of the work. go/midcat/
Fear not! If Middlebury doesn’t have the resource you want, you can still have it (though it might take a little longer than pulling a book off the shelves) Submit an ILL request for anything we’ll get a copy for you! go/ill/
Still Not Sure?
Meet a librarian at the Research Desk or schedule a consultation, no question is too small. go/AskUs/