Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present by Cambridge University Press includes entries on over a thousand authors’ lives and writing careers, contextual material, timelines, intertextual links, and bibliographies.
Just in time for Spring recess, come see the recently updated New Books display at Davis Family Library. Choose from more than 70 newly published and highly recommended books. You’ll find nonfiction, fantasy, action, mystery, graphic novels, short stories and more.
The Middlebury College community now has access to the full archives of Harper’s (starting in 1850-current), The New Yorker (1925-current), and The New York Review of Books (1963-current).
Until now, we’ve had a patchwork of years through databases, microfilm, and print. Starting today, access all issues, with full illustrations, on any device, through the magazine’s own websites.
(A caveat! Our subscription does not include access to The New Yorker iPad/iPhone app. That’s available only through individual subscriptions.)
If you’re off-campus use one of the go/links listed here too access through the College’s network.
*Tip: add icons to your iPad/iPhone home screen by following these directions.
“Experience the thrill of live theatre brought directly to your teaching space” through Digital Theatre Plus. We have trial access to this through April 13th. At this time, only username-password access is provided. (Campus-wide access should be available by the time we decide whether to purchase.) If you would like login credentials, please send an email from a middlebury.edu email account to email@example.com.
Dive into public polling with The Gallup Brain – a searchable, living record of more than 70 years of public opinion. Inside, you’ll find answers to hundreds of thousands of questions, and responses from millions of people interviewed by The Gallup Poll since 1935.
Safari Books Online, our digital library with over 22,886 ebooks on technology, digital media, and design, announced some recent changes.
- Download the new Safari To Go app for Android, iPhone, iPad, and Kindle Fires or Nooks. Find out more about mobile devices and Safari here.
- Access Safari content via the Mobile Optimized Website for mobile device users.
- Self-register for a My Safari account for enhanced features including: (1) The ability to create, organize and manage folders of favorite titles (2) Create notes and tags in Safari content (3) establish digital bookmarks in Safari titles to allow users to keep their place (4) write reviews for Safari ebooks.
Find more ebooks and scholarly essays in Oxford Handbooks Online.
We’ve expanded access to include the following collections: Philosophy, Religion, Economics & Finance, Music, Literature, History, and Political Science.