Tag Archives: library collections

Deutsche Sammlung German ebooks (trial through May 3)

For one month starting today, we have access to over 4,500 German ebooks covering the humanities, arts, sciences, technology, engineering, and medicine from publishers such as De Gruyter, Aarhus University Press, International Monetary Fund, Ohne Verlag, and Frank & Timme GmbH.

Visit Deutsche Sammlung or our New & Trials website for other new library collections and current trials.

Email us at eaccess-admin@middlebury.edu or contact your liaison if this would be a useful addition to our collection.

Trial: Oxford History of Western Music

The Middlebury College community has 30 days to evaluate the usefulness of the Oxford History of Western Music . Fascinating text and images including scores,

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New research database: Orlando Women’s Writing in the British Isles

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.

Find Orlando and other New & Trial Resources here.

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New Books for Spring

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.

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You can also “check out” newly added eBooks and audiobooks at go/books2go (http://go.middlebury.edu/books2go).

 

Deep archives of the New Yorker, Harper’s, New York Review of Books

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). 

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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.

http://go.middlebury.edu/newyorker (go/newyorker)

http://go.middlebury.edu/nyreview (go/nyreview)

http://go.middlebury.edu/harpers (go/harpers)

*Tip: add icons to your iPad/iPhone home screen by following these directions.

Digital Theatre Plus – trial access through April 13

“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 eaccess-admin@middlebury.edu.

After you use Digital Theatre Plus, let us know what you think! Please send feedback to Rebekah Irwin or your liaison.

Gallup Brain – trial through April 8, 2013

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.

Middlebury College users have full access to the Gallup Brain through early April. Please let us know what you think: Send an email to Rebekah Irwin or your liaison.