Welcome to the summer Language School and Breadloaf students.
- Find useful tips on the LIS pages (go/lis), (go/lib), and (go/helpdesk)
- Use (go/subjectguides) for links to databases, CDs, video and more
- Begin your research, searching for articles across both databases and MIDCAT (the library catalog) with Summon.
- The music collection has moved into the Davis Family Library, link here to view a map depicting the updated location of materials.
- Study Carrel Suites have been set aside for use by specific Language Schools; individual carrels within the Language Suites are available on a first come, first served basis and may not be reserved; the Language Suites are intended for the exclusive use of the language specified. MAP
- If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to Ask a Librarian.
Are you interested in receiving automatic weekly updates for new library acquisitions? The easiest way to do this is to set up a preferred search in MIDCAT and select the option to Mark for Email. This generates a weekly email listing any new materials matching your search criteria. Note that if no new materials match your search terms for a given week you won’t receive an email. You may set up multiple search alerts, as needed.
For example, to receive notice of all new Jazz CDs I would: Continue reading
The Cataloging department has added a genre/subject field in MIDCAT records for books that have been written, edited, or contributed to by Middlebury faculty.
Try doing a MIDCAT genre search for Faculty authors, and you’ll see all the titles that currently appear on the shelves of the Davis Library faculty authors section.
We’ve probably missed some titles, so faculty members, if there is a title missing from this list, let me know, and I’ll add the field to the record.
If you search MIDCAT for an item that is checked out, you may notice a “notify me when available” button. When the item gets returned, it will be put on hold for you and you will get an email indicating that it is ready to be picked up.
Starting June 1st, we will turn on requesting of available items so that patrons at Breadloaf and Mills can request these items to be picked up at their respective locations. When this happens, that button will change to “Place Request” because we can only have one distinct button for all web requesting. The function will remain the same, but the text will be different. Once the summer sessions are over, we will revert back to the “notify me when available” button and available items will not be requestable.
Many researchers are surprised and dismayed that there’s no easy way to get to MIDCAT in the new library site. There is!!! If someone can’t find MIDCAT, they’re probably using Internet Explorer version 6. In IE 6, the “Library Quick Search” portal–with MIDCAT, articles, journals and more–displays at the bottom of the front page rather than at the top. We tested the new site on multiple browsers, but alas, this issue didn’t become apparent until after launch. We’ve reported the problem and hope for a resolution soon.
If you can’t find MIDCAT, try scrolling down. Pass it on!
Welcome back and Happy New Year, faithful On That Note readers! The Music Library staff hopes your holiday break was joyous, and we hope your return to Middlebury sees you reinvigorated and ready for more adventures in the land of lurnin’.
As J-Term gets underway, perhaps a few handy links/reminders are in order.
During J-Term, the Music Library is open pretty much as usual:
- M-R 9-midnight
- F 9-5
- Sat 10-6
- Sun 10-midnight
Here is the main page with hours for all the branches.
Need help finding your e-reserves readings? Try this page for starters.
Search for printed music, DVDs, CDs, and books, too, right here!
Fill out this form here!