We are pleased to announce that the Middlebury College community now has permanent access to the Historical Newspapers – Chinese Newspapers Collection.
We trialed this last Fall and received highly positive feedback. Thanks to those who responded – you help us keep our collections relevant to your needs.
Middlebury College faculty, staff, and students now have full, subscribed access to Annual Reviews – Economics Collection, from 2009 to the current issue. This includes:
If you have problems with these or any of our online journals or databases, email firstname.lastname@example.org or choose Library Research – Online journals and databases at go/whd.
Happy New Year! (a month late) Here are some resources we’ve added in the last few months:
The Social Science and Humanities Library of Taylor & Francis: nearly 1,300 journals covering fields including linguistics, ethnic and gender studies, education, political science, and lots more. This means you’ll find more in Summon. For a full title list, click here.
Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics over 1,100 original essays, published in November 2012.
Lithosphere – a journal of the Geological Society of America
The Middlebury College community can now access The Jazz Discography online. The CD-ROM version was available in the Music Library for years; now we offer the convenience of online access. “Looking for a specific jazz record or CD? Want to find everything recorded by a particular bandleader or musician? Want to know who played with whom, and when? Want to find who recorded a particular tune? You’ll find all this and much, much more in the world’s largest, most complete catalog of recorded jazz” – The Jazz Discography
Here are some things that we added to our collections during the 2013 fiscal year:
- Frieze - devoted to contemporary art
- Bidoun - art and culture from the Middle East
- Detail : Zeitschrift fuer Architektur und Baudetail – architecture; in German and some English text
- Three month subscriptions to print versions of foreign titles for browsing during the Language Schools – Ogonek and Allure (Russian), Teva HaDvarim (Hebrew), Al Jamila and Sayidati (Arabic [at Mills College])
- History of al-Tabari, State University New York series in Near Eastern studies (40 volume set) located on the third floor shelves of the Davis Family Library (call number: DS38.2 .T313 1985)