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Library Hours for Fall break

Categories: Armstrong, armstrong library, borrowing, circulation, Circulation Services, hours, hours of service, libitsblog, library, library hours, libspotlight, lisblog, Middlebury Community Interest, middpoints, Post for MiddNotes, Post for MiddPoints

The Libraries will have reduced hours this weekend for Fall break.

Davis will close at 8 pm on Friday and be open 9-5 Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. On Tuesday, we will open at 9 am and close at the regular 1 am.

Armstrong will close at 5 pm on Friday and be closed Saturday and Sunday. Hours Monday will be 9-5 and Tuesday will be 9-midnight.

Regular hours resume on Wednesday.

See go/hours for the full calendar.

lynda.com Site Unavailable Sept 19 from 2:00-3:00 AM (EST)

Categories: Helpdesk Alert, ITS, libitsblog, library, lynda.com, Middlebury Community Interest, Post for MiddNotes

lynda_logo 72x72For the night owls out there, please note that our lynda.com online learning resource will be unavailable from 2:00 – 3:00 AM Friday, September 19, while web server capacity improvements are implemented.    (What’s that you say?   You haven’t heard of lynda??  Visit go/lyndainfo to see what you’re missing.)

 

Come to Alumni Appreciation Week!

Categories: Davis Family Library, For Students, library, Library Spaces, Student Activities

Alumni giving and volunteering makes our Middlebury experience possible. Come show your support and appreciation for our wonderful Midd alumni at the third annual Alumni Appreciation Week!

Visit the Davis Family Library atrium anytime between noon and 4 p.m. today, tomorrow, and Thursday to sign thank-you postcards that will be mailed to alumni at the end of the year. You’ll also receive a coupon for a *free coffee or tea* from the Wilson Cafe!

Alumni Appreciation Week

Davis Family Library, Noon-4 p.m.

Tuesday, 3/5 – Thursday 3/7

Tibetan Peace Flag-Making at Middlebury College Library, Oct. 1-14

Categories: community, Dalai Lama, eNewsletter, library, Library Spotlight, LIS Staff Interest, Middlebury Community Interest, Peace Flag Project, Post for MiddNotes, Post for MiddPoints, Tibetan Peace Flags

 

Students and the whole Middlebury community are invited to the Davis Family Library to make Tibetan Peace Flags that will decorate the building for the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. This is a chance to share your message of peace, thanksgiving and good will with the Dalai Lama and our whole community. Come and write your wishes, thoughts and prayers, or express your feelings by drawing or decorating your flag.

Tables with flag-making supplies will be set up in the library lobby from Oct. 1-14.  Flags will be on display in the library throughout October.