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The UVM Libraries are pleased to announce a new institutional subscription to the New York Times for our students, staff, faculty, and other affiliates. See our helpful tutorial on how to get signed up and/or contact Ask a Librarian for help or more information.

Howe Library, Dana Medical Library, and Silver Special Collections Library buildings are closed, but essential services remain available, including research assistance, reference help, instructional services, and scanning and document delivery service. Check the Howe Library website, Dana Medical Library website, and Silver Special Collections Library website for additional information.

UVM affiliates working on academic and/or research projects may pick up Howe Library books, Dana Medical Library books, DVDs, and media equipment by appointment using curbside service.

The University of Vermont seeks a director of Collection Development and Acquisitions to lead the University Libraries’ collections program. 

07/30/20 Update: UVM Libraries offers curbside service five days a week, Monday through Friday. Read the details and instructions below. Thanks to a new curbside pickup and drop-off service at Howe Library, UVM students, faculty, staff, and guest borrowers now have expanded access to the University's physical collection.

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As we mourn the passing of civil rights leaders Rep. John Lewis and Rev. C.T. Vivian, here are some books in our collection that document their extraordinary lives and the movement they were a part of. Books are currently available through our curbside pickup program.

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Congrats, graduates!

The Libraries want to congratulate the UVM class of 2020. We look forward to celebrating with you in person when the time is right and lifting you up NOW with virtual commencement activities.

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This February, we observe Valentine’s Day, in all its complexity, with a display of books on themes of love, romance, marriage, and pleasure.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

In January, we remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout the month, the Howe Library will feature rotating works from its circulating book collection about the history and legacy of the civil rights movement.

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UVM Libraries is partnering with the Office of Sustainability Eco-Reps Program to celebrate Agricultural Literacy Week. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Our Culinary Traditions.”

For Open Access Week 2019 (October 21 – 27, 2019), the UVM Libraries are featuring the work of some of UVM’s most passionate open access champions: Penny Bishop, Gary Ward, Tina Escaja, Meredith Niles, and President Suresh Garimella.

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The #UVM Libraries now provides online access to the Burlington Free Press Archive 1878-2007 for UVM students, faculty and staff. For #TBT, we searched for news about the 1954 election of Vermont's first female lieutenant governor, Consuelo Northrop Bailey. To read the full story about the politician and

The #UVM Libraries now provides online access to the Burlington Free Press Archive 1878-2007 for UVM students, faculty and staff. For #TBT, we searched for news about the 1954 election of Vermont's first female lieutenant governor, Consuelo Northrop Bailey. To read the full story about the politician and "housewife too" published on Nov. 4, 1954, look for the Burlington Free Press Archive in our Research Databases list. #uvmlibraries

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