Between December 13 and January 13, UVM Libraries book orders will experience delays due to our transition to a new (and improved!) cataloging and search system. New items may not become available for borrowing or appear in the catalog until late January. Please plan accordingly!
“Languages and Cultures Abroad: Catamounts Around the World” exhibit brings School of World Languages and Cultures' student photography into UVM Libraries
Register now! On Jan. 9, experts from across UVM will present on various topics related to data during this workshop day for researchers and students at any stage in their careers.
Come experience the transformative impact of international travel and study abroad through photos and stories! Starting the week of Nov. 13, Languages & Cultures Abroad: Catamounts Around the World will be on display in Howe Library featuring the winning submissions from the School of World Languages and Cultures’ students who studied abroad in 2022-23.
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Join UVM Libraries and Writing in the Disciplines as we explore simple ways to improve your teaching and increase student engagement. Inspired by James Lang’s Small Teaching, the following Book Spotlight titles include lots of teaching, activity, and connection ideas, and can be checked out through the library.
UVM Libraries' Silver Special Collections is honored to accept the donation of retired U.S. Senator and current UVM President's Distinguished Fellow Patrick Leahy's personal Senate papers. As the article mentions, over the next several years, a team of congressional papers archivists and student interns will work to catalog and organize the extensive collection.
Join Howe Library as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month (November) with our latest New Books Spotlight. Check-out print and eBooks available through the Library featuring indigenous perspectives, stories, and activism.
Perfect for some late October reading, check out Howe Library’s newest Horror titles! Featuring new fiction, non-fiction, and graphic novels in the genre. For even more Horror books, be sure to browse our book display in the Howe Library Lobby.
UVM Libraries are celebrating Banned Books Week! October 1-7, Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read, and highlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. Check-out our Spotlight list and display featuring new banned print and eBooks available at the library, including books from the top 13 most challenged books of 2022.
Did you know that you have access to a recording studio at #uvmlibraries? Students, faculty and staff have everything at their fingertips to make high-quality audio and video recordings, stage photos and videos and produce interviews and podcasts. To get access to the studio, stop by the Media Services desk on the first floor of Howe Library, email email@example.com or call (802)656-1947. Happy recording! #uvm #media #uvmmedia #instauvm #librariesofinstagram