A recent workshop in Dana Health Science Library's classroom highlighted the many ways librarians support patrons who work and study in the health sciences. Library users need not wait for an orientation — familiarize yourself with access to resources and services.
The UVM Libraries have a wide range of services, resources and spaces across our three locations that set students, faculty and staff up for success. Keep an eye out for the following at Howe, Silver, and Dana libraries. Your libraries are here to help!
From storage to management, the campus-wide event brought UVM disciplines together for the love of data.
The University seeks experienced faculty members to serve on the inaugural editorial board of the new University of Vermont Press.
UVM Libraries are celebrating Black History Month with our New Books Spotlight! Our latest Spotlight follows us out of February and into March with our newest books on Black farming, food, and families; a list curated in the lens of health equity. Visit the Howe Library Lobby to see our “Black Farming, Food, and Families” display for more books like these!
UVM Libraries are celebrating Black History Month with our New Books Spotlight! We’re opening February with a list of popular bestselling fiction by black authors.
Happy New Year from UVM Libraries! Did you know our collection features winners and finalists of the “Vermont Book Awards”? Check out the latest winners from 2022 and 2023 and be ready for the May 2024 award announcement. Come see our display in the Howe Library Lobby and check one out!
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.
Give your research the visibility and safekeeping it merits by creating an ORCID® iD! #UVM has recently become a member organization of ORCID and has built a university integration to connect our institution with your ORCID record/profile. As a researcher, your ORCID iD is a sixteen-digit unique and persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researchers and ensures that your work is easily discoverable and accessible. By 2025, U.S. federal funding agencies will require researchers to have a unique identifier when applying for federal grants. This will help you get credit for your research outputs and streamline your reporting obligations for grants and awards. To register for an iD and connect it to UVM, visit go.uvm.edu/orcid-uvm.