Need a break from spring semester textbooks? Take a peek at Howe Library's New Books section, on the main floor across from the Circulation Desk.
The University of Vermont Board of Trustees voted to remove the name of Guy W. Bailey, UVM’s 13th president, from the main university library.The official name for the building, previously Guy W. Bailey/David W. Howe Memorial Library, will now be David W. Howe Memorial Library.
International Open Access Week is October 22 – 28, 2018! As a scholar, why should you support and participate in open access publishing models?
Kanopy is is a platform for streaming video, including feature films and documentaries from around the world. There are some important new changes for faculty to be aware of as they plan class content or viewing assignments that rely on this resource.
Howe Library faculty will offer one-hour long workshops throughout the fall semester to help faculty and students learn about citation management programs Zotero, Endnote, and Mendeley. Come learn how to organize your research with these robust tools. All skill levels and experience are welcome.
On October 18, Michele Burgess will talk about “The Stratigraphic Archives,” a series of eleven linked artists' books, all concerned with the archives of both quiet and cataclysmic events—natural and human made.
On September 27, David Lustgarten, associate professor in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College, will help celebrate the opening of the Jack and Shirley Silver Special Collections Library with his presentation, "A Book, a Building, and the Future of Our World."
An exhibit in the Bailey/Howe Library lobby examines the history and timeline of the eugenics movement at the University of Vermont from the 1920’s to the 2000’s. The exhibit will remain on display throughout the fall 2018 semester.
Special Collections and University Archives will be closed from July 9-August 19 to make the move to their new quarters in the Billings Library at 48 University Place. Although collections will not be available during this time, librarians will be happy to answer questions via email or phone.
Mary Oliver, 1935–2019: A profound loss for the world, but forever in our stacks. Thank you for your countless gifts to anyone who chooses to read them.