The audiovisual collection contains approximately 700 titles in a variety of formats:
videocassettes, slides, audiocassettes, DVD's, etc. Programs
from the collection may be viewed in the Library or borrowed, at no cost, by UVM or
FAHC patrons. The Library does not loan its equipment for use elsewhere, but does
provide information on where to borrow audiovisual hardware on campus. All
media materials are listed in the UVM Libraries Catalog.
Media materials can be reserved in advance for class use. Please phone 656-2200 to make your reservations.
For more information about the Media Collection, please contact Lesley Boucher
The circulating book collection is located at the south end of the stacks, at the end of the journal collection. There are approximately 22,500 volumes, arranged by subject categories based on the National Library of Medicine's classification system. The first two letters of each book's call number indicate the general subject of the book: QS-QV are the pre-clinical sciences and W-WZ are clinical medicine and related subjects. An outline of the National Library of Medicine classification system is posted near the Reference Desk.
Consumer Health Collection
Dana has a growing collection of books written for the health care consumer and/or patient. They are identified in the UVM Libraries Catalog by the message LOCATION: Consumer Health Collection
and are located in the front of the library adjacent to the reference area.
The print journal collection is located on shelves in the back portion of the library. There are approximately 1100 journal titles arranged alphabetically by title. Issues older than 1986 are located at the LRA
. The online catalog will list the years we own and where they are located. An increasing number of journal are available electronically and may also be accessed through the online catalog. If a journal is available electronically, there will be an link to the Internet URL. Currently, the Dana Library provides access to over 1100 medical and scientific journals.
Medical History Collection
The Dana Medical History Collection contains books, manuscripts and journals from the sixteenth century to
The emphasis of the collection is American medicine and health care in Vermont.
Dana Library also maintains a collection of old and rare medical instruments.
The bulk of the Medical History Collection, including Dana Medical History, Vermont Medical History, and the oversized
collections are now housed in the Medical History Room within Dana Medical Library.
Not all material is housed in this location; some items remain at the LRA.
Voyager records are being changed to accurately reflect the location of the materials.
Dana staff members can assist you in locating medical history material.
Research assistance is available by appointment only.
Dana Library's non-circulating reference books are located to the south of the Reference Desk. Reference Books are identified in the UVM Libraries Catalog by the message LOCATION: DANA REFERENCE
. Print indexes are located at end of the Reference collection.