This fall, the Bailey/Howe library added a new single-occupancy, gender-free restroom to our busy first floor. With this addition, Bailey/Howe is now home to six gender-free restrooms, accommodating eight simultaneous users, with access on each of the library’s four floors.
Bailey/Howe’s All-Night Study (midnight – 8 a.m.) resumes operation September 17th at midnight. All Night Study can be accessed with a UVM ID from a front entrance to the Bailey/Howe Library and is typically open on school nights (Sundays – Thursdays).
New location, new computers, same great service! Read about the upgrades made to your Center for Multimedia Development.
The UVM Libraries are proud to introduce selected new resources, purchased in support of learning and research. These include an archive of African-American newspapers, a database of geology data, a comprehensive Shakespeare bibliography, and a new JSTOR collection of sustainability articles.
Bailey/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.
Featuring political cartoons by Thomas Nast and other artists, Bailey/Howe Library’s current exhibit examines the fierce debates over the meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment and the development of racial stereotypes in the twenty-five years after the U. S. Civil War. “Contesting Race and Citizenship in the Gilded Age” was created by students in Professor Nicole Phelps’s Spring 2017 class, The Gilded Age.