University of Vermont Libraries encompass Bailey/Howe Library, Dana Medical Library, and Special Collections and University Archives. All three libraries are home to robust collections. In sum, the Libraries make available more than one million books, 300,000 ebooks, 130,000 serials titles, 300 databases and electronic resources, and 26,000 multimedia materials.
Bailey/Howe Library is the main campus library and home to more than 600,000 monographs and approximately 43,000 print serials titles. Bailey/Howe offers a browsable current newspaper and periodical collection, and extensive microform collection. Materials from the main collection are also stored remotely and available for retrieval. The Government Information & Maps collection, Media collection, and Reference collection are all located in Bailey/Howe Library.
Researchers are welcome to search ScholarWorks @ UVM, an institutional repository of the scholarly and creative works of the UVM community, and the Center for Digital Initiatives, a digital library of research collections.
For more information about selection policies of the Bailey/Howe main collection, please refer to the Bailey/Howe Library Main Collection Development Policy (PDF).