The UVM Libraries has recently purchased the Wiley Digital Archives: Environmental Science and History database. This primary source archive contains a variety of materials such as documents, records, images, data sets, range and distribution maps, photographs, and slides (including insect, fungus, and botanical specimen slides) spanning from the 1790s-2000s. We are excited to bring this resource to UVM! Read more about this resource here.
April 17 – 21 is Research Week at UVM! UVM Libraries will have a table at the upcoming Research Resource Fair on April 18th, 1 – 5 pm, in the Davis Center Grand Maple Ballroom.
Congratulations to UVM Libraries' own Daisy Benson, Gary Attwood, Kate Bright, Amalia Dolan, Laura Haines, and Kelli Kauffroath who presented a poster on inclusive hiring practices last week at the Association for College and Research Libraries conference! Read more about their presentation, "Recruit Don’t Search: Using Inclusive Strength-Based Processes in Hiring" here.
Come to the Howe Library atrium to watch the UVM men's basketball game beat Marquette in the first round of the 2023 NCAA tournament, this Friday, March 17 at 2:45 p.m.
The UVM Libraries welcomes you to join us March 8th, 12 - 1:30 pm, in the Davis Auditorium, for the panel discussion “The Future of Open Access: How Will it Impact You?” This event will explore open access publishing and principles with UVM community members. The panel will include: Meredith Niles, Acting Director of the Gund Institute, Dan DeSanto, Associate Professor of UVM Libraries, Mary Cushman, Professor of Medicine, and Kendal Fortney, Program Director of the Open Source Program Office.
Celebrate Pride Month with these new books featured at Howe Library! Check out titles highlighting LGBTQ+ joy, stories, and history.
Howe Library celebrates Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Check out some of our newest titles showcasing AAPI experiences, storytelling, and activism.
Howe Library celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month! Check out our New Books Spotlight for the latest on this topic. It's a stressful time for us all! How are you taking care of your mental well-being?
It’s the home stretch of the Spring semester, which inevitably means some level of stress for students. Final papers, projects, exams—it can all be overwhelming but remember librarians are here to help. Find out how to make an appointment with your subject librarian here.
The UVM libraries will be hosting two data related workshops this month. Join Maria Sckolnick, Statistical Design and Data Specialist for one or both sessions. These sessions are informal conversations about the posted topic. Anyone is welcome to attend.
#graduation is this weekend!! We are so proud of our #uvm2023 grads!And we have some special ones here as student workers at #uvmlibraries! #grads, we wish you the very best as you find new pathways and embark on new adventures!!#danahealthscienceslibrary #uvm