The new tenth edition of the “Intellectual Freedom Manual,” published by ALA Editions in collaboration with ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) is now available. This new edition was made possible with the help of UVM Libraries' own Trina Magi (Assistant Editor). Both in and out of the library, Trina works tirelessly to advocate for privacy and intellectual freedom.
UVM Libraries are open for the spring 2021 semester, beginning on February 1st. Learn more about facilities access and remote services.
Negotiations to renew UVM's ScienceDirect contract have failed, as Elsevier has come nowhere close to offering a price we can afford. The UVM Libraries remain committed to obtaining any Elsevier articles you need. Interlibrary Loan will fill without charge every request you send us.
The University of Vermont's Center on Disability & Community Inclusion, in collaboration with the UVM Libraries Center for Digital Initiatives, announces the availability of a new digital resource, Absurdities and Realities of Special Education. The new collection includes over 300 cartoons depicting issues and research findings about special education, schooling, and disability-related issues
New books at the Howe Library showcase international stories, movements for justice, challenging histories, and much more.
Our digital series, "Gathering Leaves: Conversations about Book Arts," continues with a presentation by UVM English professor Liz Fenton on April 29. Professor Fenton will discuss how an interest in the history of printing first emerged out of and then revitalized her work as a literary critic.
Take a look at new and featured books in the Howe Library collection on the historical origins of racism and white supremacy, the role of somatic practice in dismantling racism, and racial injustice in music, popular culture, and housing.
A new exhibit space in the Davis Center provides a venue in which the work and struggles of Black, Indigenous and People of Color at UVM can be acknowledged and celebrated. The inaugural exhibit is centered on the experiences of Black members of the UVM community. Visit the Fireplace Lounge to see the exhibit or view it online.
Today, April 29, at 4:00, our digital conversations about book arts continues with Professor Liz Fenton’s presentation, “A Literary Critic Discovers Letterpress: How Book Arts Reshaped My Scholarship.” Beginning with a tour of her at-home print studio, Professor Fenton will describe how she entered the world of letterpress, tell the stories behind the presses she has purchased, and offer demonstrations of their particular operations. She will also explain how working to create texts and images using old techniques has changed the way she approaches literature. Join the presentation with this MS Teams link: https://go.uvm.edu/gatheringleaves #uvm #uvmlibraries #letterpress