Got research to do over break? Sorry to hear that, but the good news is…the Library databases can be accessed anywhere in the world with your Bowdoin ID! (And the bad news is…the Library databases can be accessed anywhere in the world with your Bowdoin ID!) Just click on the database you want to access and you will be prompted for your name and ID. More info: http://library.bowdoin.edu/find/databases-off-campus-access.shtml
Do you have a favorite kind of object you collect when traveling? Bring it to Smith Union the evening of Oct. 8., 6:30-8:30pm. We will help you exhibit it!
The Library (since we LOVE to collect things!) is co-sponsoring, with the Art and Arctic museums, the pop-up exhibit. Everyone is welcome; see more information here.
Drop in the week of October 6-9, 2014 for one or several webinars offered by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. Topics include teaching with data, data management, data sharing, sensitive data, ICPSR datasets, and more. Stop by to view the one-hour webinar presentations of your choice! All webinars are being held in H-L Library, Second Floor, Room 7. For a full schedule and descriptions of the webinars, see ICPSR Data Fair 2014.
Questions? Contact Barbara Levergood.
Welcome from the Library! We are here to help you succeed in your study and research, and so each first year student has been assigned a First Year Librarian to help you do just that! If you missed the message from your First Year Librarian, here’s the list grouped by your last name. Feel free to contact her or him to introduce yourself if you haven’t already:
|Last name begins||First Year Librarian|
|Lew-Miller, C||Sue O’Dell|
|Miller, E-Ph||Marjorie Hassen|
Search the venerable Cambridge Histories series of books online, anytime. We bet you’ll be surprised at the range of subjects to which Cambridge Histories have been devoted–here’s a sampling: Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World; Cambridge History of the Romance Languages; Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century Music; Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics; and the Cambridge History of Islam, to name just a few.
For the performers out there, we have also added an additional scores module: Classical Scores, v. 2
Library systems/services affected by the I.T. Microwave move
Wednesday, June 4, 7:00pm – Thursday, June 5, 8:00am
- Website won’t be available. This means no access to e-resources (databases, journals, etc.)
- CBBcat will be available through direct access only (http://cbbcat.net). Requests for Colby and Bates books will still work but most e-resources accessed from CBBcat will not
- ILLiad (interlibrary loan) will be available through direct access only (http://illiad.bowdoin.edu)
La Bahia de Jiquilisco by Fabiola Navarrete
The Book as Journey Included in this exhibition are hand made artists’ books created by students from Narrative Structures, a course taught in the Visual Arts Department here at Bowdoin College. These works visually interpret structure and form within the book, in relation to narrative, time, distance and the act of storytelling.
The Book as Journey, an exhibition of artists’ books by Bowdoin students, H-L Library, 1st floor, May 9-May 24
The Library invites you to take a study break during exam period.
We know you are studying hard! Come take a relaxing, tasty study break.
Monday, May 12 – Friday, May 16, 2014
9:00 p.m. – closing
Two Locations: Chandler Room, first floor of H-L Library AND Circulation area, Hatch Science Library
Coffee and tea will be available along with cookies, brownies, muffins and a healthier choice (choices will rotate throughout the week).
A collection of work by members of the class of 2014
This show displays a variety of media and creative processes each artist has developed throughout their time at Bowdoin.
Kailey Bennett – Casey Correa – Mike English – Haley Gewandter – Rebecca Hong – Dana Hopkins – Fabi Navarrete – Lester Pearson – Chelsea Shaffer – Lucy Walker – Christiana Whitcomb
The Ramp Gallery is located on the lower level of Hawthorne-Longfellow Library. For more information, please contact Bridget Spaeth, 725-3398;