Monthly Archives: January 2011

Event: “Meaningful Books Series”

The Miller Information Commons’“Meaningful Books” series highlightsValerie Esposito, Program Director, Environmental Policy Wednesday, February 2nd, Noon-1:30 pmMiller Information Commons, Vista RoomCancelled–to be rescheduledValerie thinks that books have a lot in common with wine. Fine ones are meant to be savored, slowly imbibing their richness, which remains with you for days, weeks, even years to come. […]

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DISPLAY: The words of Martin Luther King, Jr

Read the powerful words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In support of tonight’s reading of “Letter from the Birmingham Jail” sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and featuring Edgar Davis (Monday January 24, 7:00 p.m., Alumni Auditorium), books of Dr. King’s writings are on display at the main desk of Miller Information […]

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News: New Catalog Look!

Our catalog got a new look today. The new interface is cleaner and provides more information on the results list. We hope you find searching for books and ebooks even easier now. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at the library. Check out the new interface here: http://library.champlain.edu/

NEWS: New Databases!

The following databases are now available in the Champlain Collection, and can be accessed via the library website: Biography in Context (InfoTrac)
–A “next-generation online portal” built on a foundation of 600,000+ biographies on more than 500,000 people. Includes the highly regarded Contemporary Authors database. Career Transitions (InfoTrac)
–Designed for people in the midst of a career […]

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