Be sure to come in and view the International Photo competition now on display on the main floor of Miller Information Commons. New this year: Vote for your favorite photo! And while you are here, check out the accompanying display of photography-related books (also viewable in flickr).
Check out a national presentation with Champlain’s own Andy Burkhardt, highlighted in the second half of this article in the Chronicle of Higher Education under the heading “13 Ways of Looking at a Librarian.
Our latest group of new books is now on display, so “March” on over to the Library and see what we’ve added–many thought-provoking selections are available.
March is Women’s History Month. A time to celebrate women who have made it into the history books and have shown that women can do anything. From sports to medicine, engineering to politics, feminism to the arts, the Miller Information Commons has a wonderful collection on women. We take the month of March as an […]Continue reading
The library hours for the remainder of spring break are: Weds Mar 9: 8:30am-5:00pm Thur Mar 10: 8:30am-9:00pm Fri Mar 11: 8:30am-5:00pm Sat Mar 12: CLOSED Sun Mar 13: Noon-Midnight Regular hours resume Monday Mar 14.
What do social work majors go on to do? Who were the major thinkers in the history of the field? March is national social work month, so come see the possibilities in the book exhibit “Social workers change futures” now on display in main floor of Miller Information Commons. (And check out the online photos!)
In celebration of Black History Month, the Champlain College Library has created a display of wonderful books – from Maya Angelou to Rosa Parks to Jesse Jackson – come see the great collection of books that celebrate black history.
Two new online resources are now available through the Library website: “Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries” is the premier source for reviews of academic books, electronic media, and Internet resources of interest to those in higher education. This is one of the primary sources that we use in the library to review new academic […]Continue reading
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. […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading