Monthly Archives: January 2014

New charging station in MIC!

A new charging station is now available in the main floor tower room of Miller Information Commons, courtesy of SGA!  The charger has cables to fit iPhone/iPad devices as well as USB devices, and is located near the vending machine in the tower room.  Come in and recharge!

Privacy Lost: A Panel Discussion next Wednesday, January 29

Please join us for an interactive panel discussion sponsored by the Champlain College Library where we will address the right to privacy in our daily lives and discuss what “privacy” can, and should, mean in the digital age. Moderator: John Stroup, Assistant Professor, Division of Education and Human Studies Panelists include: · Patrick Sheahan – […]

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Online Exhibit: Burlington Waterfront Scenes

Champlain’s Llewellyn Collection of Vermont History is a rich trove of information and images about Burlington’s past. A new web exhibit, “Historic Burlington Waterfront Scenes,” has just been published in our online catalog of the collection. The exhibit features postcards and brochures about businesses, ferries, and rail transportation on the Burlington waterfront at the turn of […]

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Display: MLK Jr.

 Help us celebrate MLK JR. Day! Come check out our display of books about MLK Jr. at the Miller Information Commons as we celebrate his life. We will also have buttons to give out starting January 20. Please feel free to take one and honor MLK Jr.’s life. The week of January 20 there will […]

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Special Collections Exhibits On Campus This Semester

There are three new special collections exhibits up on campus for you to check out this semester: Burlington’s Poets Mimeo Cooperative, Roger H. Perry Hall An exhibit about Burlington’s own Poets Mimeo Cooperative, founded in 1972, is on display in the historic conference rooms at Perry Hall. The exhibit features selections of the group’s self-published, […]

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