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What to know about the Middlebury Libraries web site.

What to know about the Middlebury Libraries web site.

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  • 1. Go/lib http://go.middlebury.edu/lib
  • 2. Go/lib (now what?)
  • 3. Go/lib gets you here.
  • 4. You are strangely attracted to the green box…
  • 5.
    • … where you can access many useful search tools.
    • MIDCAT,
    • the online
    • catalog of
    • books & media
    • in our libraries.
  • 6.
    • NExpress,
    • the combined
    • catalogs of
    • books & media
    • in 6 other New
    • England libraries
    • we can borrow
    • from.
  • 7.
    • WorldCat,
    • a worldwide
    • catalog of books &
    • many other things
    • we can borrow
    • through Inter-
    • Library Loan (ILL).
  • 8.
    • Articles,
    • from thousands of
    • journals & magazines
    • in Academic OneFile.
  • 9.
    • Databases A-Z,
    • which gets you to
    • any other resource
    • (e.g. JSTOR)
  • 10.
    • Journals A-Z,
    • every journal
    • we subscribe to
    • in ABC order,
    • browsable by
    • letter & category.
  • 11. But wait, there’s more on go/lib!
  • 12.
    • Research Guides are designed by general subject. Each one contains links to journals, databases (many full-text), newspapers & other primary sources, book reviews, biographies, image collections, stats collections, and many other resources excellent for research papers, reports, or theses.
  • 13.
    • Library Hours
    • We know you love being in the library. Find out our regular hours, as well as early closings over breaks and when our 24/7 hours begin and end.
  • 14.
    • Ask a Librarian
    • This web form lets you send a question via email to the librarians, and we’ll email you back.
    • Also, the link gets you to go/askus, where you’ll find our in-person Reference hours, phone number, and info on our texting service.
  • 15. Now you know go/lib. Thanks for reading.
  • 16. Now you know go/lib. Thanks for reading. Almost no librarians were harmed in the making of this presentation.