Library facilities remain closed due to the COVID-19 emergency. We expect to progressively expand services and offer some level of access to the collections in July.
For a description of all available remote services, visit the Study Away page. For instructions to connect remotely to library subscription services, see the Off-Campus Access page and this instructional video.
Librarians are available to assist with questions of access to resources and/or conducting research. You may reach librarians through the Ask A Librarian service or by contacting your liaison librarian.
Departments and programs are assigned a librarian and an instructional technologist to support the teaching and research needs of their faculty and students.
Instructional Technology Liaisons:
The Instructional Technology (ITech) group works to enhance the teaching, learning and scholarly work of the College through the creative and sustainable application of technology.
Schow and Sawyer Libraries
Materials in Schow and Sawyer libraries are discoverable through the library catalog.The catalog provides a simple, one-stop search for books, e-books, videos, articles and digital media. It includes:
While most materials from College Archives and Chapin Library are discoverable through the library catalog, several collections are not yet cataloged. For more information, check Archives Collections, and Chapin Library Collections, or contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide access to several collections of e-books. You may ask the library to purchase e-books - if the title is available through our e-book vendors, we'll add it to the collection. However, due to publishers' practices, we are frequently unable to purchase individual titles not offered through our vendors. For additional information, contact your collection liaison.
Articles Databases and E-Journals
The library provides access to a comprehensive collection of e-journals and databases across disciplines. For a list of electronic resources, consult our A-Z Databases list. If you need access to a database not listed, contact your collection liaison.
In partnership with OIT, the library offers: