The Dartmouth community’s access to research library resources through the BorrowDirect consortium increased dramatically October 1 as the 11 partner institutions and Duke University launched an on-site borrowing and access agreement.
As the publishing industry transitions from print to digital, University Press of New England (UPNE) is partnering with the open access programs of the Dartmouth College's Digital Library and the Brandeis University's Institutional Repository to p
The video Echoes of Dartmouth: ’13s Revisited opens with a bit of time travel: As members of the Class of 2013 introduce themselves, the scene shifts between 2009 and 2013, and first-year students become spring-term seniors.
Dartmouth welcomed leaders from its partners in the international Matariki Network of Universities to Hanover September 9 and 10, 2013, for the consortium’s first conference on research in the humanities.
The number of books available to Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff will increase in the fall when the University of Chicago joins Borrow Direct, a system that allows for the sharing of library materials between institutions that are members o
“Rural Vermont seems an unlikely place to find a commercial printer dedicated to impeccable design and the craft of book making,” notes the introduction of a new exhibition in the Baker Library Main Hall, “but it was in Lunenburg that Roderick Sti