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- October 27, 2014
We're trying out a new way to make it easier to see what's new in Bridge, the joint catalog of the Carleton and St. Olaf Libraries. You can view a list of new books, sorted by call number/subject area and a list of new DVDs, sorted by title. We'll update these lists each month.
- August 22, 2013
Working from off-campus? Click that red "Log-in for off-campus access" button up in the top right corner of the page, and you'll have access to everything just as if you were on campus.
- October 13, 2011
All recorded information on archival records at Carleton now online for the public to search, view and request.
- October 12, 2011
The open access Carleton Faculty & Staff Scholarship Collection contains a selection of journal articles published by Carleton faculty and staff since 2009. Each article was submitted by the author/s to the Dean of the College for recognition during the annual Faculty & Staff Scholarship Celebration. The collection represents the beginning of what is often referred to as an “institutional repository” or IR, an online archive where colleges and universities collect and showcase digital versions of the work of the faculty, staff, and sometimes students. For more information, contact Eric Hillemann, College Archivist or Nat Wilson, Digital Archivist.
- May 25, 2011
The English Department and Library are pleased to announce that all issues of the Carleton Miscellany are now available online. The Miscellany was a highly regarded literary magazine published at Carleton from 1960-1980.
- January 19, 2011
The library has just subscribed to the online edition of The New York Review of Books, meaning you can access not only the newest and most recent issues, but every issue back to Volume 1, Issue 1 published February 1, 1963.
Due to the withdrawal of support by The Getty Research Institute for the Bibliography of the History of Art, online access to the index will end on March 31, 2010.
- November 5, 2009
JSTOR is an online collection of hundreds scholarly journals that spans many disciplines.
- October 26, 2009
This week's featured resource is the AP Images database.
- October 15, 2009
Online access to the venerable guide to publishing style, documentation, and citation, The Chicago Manual of Style, is available to the entire Carleton community.
- October 2, 2009Oxford Reference Online provides access to over 200 Oxford reference titles including dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, timelines, and quotations.
- September 29, 2009
To request a book or periodical owned by St. Olaf, just find the item you want in Bridge:
then click on the orange "request" button at the top. Then enter your Carleton ID and password (just like when you log into your e-mail), and be sure to select "Carleton" as both your home college and your pick-up location. The item will be sent over, usually within 24 hours on weekdays, and you will be notified by e-mail when it is ready to pick up.