Gould Library News
- November 14, 2012
The library will be open extended hours for reading days and finals.
- October 31, 2012
Stop by the Swingline Cemetery in front of the library today (Halloween) to pay your respects to our dearly beloved staplers who gave their lives in service of binding your papers.
- October 23, 2012
- September 26, 2012
All faculty, students and staff from Carleton now have access to nearly 80,000 electronic editions of current academic books (2005-present) in a wide range of subjects through the online resource ebrary.
To access ebrary books, simply search the Bridge catalog as you would for any other book and then click the "Click for CARLETON access" link, or go directly to ebrary and search there.
For information on using ebrary with a mobile device (including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices), see our handy guide.
- August 8, 2012Our electronic reserves (eReserves) system will be down starting Thursday, August 9 for maintenance. We expect it to be back up by next week.
- August 3, 2012
The Reference Room of Gould Library will be closed from August 6 through 20 due to a maintenance project. Print reference books will be inaccessible during this time.
The computers, scanners, printers, and copier in the Reference Room will also be inaccessible. The computer labs on the 3rd floor will remain open. A black-and-white photocopier is also available on the 3rd floor. Additional computer labs across campus are available. Color printing is available in the Center for Math and Computing (CMC) and color copying is available in Print Services.
On-call reference service is available at the circulation desk on weekdays between the hours of 10 AM-12 PM and 1 PM-4 PM.
- June 4, 2012
ILLiad, our online InterLibrary Loan software, will be down starting Wednesday, June 6, 2012, as we move to a new host.
We hope that it will be back up by Friday, June 8.
Our apologies for any inconvenience.
The Carleton College Gould Library and Archives announce the addition of the Algol yearbooks to its Digital Collections. Named for the variable star, Algol, and published by Carleton students, the Algol yearbooks present a unique student perspective on campus life. Text and photographs document campus events and personalities. Replete with photographs, many editions also employ prose, poetry, and illustration to tell a detailed history of the academic year. While the Algol appeared sporadically during its early years, it became an annual volume starting in 1923.
Presented in high-resolution scans, the Algols can be searched for specific people, places or events. Students, faculty, staff, and alumnae can freely access the digitized Algol at http://apps.carleton.edu/digitalcollections/algol/ where they can browse through the editions or search by keyword. Carleton College’s complete Digital Collections can be accessed at http://apps.carleton.edu/digitalcollections/. Off campus access requires login.
The Algol online is brought to you by the Digitization Team of the Gould Library and Archives, coordinated by Hsianghui Lui-Spencer. This collection was made possible by generous support from Alumni Relations and the Digital Archiving Group. For more information about the Algol online, contact the D-Team and Hsianghui at email@example.com
Off-campus access to GeoScienceWorld is currently not working. We are working with GSW to find out the root problem and hope to restore off-campus access soon.
- May 16, 2012
Join us this Thursday, May 17 for Drop Everything and Read Carleton! Noon to 1 on the Bald Spot. Rain location is the Weitz Cafe.
Come for 5 minutes, stay for the whole time… Bring something non-required to read — a book, a magazine, etc.
Need a book? Stop in the library to pick up something fun to read.
The Carleton College Library, along with the St. Olaf College Libraries, the Northfield Public Library and the Friends of the Northfield Public Library will sponsor a free public event in Northfield about The Saint John’s Bible at 7:30 pm on Monday, May 14 in the Weitz Center Cinema.
- March 28, 2012
There’s an issue with eReserves and it’s compatibility (or lack thereof) with Chrome. If you are having problems accessing PDFs from eReserves and you are using Chrome, switch to any other browser.