Gould Library News
- March 27, 2012
Working on projects in the Weitz Center and have a question for a reference librarian? We're there for drop-in consultations three times a week.
Reference and Instruction Librarians will be holding office-less office hours at the IdeaLab at the following times during spring term. Drop-ins welcome!
- Mondays, 3-5 p.m.
- Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m.
- Fridays, 9-11 a.m.
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View Academy-Award-Winning Short Film "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore" on YouTubeFebruary 29, 2012
The film that just won the Oscar for Best Animated Short, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, is available to watch on YouTube. Anyone who enjoys the library or is a book lover will find a lot to like about it.
- February 29, 2012
Dean of the College Bev Nagel and Carleton College are pleased to name Brad Schaffner to the position of College Librarian. Brad is currently head of the Slavic Division at Widener Library, Harvard University. Prior to working at Harvard, Brad served at the University of Kansas Libraries as Head of the Library Slavic Department, and Head of International Programs, and Coordinator of Collection Development.
- February 15, 2012
The library has just subscribed to a collection of 12,000 online videos called Academic Video Online. It contains films and documentaries of all kinds across all academic subjects, from political campaign commercials to anthropological field recordings, from full opera performances to historical newsreels, from psychological counseling session demonstrations to filmed plays, and everything else in between. You can access it directly at http://vasc.alexanderstreet.com.ezproxy.carleton.edu/ or just look for Academic Video Online among the databases listings on the library's website.
Deadlines are approaching! Are you organized? On Friday of Week 7 (2/17), join librarians and ATs in the Weitz Center Idea Lab for drop-in help and workshops on organizing your research.
- January 31, 2012
At long last, instructions on how to print to campus computers from your very own laptop. No more hunting or waiting for a lab computer just so that you can print out your paper before class!
- January 24, 2012
Help the library improve our website and catalog!
The library is looking for volunteers to do a short (less than 30 minutes) user test of our catalog and website. Email Ann (azawisto) if you're interested.
- January 3, 2012
After consultation with faculty in the Psychology department and with the Reference and Instruction librarians, Gould Library has switched from the ProQuest platform for the databases PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES to the EBSCO platform
- January 1, 2012
The slowness problem has been resolved. Our apologies for any inconvenience. Please come to the Research/IT desk if you are having any other problems with e-reserves
- 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.
- September 26, 2011
The library has implemented some big changes on our website, and with our Bridge catalog. We'd love to hear what you think of them!
Leave us your thoughts, suggestions, concerns and ideas on our Bridge feedback form.
(The form mentions both Carleton and St. Olaf libraries because the Bridge consortium worked on both the new Bridge catalog interface, and our updates to the website. Please feel free to enter your thoughts on anything Carleton library related).