We’re delighted to announce MFAW student Chera Miller & HAS student Jayne Kramen as the winners of the $25 Amazon Gift Card drawing! Everyone who completed our Satellite Librarian Pilot Program Evaluation was eligible to win. Thanks to every one of the 141 Plainfield Campus students, faculty, & staff for filling out the survey, your feedback is already helping us shape our services and we only just compiled the data! Stay tuned for exciting announcements coming this Residency Season.
We are pleased to announce that fiber has come to Goddard’s Plainfield, VT Campus!
We now have a 100Mbps connection (up from our previous speeds of 6Mbps). Internet access at the campus will be greatly enhanced and services hosted here (SIS, Gnet) will be much faster off-campus.
Google just made some changes to their Gmail interface and the black bar is now gone. Dont worry! You can find all the links that used to be there here:
Read more about this change here: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/1714464?hl=en
Who was William Rollin Shipman?
Goddard College is celebrating its 150th Anniversary. Goddard’s history goes back to our predecessor institution, the Goddard Seminary, founded in 1863. The upcoming schedule of events on campus includes the unveiling of a bronze memorial tablet dedicated to William Rollin Shipman. This will be on display at the Eliot D. Pratt Library. Shipman, born on a Vermont farm in 1836, is recognized as the founder of Goddard Seminary originally located in Barre, Vermont. In 1938 Goddard College was established and moved to Plainfield under the leadership of its founding president Tim Pitkin. Although the story of the founding of Goddard College has been often told, it may be of interest to think about Goddard’s deepest roots in the landscape of American education. Continue reading
UPDATE 3: The government opened back up on Oct. 17th, 2013, so we’re back in business!
UPDATE 2: The Library of Congress public website is back online! You again have access to things like Chronicling America, the American Memory Project, and all the other cool stuff LOC provides, though nothing will be updated and the site will not have support for the duration of the shutdown. http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2013/13-A07.html
UPDATE 1: EBSCO will offer free access to ERIC for the duration of the shutdown, though it will not have new materials and this access is not full-text, you will need to make ILL requests for articles you find. We can help, let us know what you need. http://www.ebsco.com/freeERIC
ORIGINAL POST: Please bear with us as we navigate around resource limitations due to the US government shutdown. Continue reading
We love to get books by current students out to you. The Eliot D. Pratt Library Catalog currently features books by three current students on the main page. Keep an eye on the New Books By Goddard Authors section, it’s changing all the time! And if you are a student who has published, please consider donating a copy of your book to the library!
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We’ve been working to make our policies easier to find and understand. This week we’ve added updated borrower and collection development policies as well as posted donation and final product access policies for the first time. These can all be found on the LITS Website under the menu heading Library Policies.
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