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TIME Magazine just released their All-TIME 100 Best Nonfiction Books and the Eliot D. Pratt Library has many of them available for check out. If you want to peruse them, simply click on “Tag Cloud” underneath the search box in … Continue reading
Did you enjoy Jessamyn West’s Commencement Speech to the most recent graduates of the IMA program? The library has acquired both of her books if you want to take that further Without A Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide Revolting … Continue reading
Stumped about what to read next? We have recently added dozens award winners and nominees from the following: 2011 Pulitzer Prize (Pulitzer2011) 2010 National Book Critics Circle Award (NBCCaward2010) 2010 National Book Award (NatlBookAward2010) 2010 New York Times Best Books … Continue reading
The beginning of the the MFW Vermont residency marks the start of a new residency season. I would like to welcome students and faculty who come to campus this summer for their program residency. Library staff member Dustin Byerly has … Continue reading
The Library Welcomes Your Recommendations and Comments The library collection supports the Goddard curriculum and information needs of students, faculty and broader college community. The library staff invites purchase recommendations from students, faculty, and staff. Faculty is especially encouraged to … Continue reading
Did you know that we provide four passes that offer free or discounted admission to local attractions? Stop by and pick one up today! ECHO Center (Burlington Waterfront) – Good until 9/15/11 for up to 2 adults and 3 youth … Continue reading
American Library Association’s (ALA) Top Ten List of the Most Frequently Challenged Books of 2010 was released today, just in time for summer reading! Once you’re done with these, why not check out the rest of the Banned & Challenged … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that you can now export citations into RefWorks directly from the library catalog simply by clicking on the link in the side menu of any item! If you’re not using RefWorks, you don’t know what … Continue reading