Millions of pages from Vermont newspapers dating from the 1700s through 1922 have been digitized and are now available online for Vermont residents through the MyVermont.gov state portal. Learn more at http://www.vermontlibraries.org/millions-of-pages-of-vermont-newspapers-freely-searchable-online/
Which book will get your vote? Learn more about the PBS Great American Read: http://libguides.castleton.edu/great_american_read
Summer hours begin on Monday, May 14th:
|Mondays – Thursdays
||8 am to 4 pm
||10 am to 2 pm
|Saturdays – Sundays
See http://www.castleton.edu/library/contact-us/hours/ for exceptions.
Over the past year, we have been busy designing various elements of our new approach to information literacy (see our Information Literacy & Library Instruction Guide for details), including developing and piloting 3 new scaffolded instruction sessions. We will spend the summer refining the piloted sessions, and hope to be able to share lesson plans with faculty by Fall.
We are excited to offer faculty a key element of the Information Literacy Topic Instruction and Support component of our new program:
Information Literacy Activities
Our new Integrative Model for Information Literacy guide provides more than 30 activities covering information literacy topics – activities have been curated or developed by Castleton librarians. These activities are a supplement to our reference and instruction services and are meant to be incorporated into courses – they can be delivered by a librarian or by the instructor. The guide and activities are organized around the 6 Threshold Concepts from the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and the 13 topics we have mapped to the Framework. We will add additional activities as they are developed.
We encourage faculty to contact one of our librarians about how our new approach can better support their courses and our students.
Come see what is Springing up in the Calvin Coolidge Library at Castleton University! Our book sale will run from April 30, 2018 through May 11, 2018. We have a large variety of VHS tapes for sale this year, 50¢ each.
Children’s books 25¢
See the feedback we gathered from our Spring 14 Days to Have Your Say initiative: http://libguides.castleton.edu/14days
Extended hours before final exams begin on Monday, April 30!
|Monday April 30 – Thursday May 3
||8 am to 1 am
|Friday May 4
||8 am to 5 pm
|Saturday May 5
||12 pm to 5 pm
|Sunday May 6
||3 pm to 1 am
See http://www.castleton.edu/library/contact-us/hours/ for all of our hours.
Partnering with SGA, our Spring 2018 14 Days to Have Your Say will focus on library space. Please provide us with your feedback from Monday, April 9 through Sunday, April 22 using the online survey at http://libguides.castleton.edu/14days or via comment cards available in the library.
We will have shorter hours over Spring Break:
|Friday March 30
||8 am to 4 pm
|Saturday March 31 – Sunday April 1
|Monday April 2 – Friday April 6
||8 am to 4 pm
|Saturday April 7
Regular semester hours resume on Sunday April 8.