At Castleton’s Faculty Assembly on October 10, 2017, we introduced our new approach to supporting information literacy: an Integrative Model for library and information literacy instruction! Learn more about our pilot programs at http://libguides.castleton.edu/infolit and view the slides from our presentation at http://libguides.castleton.edu/infolit/new
As it has become easier to find information, it’s also become harder to make sense of it and use it in meaningful ways.
Celebrate your freedom to read. Resist censorship and learn more about threats to this freedom in the form of banned or challenged books.
Artwork courtesy of the American Library Association
A new extension for the Chrome browser can automatically check our library catalog when you browse other book-related websites like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Good Reads and LibraryThing. Learn more and download the extension.
As part of Homecoming and Family weekend, the library hosted Mini Golf on Friday, September 15th and Saturday, September 16th. 168 students, faculty, staff, families, and community members come through the library doors for this fun event!
Book a library conference room or a Librarian online! Reserve one of our 3 conference rooms for group study or meetings, or schedule an appointment with a librarian.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 26 from 4 – 5:15 pm in the Calvin Coolidge Library Lounge to celebrate recently published books by Castleton faculty, Melinda Mills and Joyce Thomas.
Visit the Library through May 12, 2017 for our Spring Book Sale. Spring into reading with a “new to you” book! Hardcovers: $1.00; Paperbacks: .50; DVDs: $1.00; CDs: .50; Children’s Books: .25