If you are unsure which databases are best for your topic, consult a subject guide. Each guide's "Best Bets" section lists
the key resources for that discipline. Additional databases are included in the All Resources section.
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
In 2013, Wellesley College’s Academic Council unanimously approved an open access policy. Please join us for a presentation by three Wellesley faculty and librarians who have been intimately involved in both the conversations that preceded the policy’s adoption and in its subsequent implementation.More ...
Fall 2015 Couper Phi Beta Kappa Lecture
Tuesday, October 20 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Taylor Science Center G047/Kennedy Auditorium
Open Access Monographs: Why Should Authors, Librarians, and Administrators Care?
Presented by Charles Watkinson, Director of University of Michigan Press
In order to provide our patrons better access to materials, as of September 2, we are switching to a new Interlibrary Loan platform, ILLiad. This service will operate very similarly to our previous system, but will offer additional benefits.More ...
We upgraded our license level (at no extra cost) and have access to three new systems in addition to the basic Course Delivery: Community, Content and Mobile. There are changes and additions throughout Blackboard related to this upgrade, but we’ll focus on a few of the major new features.More ...
Interested in reading the Chronicle of Higher Education but frustrated you can’t access all of the articles? You’re in luck!
Burke Library subscribes to campus wide access to the Chronicle. This means that everyone at Hamilton can access all Chronicle.com content (both free and premium) from virtually anywhere. The only requirement is that you create a free Chronicle account using your Hamilton email address. All premium content can be accessed by signing in to your account.More ...