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Read the Chronicle of Higher Education from Anywhere--on Any Device

October 24, 2014

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.

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Talk about Teaching Luncheon: Ways We Teach, Featuring Andrew Jillings

October 21, 2014

Teaching outside can stimulate a completely new learning process in your students. Participants will learn some great tips on how to locate, orient and conduct classroom teaching outdoors. Rain or shine!

Director of Outdoor Leadership, Andrew Jillings, has been an outdoor educator for 25 years and has worked at Hamilton as Director of adventure programs since 1997.


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Library Introduces 'OneSearch'

October 20, 2014

The Library and Information Technology Services has implemented a new discovery service called OneSearch.  Discovery services, such as OneSearch, address one of the main barriers between libraries and users: the lack of an easy starting point for research.  Ideal for the beginner researcher, OneSearch allows users to search all of the library’s formats--books, articles, newspapers, databases, and more-- from a single search box.  

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When you need answers — day or night — just “Ask Us 24/7.”

October 9, 2014

When you need answers — day or night — just “Ask Us 24/7.”


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Researching Hamilton History? Search the American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Collection

September 22, 2014

American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Collection: a new digital collection of more than 6,500 American magazines and journals documenting America's history, literature and culture from the 1691 and 1877.

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Couper Lecture on Edward Robinson, H'1816

September 22, 2014

Historical geographer Professor Haim Goren of Israel will present the Couper Phi Beta Kappa Library Lecture at Hamilton College on Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 4:10 p.m., in the Red Pit, KJ.  Goren will speak on “Edward Robinson: ‘Father of the Scientific Study of the Holy Land.’”  Robinson is an alumnus of Hamilton’s class of 1816. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Apple & Quill Fall Schedule Announced

September 9, 2014

Apple & Quill, the creative arts series sponsored by Library and Information Technology Services, announces an exciting fall line-up of events.  The fall schedule includes readings and a writing workshop at the Wellin Art Museum.  We hope you can join us!  For additional information, please contact Lisa Forrest, Director of Research and Instruction Services, lforrest@hamilton.edu.

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How Many Philosophers Does It Take to Build an Archive?

September 5, 2014

A community of over 70,000 philosophers have registered to use and contribute to PhilPapers, an index and archive of journals, books and open access papers. The library is pleased to announce its support of this grassroots project by establishing an institutional subscription.

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