Research

Basics

  • Ask Us: Get one-on-one help with your research. Ask a Midd librarian!
  • Research Guides: Librarian-created overviews of library resources for specific subjects. Instructions on how to cite sources, too.
  • Research Advice: Not sure where to begin? Get general guidance on how to start your research.
  • Off-Campus Access: Yes, you can use library resources from off campus! Here's how.
  • FAQs: Answers to common questions. How to find books and articles, how to cite sources, and how to use databases from off-campus, and more.

Search

  • Summon: A single place to search the library’s journal articles, newspaper articles, books and more. Includes all of MIDCAT (Middlebury libraries catalog), most online databases, and more.
  • MIDCAT: Middlebury Libraries catalog, for books, ebooks, DVDs, and more in the Library’s collection. For additional library catalogs, see Library Catalogs.
  • Journals A-Z: Complete list of the Library’s journals, magazines and newspapers.
  • Databases A-Z: Complete list of the library’s databases (for example JSTOR, LexisNexis and PsycINFO).
  • New & Trial Databases: See what's new at the library, or browse what we have on trial and let us know what you think.

Faculty: Introduce Your Students to A Librarian!

Please refer your students to us when they need research help—include your librarian's contact information in your syllabus and tell your students about us in your classes.  Ask us for course-related workshops, research guides, and one-on-one consultations.  Visit our Information Literacy page for more information, or get in touch with your librarian

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