How do I get Alumni Access to JSTOR and Project Muse?
We are improving the systems that provide off-campus access to our e-resources for alumni. For the time being, please contact a librarian at
in order to gain access to our alumni subscriptions to JSTOR and Project Muse.
How do I find a book?
How do I find and use ebooks and audiobooks?
How do I find articles?
How do I read a citation?
What is the password for this online journal (or database)?
You should be able to get to our online journals and databases with your Middlebury username and password. If that doesn't work then go to the library site and find a link to the journal or database there. For example:
How do I cite my sources for a bibliography?
How do I find newspapers?
How do I find statistics and data?
Statistics can be found in a variety of places — books, periodicals (magazines, journals, newspapers) on the topic, statistical databases, and the internet. Look for statistics sections on library Research Guides (some but not all guides have statistics sections for the discipline) or consult our general Statistics Guide, which provides links to a variety of electronic sources by topic. If you cannot find what you are looking for, ask a librarian.
How do I find book reviews?
Where are the dictionaries?
How do I find images and photos?
How do I get to JSTOR?
JSTOR is an online archive of scholarly journals. There's a link to it and other resources like it in our Databases A-Z list. We've also created a 'go' shortcut: go.middlebury.edu/jstor.
Keep in mind that JSTOR doesn't have many recent articles. To find more recent articles, and articles published in a wide variety of journals and magazines that aren't included in JSTOR, consult our Find Articles guide and our Subject Guides.
How do I find music?
How do I request materials through NExpress or Interlibrary Loan?
How do I find videos?
Can I use online journals and databases off campus?
Yes! Just start at the library web site. For example:
How do I even start doing research for my thesis?!?
Are there any resources for K - 12 kids?
Most resources in the library are aimed at college-level students. However we have access to the Vermont Online Library (VOL), which includes databases aimed at elementary, middle, and high school students. For help with VOL databases or finding books and other resources at the appropriate age level, see our Ask Us page for ways to reach a librarian.