Middlebury

Image file formats

Photoshop offers a wide variety of image file formats including BMP, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and PICT. It can also save in PDF format and, open, and edit files already saved as PDFs. RAW files imported from a digital camera can be opened and edited by Photoshop. In addition to all this, Photoshop has its own file format, PSD. Saving as a PSD file will preserve adjustments and layers without flattening the image, but this type of file can only be opened in Photoshop.

Robert Frost at Bread Loaf

An online version of the Special Collections exhibit about Robert Frost during his time at Bread Loaf. The exhibit was on view in the College Library from X through X. Materials contained in this exhibit were digitized from the originals in the College Archives, the Abernethy Collection, the Flanders Collection, Rare Books & Manuscripts, the Henry Sheldon Museum, and the curator's personal collection.

Robert Frost at Bread Loaf

CONTENTdm

Overview

CONTENTdm is the digital collection management system Middlebury uses to house and provide online access to an ever-growing portion of the College Archives, as well as several other collections and projects.

The Visual Resources Collection provides high quality slides and digital images for teaching and scholarship in the arts and associated fields. We also provide training and support for faculty and students in all aspects of using digital images for classroom presentations.