These online resources are the best way to begin searching our collections. To learn more, visit our Special Collections guide (go/scguide/).
Archive-It hosts an archive of websites, blogs, social media, and other web-based projects created by members of the Middlebury community.
To learn more about using Archive-It, visit our Archive-It guide (go/archiveitguide/).
Students and faculty are encouraged to submit URLs for websites, blogs, and social media presences to Special Collections for web archiving. Email URLs to email@example.com.
Search the Internet Archive at Middlebury for digital copies of items in our collections, such as photographs; letters; maps; Middlebury College yearbooks, newspapers, and magazines; unique manuscript items; College documents; and other archival materials.
To learn more about using the Internet Archive, visit our Internet Archive guide (go/iaguide/).
ArchivesSpace is a searchable database for unique, historical items such as letters, reports, diaries, scrapbooks, meeting minutes, photographs, and Middlebury College records.
To learn more about using ArchivesSpace, visit our ArchivesSpace guide (go/aspaceguide/).
MIDCAT is Middlebury’s online library catalog. To search for rare books and manuscript materials, narrow your search location to “Special Collections (Library 101).”
The College Archives retains undergraduate theses that have received departmental honors, as well as Language School DML dissertations dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. To determine if a thesis is in the Archives, search our listing of Undergraduate Theses and Senior Work. Honors theses and DML dissertations are available for viewing at Special Collections.
For theses and student work available online, search Middlebury Scholarship (go/scholarship/).
Middlebury students and alumni can voluntarily submit theses and other academic work at go/submit/. Unlike theses retained in the College Archives, these projects have not necessarily received departmental honors.