Find more than 1.3 million Middle Age and Renaissance citations via the Iter Bibliography; browse through the Parliament Rolls of Medieval England, and take a digital tour of the Bayeux Tapestry Digital Edition. Milne Library is your source for all resources Medieval! Continue reading “Milne is Getting Medieval For YOU!”
Notice the new round shelving right in the middle of the Main Floor Study Area? It’s loaded with Feature Film DVDs!
Milne’s collection of popular movies are now more visible to patrons. Milne also has an extensive collection of Educational DVDs, which are currently available on the lower level. Continue reading “Feature Films on the Main Floor!”
Milne Library welcomes our new Head of Collection Management, Alana Nuth.
Alana comes to Milne Library with an extensive background in collection development, acquisitions, and electronic resources from her work at University of Vermont Libraries, Burlington, VT. Continue reading “Welcome, Alana Nuth!”
Congratulations to the IDS Project for winning the 2018 Rethinking Resource Sharing Innovation Award! The Milne Library-borne IDS Project was recognized for innovative contributions to resource sharing at the American Library Association’s 2018 Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, in June 2018. Continue reading “IDS Project wins Innovation Award!”
Academic Video Online is a comprehensive video streaming resource offering more than 64,000 titles, spanning a wide range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. Continue reading “Academic Video Online: Now at Milne!”
Have a great summer! Best of luck to graduates, and we look forward to returning students’ arrival next fall! Continue reading “CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES!”
Milne Library owns over 70 games and all of these games can be borrowed for free for up to 28 days. We carry anything from classics like Scrabble, Life and Clue to educational games such as Race to Madrid and First Orchard to action/adventure games like Takenoko and Carcassonne. Continue reading “Board Games at Milne!”
Perhaps you’ve noticed the collection of books on display in the entry lobby of Milne Library, just in front of our Minerva? If you haven’t already, we encouraging you to make some time to stop in, take a look and find something that challenges your current beliefs. Continue reading “A Statement on Community from the Milne Library Director”
First of all, settle down – the X Special Collection is NOT pornography. It’s what Milne calls its collection of (mainly) rare books, some dating back to the 16th century. It’s had several addresses in Milne over the years, and last month it was moved to what we hope will be its “forever home” on the upper level.