Library staff can help you find, access, and use the information you need for your courses or research, whether you're in person, off campus, or studying abroad.
The Dartmouth Library and the Hood Museum of Art are collaborating on a cross-institutional and community-centered partnership grounded in Native American and Indigenous Arctic collections.
Library staff are here to help you successfully teach your courses.
Today's Library Hours
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Workshops, Classes & Events
- Apr412:00pm - 1:30pm
- Apr512:00pm - 1:00pm
- Apr1210:00am - 11:30am
- Apr122:00pm - 3:30pm
- Apr132:00pm - 3:00pm
The Rise of the Artists' Book in Latin America
A Collections Showcase Exhibit
The work of eight Ukrainian illustrators
The Life of Edward Mitchell 1828
Books Broken, Censored, Marked Up, & Made Art
A repurposed phone booth. A vintage typewriter.
Currently, under construction, this new facility brings the Dartmouth Library Depository and Dartmouth Records Center together in a climate-controlled environment for the long-term preservation of research materials. A reading room will provide on-site access or materials may be requested for delivery to the Hanover campus, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, or electronically.
The Library Staff Awards were presented on December 1st to highlight the depth of achievement among the Dartmouth Library staff. These awards include but are not limited to Values in Action Awards, the Dartmouth College Staff Association Awards and Years of Service Awards. The awards are peer nominated apart from the Years of Service awards.
The Dartmouth Library is excited to lead the effort to add titles from New Hampshire to Chronicling America, the historical newspaper resource of the Library of Congress.
The papers and materials of Samson Occom, stewarded by the Dartmouth Library for many years, were repatriated to the Mohegan Tribe on April 27, 2022. The papers are viewable as part of the Occom Circle project, part of our digital collections.