About Us

Baker-Berry students walking in Berry hall

Students walk through the Baker-Berry Library. 

Students use computers and more at the Dana Biomedical Library

Dana Biomedical Library and Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library support the disciplines of health and life sciences.

Students examine maps in the Evans Map Room at the Dartmouth Library

Students browse through the map collection in the Evans Map Room.

Students studying in the Kresge Library at Dartmouth College

Students collaborate in the Kresge Physical Sciences Library.

Inspiring ideas at Dartmouth for more than 200 years, we're here to offer support for your research, teaching and creative works with extensive collections, expert staff, and inspiring environments. 

Partners in Research

Dartmouth faculty publications.

Publishing Support

Writing a publication? We’re experts in the research and publishing lifecycle, from proposal to publication.

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Research Support

Library experts are embedded at critical points in the research lifecycle providing collections, information resources, innovative tools and services to support scholarly inquiry. 

Co-Educators in Teaching and Learning

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Workshops, Classes and Events

Expand your horizons on topics from making your own movie, to ArcGIS—from managing your researcher identity to letterpress printing.

Jay Satterfield Dartmouth librarian

Your Subject Librarian

Contact a subject librarian for specialized help in any discipline. Each major has its own librarian who specializes in your subject area and supports your research. 


Inspiring Environments for Inspiring Ideas

Students use computers and more at the Dana Biomedical Library


See our creative workspaces for individual and collaborative scholarly enquiry including: bookable rooms, teaching spaces, lockers and longterm study rooms.

Mural by artist Orozco shows Quetzalcoatl, the important Mesoamerican mythological figure

Orozco Mural

Created between 1932 and 1934 while José Clemente Orozco was in-residence at Dartmouth, the mural is one of Dartmouth's greatest treasures.