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Dean of Libraries
Access & Delivery Services
The Dartmouth College Library collections are available for anyone to use onsite. Library patrons must present either a Dartmouth ID card or Library Borrowing Card to borrow materials. New community and non-affiliated library accounts can be registered at the Baker-Berry Circulation Desk.
David W. Sturges Head of Access & Delivery Services
Acquisitions Services mission is to provide exceptional support services for all collection development activities through prudent stewardship of the materials budget and strong working relations with our customers, colleagues and business partners.
Rose Reynolds Head of Collection Development and Analysis
Rose.Reynolds@dartmouth.edu 603-646-3342 Baker 115
The Biomedical Libraries consist of the Dana Biomedical Library on the Medical School's Hanover campus and the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library (MFHSL) at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC). Our mission is to provide health and life sciences information resources and services that advance research and scholarship, education, and patient-care activities of Geisel School of Medicine, DHMC, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI), the Dartmouth College Department of Biological Sciences, and The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science.
Stephanie C. Kerns Associate Dean for Health Sciences and Biomedical Libraries
Stephanie.C.Kerns@dartmouth.edu 603-646-0523 37 Dewey Field Road, Room 307
Book Arts Workshop
Learn about books with historical and contemporary mediums, including letterpress printing, digital design and hand-bookbinding. From creating sturdy journals or pop-up books, to printing images from low relief objects, students are encouraged to utilize the Workshop’s bindery, presses, and wide selection of metal and wood typefaces to bring life to their own projects. We offer faculty and curricular support as well.
Cataloging and Metadata Services
Metadata Services creates and manages metadata to describe materials in the Dartmouth Library collection, in support of Library Strategic Objectives and Priorities.
John C. DeSantis Interim Head of Cataloging and Metadata Services
Digital by Dartmouth Library
Digital by Dartmouth Library (DxDL) provides free, digital access to nearly three hundred thousand items from our collections - from classical texts to medieval manuscripts to scientific accounts to audiovisual materials.
Laura R. Braunstein Head of Digital Scholarly Engagement
Jennifer L. Mullins Head of Digital Project Management
Digital Library Technologies Group
Joseph Montibello Manager of Library Information Technology Systems
Joseph.Montibello@dartmouth.edu 603-646-9394 Baker 217
Jones Media Center
Located on the second floor of Berry in the Baker-Berry Library, the Jones Media Center provides facilities, collections, equipment and expertise for researching, viewing and producing a wide range of media. Please note: When open after posted service hours, you can study in this space, but there are no circulation or consultation services available.
Preservation Services is responsible for preserving the entire Dartmouth College Library collection to make it accessible for current and future students, faculty, and scholars. This includes both preventive and responsive care, including the cost-effective processing of newly cataloged materials, conservation of damaged materials, preservation assessment, disaster recovery, and environmental control.
Rauner Special Collections Library
Rauner Special Collections Library houses the majority of Dartmouth's rare books as well as its manuscript collections and the archives of the College. Current faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to visit us in person during our hours of operation. Visiting researchers must book an appointment before exploring our collections on-site. We welcome idle curiosity as well serious research inquiries.
Jay Satterfield Head of Special Collections
Jay.Satterfield@dartmouth.edu 603-646-3712 Webster Room 105
Research & Learning Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
We are located in Baker-Berry Library (Baker 232 & the Evans Map Room) and the Sherman Art Library. As part of our mission, we support research in all disciplines, with an emphasis on the humanities, social sciences, interdisciplinary studies, and U.S. Federal & international documents.
Jennifer J. Natale Head of Research and Learning for Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Jennifer.J.Natale@dartmouth.edu 603-646-3965 Berry 180
Research & Learning STEM
A home for collaboration and research, Feldberg Library brings together the schools and interdisciplinary programs of Dartmouth's West End with support for Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Energy, and Entrepreneurship.
Research Data Services
We offer a variety of opportunities to assist the Dartmouth community with data and computationally-intensive teaching, learning, and research, ranging from individual consultations to ongoing project assistance. We can also help you connect with the right people on- and off-campus using our network of partners.
Lora C. Leligdon Head of Research Data Services
Lora.C.Leligdon@dartmouth.edu 603-646-3845 Berry 365
Scholarly Communication Program
The Dartmouth library can help faculty, staff and students share their work in ways that engage diverse voices, encourage student contribution, and empower the Dartmouth community to build a more equitable and sustainable knowledge ecosystem.
Shawn J. Martin Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing
Teaching and Learning
Teaching & Learning advances the Library’s role in Dartmouth’s educational mission through campus-wide partnerships that foster critical information literacy and lifelong learning. We sustain a culture of continuous learning and innovation within the Library through our comprehensive staff development programming.