Research and Collections

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

A burst of light behind boxes

Support for all aspects of the data lifecycle, from data management planning to data storage and preservation.
 

Jay Satterfield Dartmouth librarian

Each major has its own librarian. Your librarian specializes in your subject area and supports your research. We are happy to meet with you.

Classics and Archeology Research Guide page

Get started on your research with sources and help from your Subject Librarians.

Ingo Gunther installation at Hood Downtown

Find a library database for your research that has been selected by a subject librarian.

Memory Apata, music librarian looks at books

Find books, journals, magazines, newspapers, audio and video, music scores, maps and more in the catalog.

Students in Rauner Library

Access research tools directly from a comprehensive list.

Collections

Jon Appleton with early Synclavier

Ranging in scope from medieval manuscripts to a Dr. Seuss glossary to 1950s films documenting campus life, the Digital Library Program provides these collections, in full, online.

An East Asian art

The East Asian Room in Baker-Berry Library is the home for the collections of Chinese, Japanese and Korean language materials.
 

Drawing of a tree and church

Correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, galley proofs, appointments, and more from this famous poet and Dartmouth alum.

“A Dr. Seuss Puzzle that is very green ”

Includes Seuss' advertising artwork, a line of Hallmark cards, original artworks, and even US Army pamphlets.