All the forms needed to send us your course reserve reading lists.
Each major has its own librarian. Your librarian specializes in your subject area and is available to support your students’ learning through a variety of approaches:
- Working with you to develop assignments that incorporate research skills, critical evaluation of information, and introduction to specialized sources.
- Giving your class a quick introduction---or a full session---on finding, evaluating, and citing sources.
- Developing handouts, websites, and guides to support learning in your course.
- Meeting with students individually or in groups.
Have your students meet in the Baker-Berry Book Arts Workshop for classroom assignments or instruction in letterpress printing and hand bookbinding.
A variety of rooms can be reserved by faculty and instructors.
A number of single and shared occupancy studies are available for one term or one year, with possible renewal, in Baker-Berry Library.
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.
If you're a member of the Dartmouth community, please send us your suggestions for additions to the library collection.
Library experts are embedded at critical points in the research lifecycle providing collections, information resources, innovative tools and services to support scholarly inquiry.
Writing a publication? We’re experts in the research and publishing lifecycle, from proposal to publication.
Expand your horizons on topics from making your own movie, to ArcGIS—from managing your researcher identity to letterpress printing.
Through collaborative work over the last several years, the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and the Library have identified core research abilities that students should develop during their first year.