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Dartmouth is going remote for the Spring 2020 term and the Library is here to help.

To combat the spread of Covid-19 in our communities, Dartmouth has shifted to a remote teaching format for the Spring 2020 term. During this difficult time, Dartmouth Library will continue to provide a wide range of digital resources for students, staff, and faculty, helping you navigate online channels and delivering access to our growing online resources. Our team of Subject Librarians is here to assist you in getting course materials, finding resources for your next paper or research projects, accessing our databases and digital collections, and meeting with you remotely for consultation.

Scroll down to learn more about the resources on offer, and find out how to reach us with general queries via chat, email, or phone. You can also contact the librarian for your subject/department directly.

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Librarians are generally available Monday through Friday 9am-5pm.
Live chat with us!

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Email us your questions.
askus@dartmouth.edu or submit this form.

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Reach us by phone at 603-646-2567.

Teaching Remotely with Library Resources

Search and find books

Request print journal articles, book chapters and other documents sent to you via email.

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Librarians can customize online research guides to meet the needs of your specific course or research assignment. Contact your subject librarian to discuss further.

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Subject librarians and Special Collections staff can provide library instruction and special collections materials to support your course even if you’re teaching online. Talk to your librarian about virtually joining your class.


Connecting to Librarians

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.

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Meet with a librarian to discuss information resources that would be helpful for your paper or research project. A subject specialist will contact you for possible meeting times. 

Classics and Archeology Research Guide page

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