Miller Library has been a selective depository for United States government official documents since 1884, and has an extensive collection from the Continental Congress to date. The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) is conducting a survey of library patrons, and would like your input. The survey is confidential, and will help us determine if the […]
Archive for November 2010
Student Art Show Fall, 2010 The Colby Student Art committee presents an exhibit “STUDENT WORK” in the Wormser Room, Miller Library. Opening reception sponsored by the Library to be held Thursday, November 18th, 4:30-6pm. Live music, food and drinks! Please come, and those over 21, please bring ID.
Check out our photos from Maine Libraries Day 2010.
Theatre In Video contains more than 250 definitive performances of the world’s leading plays, together with more than 100 film documentaries, online in streaming video – more than 500 hours in all, representing hundreds of leading playwrights, actors and directors.
“You’re a librarian? It must be wonderful to get to read all those books!” Most of us in the library world have heard this more times than we can count. Unfortunately, most of the time our concern is about how to supply and store books, whether they are physical or electronic, and not so much […]
Not many; just a few sturdy pegs that are behind the Circulation Desk. In response to a request, we have recently installed an area where students can leave a backpack temporarily instead of leaving it out on a table. This is in addition to our laptop storage, but we aren’t going to do any kind […]
I made a promise to myself this past summer that I would be the kind of person who reads novels even during the academic year. In the summer, I read several novels, and it looked like a good bet. I read a range of books, from the oddly both maudlin and tepid Olive Kittredge (I […]