Use the call number to locate a book from MIDCAT using maps of the library.
E-books are the best resource to access while studying off-campus. This is because you will have instant access to any e-books we provide, we are mailing physical books, but this will take more time.
Find an e-book:
Yes you can, but library platforms will provide the greatest access to scholarly resources. We encourage you to learn these systems, when you become fluent with them finding relevant information will become much easier.
Open LibrarySearch and create a Title search with quotations around the title. The quotes make sure you are searching for that exact title and not each word in the title as a keyword.
If you prefer to use Google or Google Scholar, try adding the "Reload via Midd Lib" button to your favorites bar. When you find an article you want to read from a non-library webpage, click on it to see if we have access.
Reminder: This tool will only help if the Middlebury Library has a subscription to the resource from the provider of the outside link. Often we do have access to the article you're looking for, but from a different provider.