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The Libraries have an open call for faculty to join Smith ScholarWorks, our rapidly growing repository of scholarly research by Smith faculty, students, and staff. Learn what's new in ScholarWorks and how ScholarWorks can make your work more visible.
Swank Digital Campus includes popular films across all genres, from major studios, independent, foreign, and art producers. Connect from "Library Databases" libguides.smith.edu/az.php
The Smith College Libraries homepage will soon have a new look. Here is a summary of the changes to the homepage:
On December 14, 2020, the W.B. Meyers company and Smith Libraries staff began preparing to pack up books in the Five College Annex. The Annex, located in Hatfield, has been holding hundreds of thousands of Smith College books while the Neilson Library was under construction. On December 29, the first books began returning to the Neilson Library. Here are some first-look photos of the book moving process.
PressReader provides unlimited access to thousands of magazines and newspapers from more than 100 countries in 60 languages.
Connect to Rosetta Stone or Mango Languages from the Databases by Title page to get started: http://libguides.smith.edu/az
Many members of the Smith community use the library resource EBSCO to access databases, eBooks, and more. You can currently make a personal user account with EBSCO, which enables you to check out EBSCO eBooks, and save searches, articles and other resources in a personal folder. Right now, personal user accounts are not tied to Smith login credentials. In early January, EBSCO personal user accounts will change to Single Sign On (SSO) and you will log in with your Smith username and password.
Stimulate your mind, body and soul with these J-Term Jewels from Smith Libraries!
The President of the College has announced that Monday, December 21, 2020 will be a staff holiday and the college will be closed. Here are the related changes to library services.
The coziest winter activity? Slowly and methodically completing a puzzle — no contest.
Smith College Special Collections is thrilled to release a trio of brand new virtual puzzles for all to enjoy. Each repository within Special Collections is represented: women’s history from the Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College history from the Smith College Archives, and a stunning example of just how beautiful books can be, via the Mortimer Rare Book Collection.