Watch a series of videos that provide an introduction to using our powerful new research tool.
The college is required to remind you regularly that it is both against the law and college policy to share copyrighted songs, videos, images, or any other copyrighted materials without the owner’s permission.
The Library website gets a makeover for the start of the 2012-2013 academic year!
Professor Sarah M. Strong’s “Ainu Spirits Singing” is a nuanced study and English translation of Chiri Yukie’s Ainu Shin’yoshu, the first written transcription of Ainu oral narratives by an ethnic Ainu. The Ainu are a people native to northeastern Asia, and stand out for their exceptional oral performance traditions.
Bring your mobile devices and bring your curiosity! Sip coffee, pick up handouts with practical information, and listen to some cutting-edge ideas about e-research during your lunch break!
Bates History Professor John Cole’s “Between the Queen and the Cabby” provides a first-ever English translation of the pamphlet “The Rights of Women”
The Math & Statistics Workshop is now located on the ground floor of Ladd Library.
Almost 40 years ago, EPA’s Documerica project captured thousands of images of environmental problems and everyday life. The US National Archives has digitized more than 15,000 of the photographs from this series and now after four decades of greater environmental awareness and protection, the DOCUMERICA and State of the Environment combined exhibit bridges the past to the present.