Swarthmore College Libraries:
First-Year Student Essentials

Swarthmore students

checked out library materials

28,000 times

last academic year.

Last year, Swarthmore...

55,000 articles from JSTOR

Downloaded over

20,000 articles from Science Direct

Listened to more than
16,000 audio clips from Naxos Music

Viewed well over

200,000 chapters from Library e-books

All of the Libraries' online resources

are linked from Tripod:

http://tripod.brynmawr.edu

Wondering how you'll navigate

these resources?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Swarthmore's research librarians and RIAs work with students on this every day.

Research & Information Associates are students who help peers learn how to do research effectively.

 

PAM

  Languages

  Education

  Psychology

 

NABIL

  English

  Film & Media

  Digital   

  Scholarship

MEG

  Sciences

  Math

  Engineering

 

 

DONNA

  Music

  Dance  

  Theater

SARAH

  History

  Politics, Economics

  Sociology/Anthro.
 

 

ROBERTO

  Philosophy
  Classics

  Latin American

  Studies

Swarthmore librarians visit more than 60 academic classes per year.

You can drop by McCabe's Research & Info Desk to talk to a librarian or RIA.

 

 

(Open until 10 pm most nights.)

What do first-year

students ask?

My textbook hasn't arrived yet.

 

How can I do the reading for my first class?

McCabe Library
  English, History, Social Sciences,  

  Visual Art

Cornell Library
  Sciences, Math,
  Engineering

Underhill Library
  Music

  Dance

Course
Reserves

I need to read a 1979 decision from the Supreme Court of Chile, but I can't find it on Google.

How do I compare voter turnout across multiple US elections?

Where can I find the first season of True Detective?

Key takeaway?

Ask.

Visit bit.ly/swat-library-2019 for practical info about the Libraries.

Stop by the Reserves Desk to borrow textbooks

Go to snack time in McCabe at 10 pm (starting 2nd week of classes)

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