Support & Solidarity for SMCM Students: Information and Resources http://libguides.smcm.edu/support-and-solidarity Inspired by the Amherst College Library’s Amherst Uprising Information and Sources site, SMCM now has a Support and Solidarity mini-website where we can share: all statements of support from departments, staff units, and student organizations on campus resources on self-care and support for students diversity, inclusion and Find out more »
If you’ve spend any time in the Media Center lab on the third-floor of the Library, chances are good you already know Jazzie Gray. Originally from Baltimore, Jazzie grew up all over the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, living in North Carolina and Virginia before moving back to Baltimore to finish high school. St. Mary’s wasn’t on Find out more »
We’re happy to finally introduce our awesome new director Kate Pitcher! Please give a (belated) welcome when you see her around campus! In July 2016, I became the Director of the Library, Archives, and Media Center here at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Prior to SMCM, I was the interim Director of Milne Library at Find out more »
Special Spring Break hours start Friday, March 10. Of course, the Library website is open for business 24/7 if you need access to databases, or have a question during the break! (BTW: you can totally check out a Kindle for all your beach reading needs; there are tons of great titles to choose from on Find out more »
Rock’n’roll music, in writing.
Nuggets of statistical gold on the U.S., in print and online.
Thousands of streaming educational films and documentaries
Senior Maggie Foust is a familiar face at the SMCM Library circulation desk. Growing up in both College Park and Annapolis (right on the water!), Maggie came to SMCM as an alternative to the large state schools too close to home. (And it didn’t hurt that she had older friends who were already St. Mary’s Find out more »
January 31 – February 18, 2017 at the Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s College of Maryland About the exhibit: Africa and the African Diaspora in Campus Collections features objects held in campus collections that are relevant to teaching and learning about Africa, the African Diaspora and African-American history, culture and experience. The exhibition features artwork, documents, publications and Find out more »
Registration now closed. The SMCM Library, Archives & Media Center is sponsoring a Research & Technical Writing Workshop Series for students! The workshops will cover the research writing process from the planning and proposal stages through the writing and revision stages and includes a one-on-one session with workshop leader Sarah J. Pack. Each workshop will Find out more »
Happy New Year! Happy New Semester! Since I know everyone’s busy the first week of classes, here’s a round-up of library news & helpful links you can use to get off to a great start in 2017: Working on an SMP? We offer a bunch a different services to help you! For example, did you Find out more »