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GEOG/ EES 061: Place, Landscape, and Environment in Vermont - Morse (Fall 2020)

GEOG 061 - Place, Landscape, and Environment in Vermont

Use the links to the left to help you successfully complete your research assignments.  This page will assist you in making wise use of the library and information resources available to you for this class and beyond.

Note: Vermont-related materials are located in the Silver Special Collections Library in Billings Hall, which houses the largest collection of Vermont materials in the world.  The collections are non-circulating.  

Fall 2020 Library Information

Please refer to the library homepage (Welcome Back! banner) for all news of Howe library operations during this time. 

Silver Special Collections Library Fall 2020 : Visit Special Collections by appointment and consult with librarians online.

Did you know?

There are librarians that can answer your research questions.  All research assistance is currently available remotely.  Ask a question by chat ,e-mail, phone or text through the Ask A Librarian page. 

Remote access to electronic library resources

To access the library's electronic resources, please  click on the "Connect off campus" green button on the library's home page at http://library.uvm.edu before you begin your research.

Then enter in your UVM Net ID and password, same as you do for your e-mail and BlackBoard.

This enables you to use UVM Libraries electronic resources, such as journal article databases and the electronic journal collection.

If you are already logged into your MyUVM or your UVM e-mail, the system will recognize you as a UVM affiliate and it is not necessary to click on the green button on the library home page labeled "Connect off campus."

Librarian

Laurie Kutner's picture
Laurie Kutner
Contact:
Laurie Kutner
David W. Howe Memorial Library
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405

laurie.kutner@uvm.edu
(802) 656-2213
Skype: laurie.kutner

Liaison to:
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources; Environmental Program; Anthropology; Geography; Global and Regional Studies