Now online: a series of four oral histories documenting the early history of the Caltech Women’s Club and social life on campus in the 1920s. The interviews were conducted by Alice Stone in 1978; Adeline Miller Adams, Eleanor Bedell Burt, Elizabeth Allen Swift, and Helen Keith Smythe share their observations and perspectives of those times. Read More.
Are you showing any films or TV shows in your Fall courses? We’ve renewed our subscription to Swank, a streaming film platform that enables you to legally stream popular and academic films in your courses. Share your title list with us, and we’ll explore ways the library can provide access through Swank or other avenues on your behalf.
This fall, the Library is pleased to welcome the Caltech community to our new TechHub. Located on the first floor of the Millikan Building, the TechHub is a productive and creative space offering several Library services and resources. It is currently the home of our TechLab for 3D printing and will soon be the location for our technology lending program, an additional Caltech Archives & Special Collections exhibition space, our upcoming retail partnership with Vroman’s Bookstore, and a makerspace for play and experimentation.
As part of Caltech's Equity, Diversity, Belonging, and Inclusion (EDBI) initiatives, the Library has put together a collection of resources relating to anti-racism and the Black Lives Matter movement. See the EDBI guide for a list of titles.
ACLS HEB is a digital collection of over 5,500 core humanities and social science titles from over 120 publishers. Books in the collection have been recommended and reviewed by scholars and constituent learned societies of ACLS.
Fifty new Humanities and Social Sciences ebooks from Cambridge University Press have been added to the Library collection. A full list of added titles can be browsed here.
The Caltech Archives is collecting the experiences of members of the Caltech community on campus and at home and invites you to contribute stories, photographs, videos, and other documents of your experience. Participants can choose whether their contributions are publicly visible on the web or available to researchers only by request.
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