Schauffler Library contains thousands of digital and print resources for study, research, and enjoyment.
Of course you can borrow a wide range of books, magazines, journals, and films from Schauffler Library. But our library also provides access to extensive online holdings, audio-visual equipment —and even a podcasting studio!
When you’re assigned a research paper, our librarians are happy to help you locate, evaluate, and cite scholarly content. They’ll walk you through how to find useful information in our 100 digital databases, from “African American Experience” to “World History in Context.” They’ll introduce you to online tools that help organize your research, sources, and ideas.
If you’re thinking about making a video or podcast, you can borrow microphones, video and audio equipment, lights, and other multimedia gear, along with a podcasting studio.
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The Northfield Mount Hermon School Archives bring together a living collection of materials relating to the history of NMH and the life of its founder, D. L. Moody. Reference questions may be addressed to Peter Weis '78, NMH school archivist, at email@example.com or 413-498-3469.
Jazz in the library: During Jazz Appreciation Month in April, student musicians entertain patrons with a series of Wednesday afternoon jazz concerts.