The Loeb Classical Library from Harvard, now online. Full text in the original Greek or Latin plus the English translation.
Tutt Library holds a substantial and growing number of print Loeb titles in the collection, currently comprising over 570 volumes. This important scholarly resource will be maintained in print format along with the electronic version.
Thanks to the beneficence of the College, the library has been able to acquire a new JSTOR collection: Ecology & Botany II. This gives us access to some unique titles including Annals of Botany, Journal of Experimental Botany, and Western North American Naturalist.
Photo by Diane Westerfield. Yellow Stonecrop on the "Oh Be Joyful Trail!" in Raggeds Wilderness, near Crested Butte.
Tutt Library now has a subscription to Nature.com Complete. This gives CC access to almost all content on Nature.com, in dozens of journal titles, from the first issue to the most recent*. Current students, faculty and staff can read volume 1, number 1 (1869) of the flagship Nature journal, as well as the most recent articles in Nature Climate Science, from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection.
* Exceptions: no access to Lab Animal, and Scientific American's access begins with 1993. Please consult Tiger for Scientific American in print and in other online sources.
Colorado College now has access to current issues of the full University of Chicago journal package on JSTOR Current Scholarship. The Complete Chicago package adds 31 new subscriptions. New titles include Winterthur Portfolio, Renaissance Drama, Philosophy of Science, and Freshwater Science.
Although JSTOR is primarily known for its journal archives, JSTOR has begun hosting newer content where there is no "Moving Wall" blocking full text access to a journal's most recent years. As of 9/22/2014, Colorado College subscribes to 94 titles through JSTOR Current Scholarship. Newer content appears seamlessly with older volumes, making it easy to access the entire breadth of publication of these titles from first to most recent issue.
Database of plant specimens contributed by herbaria. Also includes botany-related primary sources. Coverage: 1600s-current.
"The largest of its kind, Global Plants is a community-contributed database where worldwide herbaria can share their plant type specimens, experts can determine and update naming structures, students can discover and learn about plants in context, and a record of plant life can be preserved for future generations."
Colorado College has acquired five new digitized document collections on Archives Unbound (Gale Cengage). To access them, please click here, click Proceed, then click on the Browse button on the lower right side of the screen.
Almost 14,000 letters written by Presbyterian missionaries working with Native Americans during 1833-1893. Content includes missionary attitudes toward Native Americans, sex roles, religion, and the government. Primary source.
Newspapers from internment camps, recording the day-to-day life of interned Japanese-Americans. Articles in Japanese and English. Includes newspapers from Camp Amache (Granada War Relocation Center). Primary source. Coverage: 1942-1945
This collection consists of two sets of documents regarding the effects of the Dawes Act of 1887. The Meriam Report was a survey of conditions on Indian Reservations in twenty-six states, and regarded as the most important treatise on Indian affairs since Helen Hunt Jackson’s Century of Dishonor in 1881. The Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the United States was the result of Senate hearings on problems identified by the Meriam Report; it lasted 15 years and produced almost 20,000 pages. Coverage: 1928-1943
Correspondence received by and sent by the War Department regarding Native Americans, with varied attachments including receipts, financial statements, and copies of speeches. Content includes discussion of treaties, trade, missionaries, "civilization" of Native Americans, and intertribal relations. Primary source.
FBI files on the Freedom Riders who rode integrated buses through the South in 1961, protesting the non-enforcement of integration laws of public buses. The Riders encountered mob violence and biased courts, but their struggles propelled the Civil Rights Movement forward and helped end segregation in the South
Equity research reports, updated weekly, providing analysis and buy, sell and hold recommendations from Ford Equity Research.
Index, bibliography, and open archive of philosophy papers. PhilPapers also offers advanced search functionality, email alerts, and reading lists.
We've added a new collection to our JSTOR subscription. Arts & Sciences XII focuses on journals related to law, political science and education, but will also include titles from other disciplines. For more information, see the JSTOR Arts & Sciences XII page.
Coming soon: JSTOR Global Plants
Our journal package, courtesy of the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, comprises the Taylor & Francis Social Sciences & Humanities and Science & Technology collections. This is a large selection of T&F's journal offerings. Full text coverage generally starts with 1997, although some titles start earlier.
Read the Economist on its website, from on- or off-campus. Great source for news and opinion on economics and politics, from 1997. For older issues, please see the Economist Archives.
Digitized collections of Native American manuscripts, newspapers, photographs, and other content. Includes many primary sources. Coverage: 1655-1988.
"Ute", 1874. Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library. http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?hawp:19:./temp/~ammem_KHFg::
The Ars Poetica LibGuide was recently added to the Tutt Library Research Guides just before Valentine's Day. It will be updated in the coming months to include information about Tutt Library's Annual Haiku Contest (coming soon, in March), events and happenings during National Poetry Month (April), and literary news regarding campus poetry events, contests, readings, publications, etc. If you are interested in poetry resources, or Tutt's offerings of databases, books, Special Collections, and much more, check out Ars Poetica