W&M Libraries

Posted on September 27, 2023

In this post, we introduce W&M Libraries’ first Ask-A-Librarian intern. Modeled after Columbia University Libraries’ program, we offer a remote opportunity for current and recently graduated library science students to gain academic librarianship experience.

Mar 2021

  • Candice, a woman with short brown hair,  teaching in front of a classroom.
    March 9, 2021
    In this series, we are spotlighting researchers who have contributed to W&M ScholarWorks, our institutional repository. We asked each researcher to identify a scholarly work and share the “human story” behind it. Who are the people behind the data and theory, and how were they affected by the scholarship?   
  • Paul Heideman
    March 5, 2021
    It’s OE Week and we’ve been spending some time thinking about all the ways OERs have impacted the people at William & Mary. One such person is biology professor, Paul Heideman. Dr. Heideman is well known on campus as a passionate teacher, accomplished researcher and author, and OER advocate. Jessica Ramey, one of our research librarians, recently got the opportunity to ask Dr.

Feb 2021

Jan 2021

  • Martin Luther King
    January 15, 2021
    On January 18, 2021 our nation marks the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. On this day we honor his life and legacy as a civil rights leader. W&M Libraries provides access to a host of resources chronicling the life and legacy of Dr. King. 

Oct 2020

Aug 2020

Jun 2020

  • Image of Shayna's black t-shirt with "Black Lives Matter" in white - zoomed in you can see the white text is made up of the names of all the black victims of police brutality.
    June 1, 2020
    The path to allyship is not easy; it is paved by unlearning practices, thoughts, and challenging those around you that hold onto racist ways. Changing our societal structure is not the mission of one person, but the mission of all of us.

May 2020

  • Headshot of Stuart Dopp - a woman with short light brown hair - in front of a blank grey background
    May 28, 2020
    Nature builds sharing into our DNA. Even the most cynical of us needs to be part of other people’s lives by giving at least a bit of our selves. During a pandemic, however, sharing is not a good thing.
  • headshot of Georgie - a woman with short brown hair - in front of a white background
    May 26, 2020
    When the Libraries closed our buildings for safety reasons, students and faculty who rely on our print collections suddenly found themselves in a bind. Librarians jumped in to help our scholars make it through this difficult time.