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Davidson College Library Research Guides

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Browsing Collection

Come check out a book from the Browsing Collection, in front of the Information Desk in the Library. The browsing collection includes popular fiction and non-fiction, available for a 21-day loan period.

Looking for the DVDs?

The DVDs have moved from the first floor to the second floor, at the top of the stairs near the Davidsoniana Room. 

Microfilm Readers

Looking for the Microfilm Readers?

The microfilm readers have been moved from the first floor to the basement, and are now conveniently located next to the microfilm (on the stadium side of the Library).

Featured Resource

Our Community-Based Research guide highlights research and data on social issues in the greater Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.

Meet with a Librarian or Archivist

Please fill out the form below to make an appointment with a research librarian or archivist.

Can't set up an appointment or have a quick question? Email, or contact an archivist:

Upcoming Events

Spooky Buttons

Join the Library as we craft Halloween themed buttons before the annual Ghosts in the Library event in the Rare Book Room. We will have an array of the spooky and supernatural designs to choose from. …

Tuesday, Oct 29, 2019
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Library Portico, Library Portico
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Ghosts in the Library

Join us for the 11th annual Ghosts in the Library event! There will be all treats no tricks including storytelling, an eerie atmosphere, and treat bags to enjoy. We hope to see you there!  …

Tuesday, Oct 29, 2019
8:00pm - 9:30pm
Rare Book Room, Rare Book Room

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