Please fill out the form below to make an appointment with a research librarian or research consultant over Zoom. After you make an appointment we will email you a link to meet with us in a virtual meeting room.
As Davidson adjusts to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are challenged to develop new ways to engage and interact with our community. We invite you to share your COVID-19 story. Items may be contributed at (Re)Collecting COVID-19: Davidson & Lake Norman Stories through at least the end of the calendar year.
Check out the guide created by the students in Dr. Bazo Vienrich's service-learning course SOC 264: Latinxs in the South. The guide engages with how Latinxs experience life in the U.S. South, while focusing on experiences in education, the labor force, the criminal justice and immigration systems, culture, and healthcare.
This guide is a starting point for anti-racism resources at Davidson. We have included ebooks and streaming video accessible through our library collections, works by faculty and alumni, student initiatives, and links to Davidson sites with further resources on this topic.
First-year students, welcome to Davidson! We're so glad you're now part of our campus community. Whether you are physically in Davidson or taking classes remotely from somewhere else in the world, we want you to know about what our library has to offer and how you can access it.