Your Grinnell student days may be coming to a close, but your quest for knowledge does not have to be. To support alumni’s lifelong learning endeavors, the Grinnell College Libraries and Office of Development and Alumni Relations are pleased to provide alumni with access to a range of academic databases.
Visit Special Collections and experience jewels from the Salisbury House Library Collection spanning nine centuries. Join us on the lower level of Burling Library from 4–7 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, with brief opening remarks at 4:15 pm.
An exhibit celebrating the 175th anniversary of Grinnell College is now on display in the lower level of Burling Library. Student workers in Special Collections and Archives curated the exhibit, which spans seven display cases and includes documents and artifacts from the college’s history.
What does historical thinking have to offer when we carry the British Library in our back pocket? In this talk, Mr. Wineburg will share highlights of three decades exploring what historical thinking offers to a democratic society.
Grinnell students, faculty, and staff have access to the extensive primary source collections of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries.
Open Education week celebrates the idea of Open Education across the globe! Open education makes education more affordable, helps expand access to education, and promotes the sharing rather than the hoarding of knowledge.