Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Learn how to create, expand and translate Wikipedia articles related to global affairs. Central Library, Special Collections Nov. 1 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. RSVP on the Wikpedia event page and to create a Wikipedia account prior to the event. Participants will have the opportunity to use the library’s Special Collections and will receive training… Keep Reading

Welcome to new Peabody Staff Members

Kate Costin has recently joined the Peabody Library as the Subject Liaison for Leadership, Policy, & Organizations. In her new position, Kate will provide a full range of library services including instruction in the use of library resources, development and management of collections, and provide general and consultative reference services. Kate has a B.A. in… Keep Reading

Classic Sermon Index

Join us, Thursday, October, 23rd @ 1:00pm in the Divinity Library, Room 221.  Paul Harrison, the database creator of the “Classic Sermon Index” will give a presentation on this database of 53,000+ historic sermons indexed by biblical text.

Open Access Week Events

Vanderbilt Libraries invite the campus community to find out more about the potential benefits of Open Access—the free, immediate online access to the results of scholarly research and the right to use those results—at a series of free events Oct. 20–26. Open Access Week, now in its eighth year, has become a global event to… Keep Reading

Introduction to Network Analysis using Neo4j

Join us for the 4th workshop in our Scholarly Communications series. Friday October 9, 11am, Rm 418a, Networks are everywhere these days – Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter are all networks of one form or another. In this session, we’ll teach you how to analyze networks using the open source graph database Neo4J. We will show you… Keep Reading

Open Access and the Social Sciences

As part of the 2014 International Open Access Week, we invite you to join the library staff for a discussion of Open Access for Social Science research. This event is geared toward faculty and doctoral students who are curious about what open access is or are interested in finding out more about the topic. We… Keep Reading

Fall Break Hours @ SEL – New This Year!

The Science and Engineering Library will be open regular semester hours for your studying convenience over Fall Break. Fall Break Hours 2014 Wednesday, Oct. 15 – Open all night Thursday, Oct. 16 – Open all night Friday, Oct. 17 – Close @ 10pm Saturday, Oct. 18 – 9am-10pm Sunday, Oct. 19 – Resume regular hours… Keep Reading

New Database: BCC Research

Walker Management Library has just added a great new resource to our database collection. Available to Owen Graduate School of Management faculty, staff, and students, BCC Research offers market research reports, data analysis, and industry forecasts. BCC incorporates the most current economic, scientific, and technological developments into research reports on industrial, pharmaceutical, and high technology… Keep Reading

Met Opera On Demand

Thanks to a generous donation from Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Miller, Jr., the Wilson Music Library has just added a subscription to Met Opera on Demand. This streaming audio/video database includes full-length Met performances, including HD videos from the Met’s series of movie theater transmissions, classic telecasts, and radio broadcasts. Don’t miss Rosa Ponselle… Keep Reading

We’re Puzzled @ SEL

SEL is participating with 5 other libraries in sharing games and puzzles on a monthly rotation.  These games/puzzles are for our  patrons to enjoy at their leisure.  We welcome anyone to partake in the fun located at the front of the library. *If you would like to donate puzzles or games to our rotation of… Keep Reading