Thanksgiving Break Hours @ Peabody

Peabody Library’s Thanksgiving Break Hours will be: Saturday-Sunday, 11/21-11/22        Closed Monday-Wednesday, 11/23-11/25   8am-5pm Thursday-Saturday, 11/26-11/28     Closed Regular hours will resume Sunday, 11/29.

GIS Day: November 18th

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) help students and faculty visualize and geographically analyze data in order to understand relationships in research questions. If you are conducting or supporting a geographic research project, attend an event to learn about tools to ease your research. Wednesday, November 18th Brown Bag Lecture-12-1 pm, Covington Room 220 of the Law… Keep Reading

Library Survey- Help Us Help You!

Take this 5 to 8 minutes, confidential survey to let us know how we are doing! Your participation in past surveys have created improvements like: Food for Thought Café in the Central Library Additional Group Study Rooms Implementation of a faculty delivery service Help us continue to improve your experience at Vanderbilt University with the… Keep Reading

Workshop: The Internet of Things

Friday November 13th, 11:00-12:00 pm, 418A, Central Library The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network that connects your devices, data, and other services to create a personal Internet of your things. IFTTT is an online service that controls and automates your Internet of Things, such as automating the setting of your house alarm, keeping track of your… Keep Reading

Vanderbilt Library Survey

The Vanderbilt Libraries have opened a survey and are asking for the entire community to respond. Please visit the webpage here: . Responses will be reviewed to help us enhance our services. Respondents can also enter a drawing to win an iPad mini.

Uncover The Tools For Extracting Data

Friday, November 6th, 11-12 at the Central Library. All of the data provided for us on the Internet comes in different formats such as .pdf, .xls, or .csv. Come explore the different tools used to combine a variety of data into one source for analysis with Morgan Daniels, Postdoctoral Scholar for Data Curation. Learn more.

Cultural Modernism IV: Impact of Baudelaire in Japan

We are pleased to welcome nine Japanese scholars in a bilingual conference (English/French) that examines the impact of poetry and the work of the French poet Charles Baudelaire from a Japanese perspective. November 5-6, 2015 W.T. Bandy Center for Baudelaire and Modern French Studies Central Library, 8th Floor   For more information, click here.

Vanderbilt University Library Survey

The Vanderbilt University Libraries are dedicated to providing students, faculty, and staff with the best resources and services available. We need you to tell us how we’re doing! This important survey will reveal the service areas in which we excel, but also identify those we can improve. In past years, the results of this survey… Keep Reading