Proposals for Library Fellows projects now being accepted!

Library Fellows projects are one- to two-semester long strategic initiatives that advance scholarship and learning. Previous Fellows projects include digitization, app development, data analysis, mapping, and special collection exhibits. To learn more about the Library Fellows program, past and current projects and how you can benefit from the program click here.

Supercharge your Semester: Library Graduate Orientations

Being a graduate student can be tough, but Peabody Library has you covered. This fall, we are offering departmental orientations and specialized workshops that will help get you on a productive track to academic success. Please visit the Peabody Calendar of Events for dates and times of the sessions.

Divinity Library Open House

As part of New Student Orientation, the Divinity Library is inviting the Divinity School community to an Open House. Wednesday August 17 2-4pm Divinity Library (Central Library building, 2nd floor) Join us for Las Paletas popsicles, library tours, and meeting your friendly Divinity Librarians

Save the date…

Have breakfast in the Wilson Music Library on August 24 from 8 a.m. to noon. Coffee, juice, fruit and pastries will be served. Meet up with Blair students, faculty and staff and view unique items from our special collections.

New Exhibits at Peabody

The Peabody Library exhibit cases commemorate two milestones on the Peabody Campus.  2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the Peabody Experimental School’s renaming to The Susan Gray School, in honor of Peabody faculty visionary Susan Gray.  Since 1968, the work pioneered by Gray and her colleagues has dictated the course of Early Childhood Education research… Keep Reading

Simplify copyright clearance for teaching materials

A new tool, called SIPX, will help streamline the copyright clearance process. Integrated with Blackboard, SIPIX draws in all types of content and data, including library-licensed content and open-access materials. The library will host SIPX training for faculty and staff from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on July 26, 27 and 28 at the Central Library,… Keep Reading

Copyright at Vanderbilt

Copyright protects a wide range of materials such as books, articles, photographs, paintings, music, sound recordings, websites, emails; copyright can apply to any original work of authorship that is fixed in any tangible means of expression. Works are automatically protected, no copyright notice is required. Learn more at: http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/copyright/