The library is creating a popular magazine collection using Flipster. We would like your help choosing magazines for this online collection. Please vote for five titles that you would like in digital form. The survey closes December 19 at 11:00pm. Thank you!
A new tutorial on searching PubMed from a Social Sciences perspective is now available. This tutorial is useful for any interdisciplinary researchers who are looking at the field of health and medicine through their disciplinary lens, but may not be familiar with searching PubMed. See the tutorial now. The tutorial is available on the library’s… Keep Reading
View live broadcasts of Berlin Philharmonic concerts plus hundreds of archived concerts, music films, and interviews with great musicians. Click here to access.
Explore a collection of alternative press journals, magazines, and newspapers covering feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, Latinos, gays, lesbians, etc. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
View a collection of documents detailing the activities of the Freedom Riders, an interracial group who rode buses in May 1961 from Washington, DC, bound for New Orleans to protest segregation in the southern United States. Learn more. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
When on campus, alumni may access most of the library’s electronic resources available through Vanderbilt libraries. We are also able to offer remote, off-campus, access to a select group of specially licensed alumni databases . To gain remote access, alumni will need a VUNet ID. If you do not already have a VUNet ID, request… Keep Reading
The library has recently acquired all of JSTOR’s Arts and Sciences collections, providing digital access to millions of articles in academic journals. Use our e-journal locator to find all of the library’s online journals.
The new Avention platform has all the same data and information as OneSource’s company and industry information, plus enhancements (e.g. Company IT analysis, executive contact information and market research). OneSource is consistently one of our top used databases due to tools such as the Build A List feature which allows you to build targeted lists… Keep Reading
The Library’s Who Speaks For The Negro? digital archive of Robert Penn Warren materials is mentioned in the August 27 edition of VUToday, linking to an Atlantic article, Martin Luther King Jr.’s Amazing 1964 Interview With Robert Penn Warren.
A bibliographic tool designed to help students and scholars move through the most important scholarship, commentary, and resources in a variety of religious studies areas, including Biblical Studies, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islamic Studies, and Jewish Studies. Bibliographic entries in the database are linked to the Vanderbilt catalog.