A LexisNexis API (application program interface) is now available to the Vanderbilt research community. The tool is a backdoor portal to the current and historical information in the LexisNexis Academic database and allows for mass downloads of documents in XML format. Learn More.
The Vanderbilt Libraries now subscribe to the digital edition of Education Week, American education’s newspaper and website of record. Check it out HERE.
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
Room 221 in the Divinity Library will be reserved every Thursday from 9 to 10 o’clock for walk-in reference help and database training sessions. The library has a wealth of resources — books, databases, periodicals, and digital material on multiple platforms. But all of this wealth can be overwhelming. We invite you to “walk-in” sessions… Keep Reading
Vanderbilt University Libraries offer laptops and iPads *now for 3 day* check out to all current students, faculty and staff. The iPads are preloaded with a selection of apps. Additional laptops and iPads have been added to the inventory. You can check our website here for up-to-date information on laptop and iPad availability at each… Keep Reading
Friday, September 13, 2013 11:00AM – 12:30PM Central Library, Conference Room 800FA Dr. Yvonne Chandler, Associate Professor in the Department of Library and Information Sciences at the University of North Texas, will be in the library on Friday September 13 from 11:00AM – 12:30PM in conference room 800FA to discuss a new IMLS/EMLS grant program… 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.
The Library’s new website is featured in Vanderbilt News. Click here for full article.