Friday, March 4th 11:00-12:00 Central Library, 418a GitHub is a social network for computer programmers where programmers can store projects, view others’ projects, and collaborate with others to suggest changes. Join Ramona Romero as she explains how to set up a GitHub account, how to communicate on GitHub with Markdown, and the various… Keep Reading
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
Friday, January 22 11:00-12:00 Central Library, 418a GitHub is a social network for where programmers can store projects, view others’ projects, and collaborate with others to suggest changes. Join Ramona Romero as she explains how to set up a GitHub account, how to communicate on GitHub with Markdown, and the various educational uses of GitHub… Keep Reading
Wednesday, December 16th, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 418a of the Central Library The Library is hosting a satellite event of the Hack the Comédie Française sponsored by MIT’s HyperStudio in Paris. MIT’s HyperStudio is celebrating the completion of the Comédie Française Registers Project. The HyperStudio is a Laboratory for Digital Humanities that incorporates new media technology to increase… Keep Reading
Did you know you can access your library from your iPhone or Android? Search the library catalog for scholarly journals, reserve or renew books, view library hours and locations, read the latest news, and view research guides. Keep calm during finals week and virtually visit the library! Click here to download: iTunes Store / Google Play Store
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
The Music Library loans a variety of equipment useful to musicians. Vanderbilt community members can borrow a 40 Watt amplifier, external USB CD/DVD drives, USB/MIDI keyboards, media/SD/USB/HD players, iPads, and laptops. Ask at the Music Library service desk. Find out more.
A new Tech Hub will open at the Central Library Sunday, Oct. 4th. Vanderbilt community members will be able to receive walk-up tech support during their operating hours: 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Learn More.
Starting Monday, May 18, construction begins on three new study rooms, an accessible door, and a digital sign as the Massey Law Library continues enhancements to benefit our patrons. The new study rooms will be located in the main reading room where the state codes used to be shelved. These new rooms will be sound proof… Keep Reading
Beginning at 10:00pm on May 31st all links to the Acorn library catalog will be re-directed to DiscoverLibrary, the library’s information discovery tool. This is necessary while the system is migrated to a new server and the software is upgraded. DiscoverLibrary allows users to search across a wider-breath of the library’s materials. In addition to… Keep Reading