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

Here’s Daniel!

Daniel is a second year student from Wisconsin (Go Badgers!), but born in Nigeria, in the college of arts and science. He is Pre-med and pursuing a major in Neuroscience and minor in classics. In his spare time, he likes to read, play video games and practice cardistry (If you don’t know what it is,… Keep Reading

Meet Dami Lasisi

Dami Lasisi is a second year Master candidate in Economics at the Graduate Program in Economic Development at Vanderbilt. She moved from Nigeria to pursue further education in the United States. She has explored several avenues for social and economic development in sub-Saharan African countries, especially Nigeria. She has research experience on Sino-African relations, specifically… Keep Reading

Flannery O’Connor’s Letters: A Social Network Analysis

TUESDAY MARCH 29, 4:00 PM CENTRAL LIBRARY, ROOM 800BB   Novelist Flannery O’Connor was a prolific correspondent, especially after an illness forced her to retire to her family farm in Georgia. Many of her letters were published in the seminal collection The Habit of Being: Letters of Flannery O’Connor (1979). These letters allowed scholars glimpses… Keep Reading

Anis Zulaikha Kamaruddin

Anis Kamaruddin is a junior in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. She is an international student from Malaysia. She was inspired to further her studies overseas after she participated in the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS Programme) in 2011. After completing her high school, she went to one of the local… Keep Reading

Need a study break?

Law students will find new additions to our collection this semester that offer an excuse to take a break and relax for a while. The Law Library now has board games, cards, balls, Frisbees, and more for members of the VU Law community to check out for up to three days. If writing outlines, prepping… Keep Reading

Emily Wu

Emily Hu is a first-year graduate student majoring in International Education Management and Policy. She was born in China but had studied in Shanghai, Hong Kong and now USA. She was a sports interpreter and teach for China volunteer. She also had experience in CEO assisting. She decided to pursue the best education program in… Keep Reading

Somtochukwu Dimobi

Somto Dimobi is a Chemical Engineering freshman from Nigeria. She is very passionate about leadership and service to the community and loves working with people. On campus, she is very active in the African Student Union, Global Ambassadores and Lanterns (a Multicultural Leadership Council initiative). She is also really excited to be going on an… Keep Reading

Mr. Seonwoong Hwang

I can’t believe it has already been two years since I first started to work at the service desk. It has been my great joy and honor to get to know wonderful staff members of SEL and have chances to help students who are experiencing “lostness” in various forms: some are literally lost in this… Keep Reading

Alumni Access to Law Databases

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