Music Library Holiday Hours

Closed Dec. 16-17 Open Dec. 18-21, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Dec. 22-Jan. 1 Open Jan. 2-5, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Jan. 6 Normal Spring semester hours begin Sunday, Jan. 7

Peabody Library’s Melissa Mallon authors book on the role of librarians in digital learning

Melissa Mallon, director of Peabody Library and director of teaching & learning, has written a new book entitled The Pivotal Role of Academic Librarians in Digital Learning. The book establishes the library’s role in supporting student learning in an increasingly digital environment by exploring theoretical foundations and sharing concrete examples. “As my career has progressed, I have become increasingly interested… Keep Reading

Construction Wraps Up Over Winter Break

Walker Management Library construction wraps up over Winter Break Contractors and construction workers will be back in the Walker Management Library beginning Thursday, December 14th. Construction is scheduled to be completed on January 7th. While we were able to postpone this necessary work until after final exams, it will be disruptive to anyone wanting to… Keep Reading

Relax & Recharge in Peabody Library’s Mindfulness Nook

The week leading up to finals (not to mention finals themselves) can be a stressful time! If you need a break and are looking for a quiet place to relax, stop by the Peabody Library Mindfulness Nook. The Mindfulness Nook is located in the northwest corner on the Ground Floor of Peabody Library.

Cultures in Clay Exhibit

The Divinity Library’s Cultures in Clay exhibit showcases original artifacts, photographs and descriptions to provide an overview of several ancient Near Eastern civilizations and their contributions to our understanding of world history. The exhibit highlights a number of prominent collections, including cuneiform tablets from the James Stevenson Collection, cylinder seals from the Arno Poebel Collection… Keep Reading

Monuments and Memory: Beyond Charlottesville

Libraries are not only places for discovery of ideas and books; we also promote civil discussion about controversial topics in our Open Mind series. On Friday December 1st, Mark Scala, Chief Curator at the Frist Center for Visual Arts and Helmut Smith, Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History and Director of the Vanderbilt Digital Humanities… Keep Reading

The Once and Future Book Opening Reception

        Please join us this Thursday, November 30, as the Buchanan Library Fellows present their new exhibit, The Once and Future Book, at an opening reception from 12:00PM to 1:00PM in the second floor gallery.  The six fellows researched objects in Special Collections from almanacs and incunables to bindings and paper. Come hear… Keep Reading

Music Library Offers Extended Hours

Need more time to study for exams? Take advantage of extended hours at the Wilson Music Library. Fridays, Dec. 1 & 10 open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 2 & 11 open from noon to 5 p.m.

Between the Lines

Between the Lines: Vanderbilt Libraries’ 2016/2017 Highlights Review It is my pleasure to share with you our 2016/17 year-end review for the Vanderbilt Libraries, Between the Lines.  In words, numbers, and images, this report offers a glimpse into the many ways our dedicated Library staff supports and enhances teaching, learning and research at Vanderbilt. The… Keep Reading