Francisco Juarez joined the Science and Engineering Library as Librarian for STEM Research on August 30. Francisco is a 2021 graduate of the School of Information Sciences at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Before getting his Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, he studied Chemistry and Biology as an undergrad at UIUC…. Keep reading
Finding, organizing, and sharing research can be frustrating, but there are tools that can make the process substantially easier. Citation managers like Endnote and Mendeley are tools for collecting, searching, and formatting references that integrate with web browsers and word processors. In these practical and time-saving workshops, Librarians Rachel Walden and Francisco Juarez will walk participants through all… Keep reading
Due to planned maintenance the Science & Engineering library will be closed Monday, July 19th and Tuesday, July 20th. The library will re-open on Wednesday, July 21st at 9 a.m. Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience.
An SEL student assistant tells his COVID-19 pandemic story: Hi my name is Paul Opiyo. I’m a sophomore majoring in Computer Science and I work at the Stevenson Library. When the pandemic started last year and Vanderbilt closed, I went to Atlanta and spent some time with family. I came back to Vanderbilt in May… Keep reading
An SEL student assistant tells her COVID-19 pandemic story: After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, I left campus and flew home to Nairobi, Kenya. I was excited to be home even with the COVID-19 restrictions. I spent a lot of time with family during the last half of the spring semester and the summer…. Keep reading
An SEL student assistant tells his COVID-19 pandemic story: One thing I can say I picked up during the pandemic was leisure reading. As a student, I often read required books for my classes. However, with more time on my hands I decided to venture out and try new books on topics that I was… Keep reading
An SEL student assistant tells her COVID-19 pandemic story: Initially, the quarantine downtime was much needed and not all bad. Taking some time to step back and regroup was probably a great thing for all of us. But for me, the routine of waking up and preparing for nothing got old quickly. So, I started… Keep reading
Thank you to our amazing, remarkable, and wonderful SEL student workers!
Learn how to quickly and conveniently access useful, quality information by attending the webinar AccessEngineering: Overview of Book Content. Mark your calendar for April 12, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. EST. This webinar will focus on enhanced book content and features such as: • Searching and browsing capability using site taxonomies • Filtering options to narrow… Keep reading
An SEL student assistant tells her COVID-19 pandemic story: Hello! I am Nairah Moustafa, a junior studying biomedical engineering and engineering management. I am from Egypt but my family lives in Saudi Arabia. I got stuck away from my family for almost a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, so as soon as I had… Keep reading