Beginning Monday, March 14, the Jean & Alexander Heard Libraries will reopen their doors to visitors. Campus visitors who are accompanied by a community member, such as an admissions officer or faculty researcher, are also welcome. Alumni and emeriti are once again able to visit the libraries during open hours with their Commodore Cards. The… Keep reading
Images move us. Photographs can often capture the lived reality of our world in ways that come to define our collective memory and they do so in a way that is both religious and political. Vanderbilt Divinity School invites you to a virtual event that brings together community artists, theologians and researchers to explore the… Keep reading
Registration is open for our spring Divinity Writing Workshops. Politics & Practice of Citation February 18, 2022 11am-12pm Central – sign up! This workshop discusses the hows and whys of citation, helping you decide what guests to invite to your dinner party of an essay. Intro to Zotero February 25, 2022 11am-12pm Central – sign… Keep reading
Can I enter the library? Do you still have a pick-up service? Is faculty delivery available again? How about any new services? For answers to these questions and more, check out our Library Services: Where Things Stand page. If have any other questions, let us know!
The Vanderbilt libraries are here to help you through exams. During exam week, stop by any library service desk for a stress-busting treat. Also, a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday, from 6 to 8 p.m. is the Pre-Exams Study Jam in Central Library, featuring research librarians, writing coaches and academic tutors, guided meditation, trivia, and more!… Keep reading
Central, Divinity and Special Collections Libraries will be closed Monday, Dec. 20, due to a water outage. For other campus libraries’ availability, visit the hours page.
The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries join the entire Vanderbilt community in the excitement of today’s announcement about the new James Lawson Institute for the Research and Study of Nonviolent Movements. As the archival home of the James M. Lawson, Jr. Papers and the James M. Lawson, Jr. Photograph Collection, Special Collections and University Archives… Keep reading
Hilary A. Craiglow, who has led the Walker Management Library for more than a decade, has been named interim university librarian. Craiglow’s appointment, effective July 1, was announced today by Vanessa Beasley, vice provost for academic affairs and dean of residential faculty. Read the full article >
The Vanderbilt University Libraries signed an agreement with HathiTrust in March of 2020 that provided faculty, students, and staff with online access to approximately 17% of the libraries copyrighted print circulating collections. Hathi Trust’s Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) was invaluable for virtual instruction and research while access to campus was restricted. As the university… Keep reading
Vanderbilt Libraries: Your Go-To Resource During Exams As we’re reaching the end of the semester, please remember your Vanderbilt librarians are here for you! We’ve extended the hours for our Live Chat service. You can now connect with a library staff member from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Noon – 6… Keep reading