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Law Library presents ‘The Future of Legal Education’ talk Feb. 26th.

David Lat, editor at large and founding editor of Above the Law, will speak at Vanderbilt University on February 26th. Please join the Alyne Queener Massey Law Library for a special lunch hour talk and moderated discussion, including Q&A, which will take place from 12:10pm – 1:00pm in the Hyatt classroom of the Vanderbilt Law… Keep Reading

Resource Spotlight: Alumni Access to HeinOnline

Massey Law Library is pleased to provide alumni access to HeinOnline’s American Bar Association Law Library Periodicals and Law Journal Library collections. ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals contains digital access to over 100 ABA-related periodicals including 44 periodicals previously only available to ABA section members and provides access to current volumes of included periodicals and… Keep Reading

Libraries’ Fall/Winter 2018 Quarterly Report

The latest issue of the Libraries’ Quarterly Report, Fall/Winter 2018 is now available for reading. You may find the issue online at: http://hdl.handle.net/1803/9363 Earlier issues are archived online and available at: https://ir.vanderbilt.edu/handle/1803/9282

Bloomberg BNA Changes

As of December 31, 2018, Bloomberg BNA will be retired as a standalone product and will be available exclusively on Bloomberg Law. Previously, Bloomberg Law was only available to the law school community, but will now be accessible to all Vanderbilt University faculty, staff, and students via campus IP on January 1, 2019. Non-law students,… Keep Reading

Buchanan Fellows Presentations and Exhibit Opening Reception Tuesday December 4

Join the fun on Tuesday, December 4th as we celebrate the projects created by the Fall 2018 Buchanan Library Fellows.  Three Fellows worked with Special Collections and TV News Archive staff to produce documentaries about journalists whose papers are in Special Collections: Jack Corn, Jack Hurst, and Jim Squires.  The documentaries accompany an exhibition, The… Keep Reading

Libraries’ Summer/Fall 2018 Quarterly Report

The latest issue of the Libraries’ Quarterly Report, Summer/Fall 2018 is now available for reading. You may find the issue online at: http://hdl.handle.net/1803/9297 Earlier issues are archived online and available at: https://ir.vanderbilt.edu/handle/1803/9282

Vanderbilt Libraries’ Open Mind Series: Informed Citizenship and the Economics of Information

Information is being democratized and diversified. Every cell phone video is a news story, every YouTube account is a classroom. Citizens no longer trust or rely on experts for their information, partially because they can obtain first-hand accounts of the world around them. In the age of untrusted experts and folk-journalism, folk-education, what is the… Keep Reading

Resource Spotlight: ProQuest Legislative Insight

Expand your understanding of the history of the United States Congress with ProQuest’s Legislative Insight database. Legislative Insight features an expansive compilation of over 18,000 thoroughly researched legislative histories dating back to the very first Congress, offering unprecedented research opportunities to legal and political science scholars along with other researchers seeking access to detailed federal… Keep Reading

Getting to know your Eskind librarians: Camille Ivey

Camille Ivey is a Health Sciences Librarian at the Eskind Biomedical Library and has worked there for 20 years.  She worked as a Health Information Analyst for 17 years and then completed the University of Tennessee Master’s in Library and Information Science distance education program in 2015.  She is a native Alabamian and completed her… Keep Reading

U.S. State Department Central Files Now Available

  The Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files for Africa and the Middle East; Asia; and Europe and Latin America are now part of the Vanderbilt University Libraries’ collection. These History Vault resources provide access to American diplomatic reporting on political, military, social, and economic developments from 1960-1969. To access the Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files, click… Keep Reading