Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery receives Kress Foundation award

The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery has been selected among spring 2020 applicants to receive support from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation for an exhibition of medieval and Renaissance artworks.  The Artist’s Workshop in Medieval and Renaissance Europe will be exhibited at the gallery Nov. 4, 2021–Jan. 23, 2022. This exhibition will draw from Vanderbilt’s… Keep reading

Follower of Domenico Ghirlandaio (possibly, Giovanni Battista Bertucci), St. Sebastian, ca. 1510, Italian (1475–1525), Tempera with oil on panel, 19 5/8 x 16 1/8 inches, The Samuel H. Kress Collection,, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, 1979.0655P

Vanderbilt Heard Libraries Celebrate Graduates

Vanderbilt Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries join the rest of the campus in celebrating 2020 graduates and all of their accomplishments. The libraries have produced a new guide, which provides a list of resources and services available to all Vanderbilt alumni. These resources give new alumni access to a wide variety of options for spending… Keep reading

Get help with online course readings

The Course Reading List Tool in Brightspace is designed to help instructors incorporate library materials in their Brightspace courses. Instructors can use the tool to build reading lists that include books and articles owned by the library, videos, web resources and more. Peabody Library will offer drop-in support hours on Zoom on Thursday, April 30, … Keep reading

Peabody “We’ve Got Game(s)” Trivia Night – April 23, 4-5:30 p.m.

“We’ve Got Game(s)” Trivia Night April 23, 4-5:30 p.m. Put your “game” face on and come join the Office of Student Engagement and Well-Being and the Peabody Library staff for a celebratory end-of-the- semester afternoon of games, giggles, and good times. Hope you can make it! Join us HERE for the event If you want… Keep reading

Research Hacks Workshop “Google Scholar” to be offered online via Zoom

While you may be familiar with Google Scholar as a way to find scholarly literature, you may not know all the tools that can help you link to VU resources, find other possible sources on a topic or research question, and be more precise in your searching. Learn about these features by attending the Google… Keep reading

Portal to Possibilities: Introduction to the Libraries’ Website

Vanderbilt students, faculty, and staff have access to numerous library services and resources online via the Vanderbilt Libraries website. Join us via Zoom during this one hour online workshop on April 8 at 3 p.m. CST to find out how you can: chat with a librarian for real time assistance schedule a research consultation with… Keep reading

Research Hacks Workshop “Google Scholar” to be offered online via Zoom

While you may be familiar with Google Scholar as a way to find scholarly literature, you may not know all the tools that can help you link to VU resources, find other possible sources on a topic or research question, and be more precise in your searching. Learn about these features by attending the Google… Keep reading

Spring Research Hacks Workshops at Central Library

IMPORTANT: Please note that given University policy about in-person meetings during the coronavirus crisis, all face-to-face in-person workshops have been cancelled until further notice. Some of these workshops may be offered online instead. Check back on this page for more details. More information about the University’s coronavirus response is available here. Would you like to… Keep reading