Panel Discussion on the James Robertson Papers on April 23

The James Robertson Papers  Register Here April 23, 2021, Noon-1pm Please join us for this panel discussion on newly-available collections from the libraries. Vanderbilt’s Special Collections is home to the James Robertson Papers, composed of original letters and documents belonging to the early settler. The papers date from between 1784-1814 and were given by Robertson’s… Keep reading

SciVal Analytical Database Training

SciVal Workshops Offered Workshops for the new library resource, SciVal, will be offered at the following times. SciVal is an analytical database used in institutional benchmarking and identification of collaborative research opportunities and trends. To register for a session, please email Sharon West. Tuesday, March 23 from Noon to 2:00 p.m. OR Friday, March 26… Keep reading

Browse our Virtual Magazine Rack, featuring Flipster

Did you know you can browse the Management Library’s selection of periodicals remotely? We have created a Virtual Magazine Rack that replicates the selections you can find in the Management Library including Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, and others that don’t even begin with the letter ‘F!’  While Flipster is no longer offering free expanded access, the Libraries have expanded our access to include Forbes, Inc., and other popular periodicals. Our Virtual Magazine Rack reproduces what you would find in the Walker Management… Keep reading

Virtual Magazine Rack

Access online articles more easily with LibKey Nomad

The Vanderbilt University Library provides access to LibKey Nomad, a browser extension that provides instant links from publisher web sites to full-text articles subscribed to by the Library. Nomad is now available in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Brave, and Vivaldi. Nomad helps with access in three ways: It displays a Download PDF badge when it detects… Keep reading

Call for Applicants for Fall Buchanan Library Fellowship: Modalities of Text Mining

Open to undergraduate students, the Buchanan Library Fellowship Modalities of Text Mining is seeking additional applicants.  How can you identify and explore patterns across millions of documents? In this fellowship, Library Buchanan Fellows will learn state-of-the-art techniques for text mining at scale. Fellows will join an ongoing research project to analyze constellations of information in… Keep reading

New Feature in Library Catalog Targets Online Books and Articles

The Heard Libraries have recently updated their Library Catalog to make it easier to locate books and articles fully available online. Users should select the “Advanced Search” in the catalog, and choose the option to search for “Electronic Resources.” From there, you can enter keywords for your topic (e.g. “educational technologies”), or search for a… Keep reading

Updates to Free Access Databases

Many publishers and databases continue to offer enhanced, free access to content during the pandemic. The Vanderbilt Libraries continue to update the COVID-19 Guide that provides information on enhanced access to databases, collections, and textbooks. Enhanced access has ended from some sources, so please check the guide for updates.

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Subscription Now Available to Digitalia Hispánica

The library has recently acquired a one-year subscription to Digitalia Hispánica http://www.digitaliapublishing.com.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/ This database includes access to over 30,000 Spanish language e-books (mainly Iberian) and about 5,000 e-journals. You can search this as a separate database but all the titles are also listed in our catalog. The e-books include a wide range of disciplines but… Keep reading