What’s old is new again. In 2020, a group of retrocomputing enthusiasts published Nox Archaist, a new role-playing adventure game for the 1983 Apple IIe computer. Why would anyone write 8-bit games for an obsolete platform released nearly forty years ago? In this exhibit, located in the Stevenson Science and Engineering Library, we explore the… Keep reading
The Science & Engineering Library is now open 24/7 for your convenience during exams. We are located at 3205 Stevenson Center and we are open continuously until 5 p.m. on Monday, May 9. Good luck on your exams.
Here we goat again! The Vanderbilt libraries are here to help you through exams. Take a break from studying and enjoy these fun stress busters: Monday, May 2, Noon–3 p.m. Baby goats on Library Lawn in front of Central Library Tuesday, May 3, 1–3 p.m. Dogs in front of your favorite campus library. Stress bust… Keep reading
Launch a rocket with a microcontroller and record flight data is the third of three sessions in the workshop series. Open to Vanderbilt faculty, staff, students, and postdocs. Registration is required. This third and final session is an in-person practical field demonstration of the microcontroller on the Vanderbilt campus on Friday, April 15. In this… Keep reading
Connecting a microcontroller board and programming with CircuitPython is the second of three sessions in the workshop series. Open to Vanderbilt faculty, staff, students, and postdocs. Registration is required. If you missed the first session, you are welcome to register for the second session. Please review the session 1 materials. Here are the detailed descriptions… Keep reading
Are you interested in learning how to program a tiny computer to read a sensor? Join us for this three-session workshop series, and learn how to program a microcontroller (QT Py RP2040) the size of your thumbnail with CircuitPython, leading to a rocket launch with the microcontroller! Open to Vanderbilt faculty, staff, students, and postdocs…. Keep reading
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
Engineering Students: Are you prepping for the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam? The Science and Engineering Library (SEL) has FE Exam review books available for checkout. See the SEL service desk for more information or to check one out.
Around the Stacks: Library Open House for the Class of 2024 Hello, Class of 2024! Join us in the Central Library Community Room on Thursday, February 24, 4:00 to 5:30 p.m, for “Around the Stacks!” welcome back reception just for you. Drop by for snacks, giveaways, and interactive info-tables from the four undergraduate libraries, plus… Keep reading
Your libraries are here for you! Do not hesitate to ask us for help, if you need us. Live Chat with a Librarian, request electronic versions of materials found in the catalogue, or set up a virtual appointment with a subject specialist librarian. Also be sure to investigate our Research Guides page, offering research assistance,… Keep reading