The University Libraries will open a new exhibition, “Tending to Popular Thought: What People Read and Why,” this fall in the second-floor gallery of Central Library. The physical exhibition, curated by four undergraduate Buchanan Library Fellows during spring semester 2020, delayed by the COVID pandemic will be installed to mark the start of a new… Keep reading
This is a third in a series of articles written by the Science and Engineering library’s student assistants about their life during the COVID-19 quarantine. My name is Kolade Balogun and I am an international student from London, England studying Chemical Engineering. Honestly I haven’t really been doing too much other than just relaxing and… Keep reading
In the current challenging environment, many law students have had summer work plans disrupted. The library wants to support you in any way we can. With that in mind, the librarians have created a guide with available CLE courses and other professional development opportunities available to law students during this time. In particular, students may… Keep reading
This spring, the Walker Management Library, in cooperation with Owen’s Career Management Center and the Library’s Digital Scholarship and Communications (DiSC) Office, hosted a program on the data visualization software Tableau for the Owen community. The final two-hour workshop was held on April 15th. Attendees worked independently through a self-paced O’Reilly for Higher Education course,… Keep reading
ASTM has opened up access to standards for personal protective equipment: https://www.astm.org/COVID-19/ This is a reminder that the Vanderbilt Libraries subscribe to the ASTM Digital Library!
Librarians from the Science and Engineering Library are available remotely in a number of different ways should you need help with research or teaching. You can live chat with us from our home page, email, call (615.322.2775) or we’ll be happy to set up a Zoom session to provide visual assistance. Contact us to let… Keep reading
Check out the new Massey Law Library research guide dedicated to helping students research a law school seminar paper or law review note. This guide covers topic selection, legal scholarship, nonlegal scholarship, news, statistics, definitions, citation management, and more!
There is no damage reported to the Vanderbilt campus at this time from the overnight tornadoes. Our hearts go out to our neighbors across Nashville affected by this tragedy. We are continuing to assess the storm’s impact and checking in on our students, faculty and staff. All libraries on campus are open during their normal… Keep reading
The Walker Management Library Service Desk will be open Monday-Friday 8am-6pm for the first week of March and will be closed Sunday 3/1 and Saturday 3/7. Regular hours will resume on Sunday 3/8. Have a great Spring Break!
Check out the expanded Supreme Court Insight coverage, Landmark Records and Briefs of the U.S. Courts of Appeals, and more! O’Reilly for Higher Education Instruction and reference materials on computer programming, technology, and business transformation. The platform includes books, videos, case studies, audio books, and structured learning paths. O’Reilly requires you to close your internet… Keep reading