Below are the hours for the Management Library during Fall Break: Saturday, 10/9: CLOSED Sunday, 10/10: 12pm-8pm Monday-Wednesday, 10/11-10/13: 8am-8pm Thursday-Friday, 10/14-10/15: 8am-5pm Saturday, 10/16: CLOSED Regular Hours will resume on Sunday, 10/17 Have a great Fall Break!
Why does the Census matter? Find out how Census data is used, its historical background and politics, how the pandemic has affected the Census process, and library resources to help you with demographic research and data. Register for the Workshop Learn about the Research Productivity Workshops
Thursday, February 18, 2:15-3:00 p.m. Register for Event Can you tell if there is bias or an agenda in a map’s data or presentation? This workshop will show you how to critically evaluate geovisualizations, maps, and spatial data for factual accuracy to foster evidence-based problem-solving and avoid the pitfalls of consuming data influenced by ideology. … Keep reading
Join the Management Library February 11 from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. to be among the first to use Capital IQ’s new certification program. This 5-part module will test platform familiarity through the lens of security analysis and provide a “Capital IQ Certified” result if passed, along with a LinkedIn badge. Vanderbilt is piloting this… Keep reading
This semester the Science and Engineering library will be open Monday-Friday 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. This is to provide much needed physically distanced classroom spaces during morning hours for six different classes. Never fear, your librarians are as close as a click on the website button “Ask a Librarian” for reference help. We also will… Keep reading
The first title for Spring will be Caste, by Isabel Wilkerson. The Book Club will be meeting on January 22, 2021 at noon over Zoom. The conversation will be facilitated by Prof. Jessica Clarke. Books are available online from the library! Check them out here. You are most welcome to participate in the conversation even… Keep reading
Best wishes from the staff of Vanderbilt Libraries to the entire Vanderbilt community and your families for a great Thanksgiving break. Stay well and safe!
The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery presents: A Q&A with Ali Smith and Michael Alec Rose Moderated by Leonard Folgarait, Professor of History of Art This talk was open to the public and held via Zoom on Friday, October 30, 1:00pm CDT Join us for a conversation between composer Michael Alec Rose and painter Ali… Keep reading
Do you know there are subject specialist librarians waiting to help you with your next project or paper? All you have to do is set up an appointment, meet with them and you will be on your way to finding resources you probably never knew were available! Here is the list of librarians by subject. … Keep reading
Vanderbilt University is partnering with Fisk University, the Frist Art Museum and Millions of Conversations to host “Engine for Art, Democracy and Justice,” a trans-institutional series of virtual conversations and artistic collaborations focused on healing at a time of significant social unrest. The initiative brings Carrie Mae Weems’ RESIST COVID TAKE 6! public art campaign to Nashville,… Keep reading