Vanderbilt University officially launched the McGee Applied Research Center for Narrative Studies at a campus event on Feb. 7.
Elsevier, a global leader in information analytics and scientific publishing, is pleased to announce a five-year read and publish agreement with Vanderbilt University’s Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries that will… Keep reading
The complete archive of Vanderbilt University’s flagship publication has been fully digitized and is now available online, making more than a century of university history accessible to the Vanderbilt community and others around the globe.
A Vanderbilt University Medical Center program designed to teach parents healthy discipline strategies is reaching a wider audience thanks to a collaboration with the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries’ Digital Lab.
Wiley, one of the world’s largest publishers and a global leader in research and learning, today announced a new five-year open access agreement with the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries… Keep reading
The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries have acquired the personal collection of Dom Flemons, a Grammy Award-winning songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and cultural historian whose music and research have brought greater awareness… Keep reading
A new portrait series that celebrates noteworthy Vanderbilt University community members is now on display in multiple locations across the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries. V150: The Many Faces of… Keep reading
The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries are marking the 50th anniversary of hip-hop in 2023 with the acquisition of eight prints by celebrated hip-hop illustrator and documentarian André LeRoy Davis…. Keep reading
Vanderbilt faculty members Jad Abumrad, one of the pioneers of podcasting, and Jacob Mchangama, a leading expert on free speech, will take part in a thought-provoking discussion on Nov. 2… Keep reading
The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries have opened a new Geographic Information Systems Lab in Peabody Library that gives Vanderbilt University scholars a significant computing edge in the rapidly growing… Keep reading