Contact your Library Liaison to set up an instruction session covering library services. Your class can come to the library, or your Liaison can come to your class.
Library services support the research and teaching missions of Vanderbilt.
The library provides access to premium content, databases, journals, primary source material and data that support the breath of research disciplines across the university.
Librarians with subject and discipline expertise provide information consultation services, help faculty identify information sources and keep current with research. Assistance with authors’ rights, open access, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and data curation are available through the library’s office of Scholarly Communications.
Contact your library liaison for specialized and subject-specific support for your research.
The Vanderbilt Library Instruction Program partners with faculty and instructors to teach the research skills necessary for foundation of lifelong learning that ensures the success of learners in the 21st century. The information, visual, media, and digital literacy concepts at the center of the library’s instruction program provides students with the skills they need to become successful critical thinkers, effective communicators, and productive citizens.