Print reserves are located at the Central Library Service Desk. Media reserves are located at the Government Information and Media Services Desk. Questions? email@example.com.
Welcome! To help meet your needs, the Jean and Alexander Heard Library offers a variety of services and materials. Connect with a subject specialist to guide you through research, find a space to study on your own or with a group, and locate books, articles, laptops, and iPads to support your academic experience. Stop by for a visit! We are here to help.
Access and Use: Find your place in the Vanderbilt community.
Designated Borrower (faculty surrogate borrower): Faculty members, have your assistant(s) check out materials.Recent Additions: Search for new titles.
Faculty Delivery: For faculty and faculty surrogates, have materials routed directly to your office.
Annex Delivery: Items housed in sites outside campus libraries (Annex, 21 North, Eskind Biomedical Library storage) are readily available for your use. Place a request in the Acorn record, next to the call number, or complete a form for quick delivery.
Suggestions: Help build our library with your purchase recommendations.
Faculty: Place materials on reserve and find information on copyright clearance. Vanderbilt Copyright Clearance Services (CCS) manages obtaining permissions, paying royalties, and keeping records for class-related uses.Students: Find the library location for your print and media reserves.
As part of the Federal Depository Library Program, the Government Information and Media Services (GIMS) department houses a broad collection of U.S. Government documents. Additionally, Vanderbilt University hosts a government information portal with an extensive database of resources on locating government information of all kinds. Located within the Central Library, this selective depository for federal publications is open to the public. GIMS also loans DVDs and videos in a variety of genres and languages for your viewing pleasure.
Study Rooms and Carrels: Find space for quiet study and/or group meetings.Room Rental: Locate and reserve a room in the Jean and Alexander Heard Library.
Scholarly Communications is an interdisciplinary field of librarianship that facilitates the dissemination of academic research by fostering emerging communication technologies while reducing legal barriers to access.
The Scholarly Communications team provides support to students and faculty members in areas such as authors' rights, data curation, digital humanities, and open access publishing. We guide users through the world of Learning Management Systems and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). If you need assistance with your Vanderbilt electronic thesis or dissertation, we are also ready to help.
Check out these area catalogs for access to more library materials.Center for Research Libraries