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Remote consultations

I am available to consult with students remotely on any and all library- and research-related questions. Please email me (see link below right) with any questions or comments. I am also available for remote research consultations through Zoom. If you would like to set up a Zoom consultation, please email me to schedule a meeting.

Recent News

April 2020: The library has temporary access to the Bloomsbury Eduation and Childhood Studies database, which focuses on international research and data.

March 2020: The library has set up a website with information on resources--many provided free by publishers--for students and faculty working remotely. Note that publishers have made many electronic versions of textbooks available (temporarily) for free. Also, the National Emergency Library  and HathiTrust have been very useful for students seeking books that are only available in (inaccessible) print format. And see COVID-19 preprints here.

January 2020: Access to Oxford Handbooks in Psychology now includes all titles published from 2013 through 2019. See here.

December 2018: New open-access journal: Methods in Psychology.

October 2018: Updates to DSM-V now available here. See full DSM-V here.

August 2018: Vanderbilt now has access to many new ebooks from Elsevier in the areas of Neuroscience and Psychology. Happy reading!

Library Chat

 

Librarian

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David Golann
Contact:
Room 305A, Peabody Library
615-322-8014