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Visual Resources Center: VRC Info and Contacts

The Vanderbilt University Visual Resources Center is located in Cohen Hall 134 and is your source for finding and properly using high-quality images resources for your papers, presentations, and projects.

Where are we?

We are located on the first floor of the Cohen Memorial Hall building, room 134. Direct access to the first floor is on the 21st Avenue South side of the building and is handicapped accessible.

Hours

Open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

VRC Services

The VRC provides the following services to faculty and students: 

  • Image digitization
  • Support for digital humanities projects and technology, including virtual reality, GIS, and Scalar
  • 3-D scanning
  • Help with finding images, copyright, and citing
  • Room to study or work on projects

Image Requests

The VRC welcomes image requests from faculty members to aid with teaching or publication. If the image requested is for publication, the VRC is not responsible for obtaining appropriate usage rights for the image and will aid in digitization only.

If you need copywork, please fill out the copywork form below, attach it to the source material, and leave it in the VRC on the drop-off shelf. Forms also available in the office.

We will scan slides from a faculty's personal collection upon request after evaluating slide quality, copyright considerations and whether the image exists for purchase. See the Visual Resources Curator before requesting any slides to be scanned. 

Contacts

Clifford B. Anderson
Associate University Librarian for Research and Digital Initiatives
615.322.6938

clifford.anderson@vanderbilt.edu

Fay Renardson
Assistant Curator of Visual Resources 
615.343.6731

fay.w.renardson@vanderbilt.edu

 

History of Art Department