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HIST 3000W - The History Workshop: Child Trafficking and the State

Getting Started

 

Remote Library Resources & Services

 

As a Vanderbilt student you can:

  • get help with your research assignments by using Ask a Librarian.
  • borrow books and other items from any of the campus libraries (except Special Collections). 
  • return most items you check out to any library. 

 

The Law School is currently closed to non-Law students and faculty. To access collections, there are two options:

1. Contact the Law Library for access to collections and building. 

2. You can also request books directly in the Library Catalog. 

     -Sign into the Library Catalog, look up the book title, and then look under the “Get It” section that will say Request.

     -You can then have the book sent to the Central Library for pick up.

 

  • Central Library has a materials budget over Two million dollars.
  • Vanderbilt Library subscribes to over 700 databases.
  • These resources make up a majority of the Deep Web
  • Google, Bing and other familiar search engines capture less than 1% of information on the Web.

Central Library Floor Plans