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Student Media Center honors Cabell Library staff as advocate

The Student Media Center awarded the staff of Cabell Library with a 2021 ITCHY award. The ITCHys are the annual Student Media Center awards that recognize the achievements of our students and their student media organizations which exemplify the SMC’s principles of Integrity, Tenacity, Creativity and Honesty.  The Student Media Center is the home to […]

Inspec Analytics: Precision analytics for research excellence

Find It Inspec Analytics (IA) enables researchers and professionals to uncover trends and patterns across a wide range of physics, computing and engineering disciplines, locally and globally. Its addition to the Engineering Village platform takes advantage of Inspec’s precise and accurate indexing. IA uses semantic technology to connect each element of the literature, creating a […]

New VCU Libraries website balances ease of use, discovery and accessibility

In May of this year, VCU Libraries launched a redesigned website. Based on extensive research and feedback from VCU students, faculty, staff and community members over the course of a year and a half, the new website is focused on connecting users with information at their point of need, while also facilitating discovery of the […]

New anti-racism guide helps you explore a critical topic

Find It VCU Libraries is committed to helping our communities identify, explore and understand the systemic racism that infuses all aspects of our lives, so that we can advance our work in confronting that racism.  This online guide provides a launching point for exploring the subject of anti-racism. This is an important, rapidly growing field, […]

New PubMed debuts May 18

Beginning May 18, 2020, the PubMed interface will look different. One of the most used resources of VCU Libraries, PubMed is the world’s premier biomedical and health sciences database, providing access to more than 30 million citations. This free resource is developed and maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and the National […]

Streaming media available through VCU Libraries

VCU Libraries subscribes to and licenses streaming media across academic disciplines to enhance and expedite online learning and instruction. These resources, accessed remotely by all in the VCU community through the university login, can be especially useful now, when classes are being taught remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Once logged in, streaming media from VCU […]