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  • Imagine, Spring/Summer 2020 

    Brown, Ann; Finney, Trevor; McVoy, Liz; Molinos, Chloe; Puckett, Elise Monsour; Becksford, Lisa; Kohler, Ellie; Trout, Sophia (Virginia Tech University Libraries, 2020)
    In this magazine, you will find stories about our outstanding students, faculty, and staff and how expertise in the library helps advance Virginia Tech research.
  • Opening Knowledge: Resources for Open Research and Teaching at Virginia Tech and Beyond 

    Open Knowledge Committee (Virginia Tech, 2020-01)
    At the University Libraries we’ve always been committed to the principle of access—access to information across a wide spectrum of disciplines in service to the Virginia Tech community. Today this commitment to access ...
  • Virginia Tech’s Open Access Subvention Fund FY 2019 Report 

    McMillan, Gail (Virginia Tech Libraries, 2019-08-21)
    Dean Tyler Walters allocated the 2019 VT OASF $140,000 to support article processing charges (APC) in open access journals. This year the Libraries received 171 requests, an increase of 28 over 2018. 77% of the requests ...
  • Imagine, Fall 2019 

    Becksford, Lisa; Brown, Ann; Coleman, Olivia; Finney, Trevor; Guerin, Dave; Puckett, Elise Monsour; McVoy, Liz; Molinos, Chloe (University Libraries, Virginia Tech, 2019)
    Throughout these pages, you will read about faculty and students who are reaching beyond traditional scholarship into the interactive realm of video, virtual reality, and other digital tools to analyze literature or ...
  • Library Letters, December 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-12)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Upcoming Workshops for Spring 2020.
  • Library Letters, November 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-11)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Exam Food & Extended Hours; Holiday Closures & Other Break Hours.
  • Library Letters, October 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-10)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Access Errors due to “Cookies”.
  • University Libraries Annual Report, 2018-2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech University Libraries, 2019)
    Explore University Libraries' key accomplishments in fiscal year 2018-2019.
  • Library Letters, September 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-09)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Get VText & Google Scholar.
  • The Studios at Newman Library 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2019)
    In order to provide students and patrons access to emerging technologies and collaborative spaces for creative work, the University Libraries created a series of studios all focused on facilitating innovation. Learn more ...
  • Library Letters, August 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-08)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Equipment Available for Loan.
  • University Libraries Aspirational Identity 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2014-01)
    This visioning document outlines the six aspirational qualities for anyone who interacts with Library people, places, and resources, including: openness; curation; creation; community; catalyst; and knowledge.
  • Library Letters, July 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-07)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Collaborative Project Tools, Open Science Framework (OSF).
  • Library Letters, June 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library, 2019-06)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. This month we’re looking at two databases the library recently subscribed to that are made ...
  • #VTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech 2018-2019 

    Arthur, Craig E. (Virginia Tech University Libraries, 2019)
    Digging in the Crates: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech, or #VTDITC, exists to foster a sense of community among hip hop artists, fans, and scholars on campus. This annual report details the group's efforts to promote hip ...
  • Library Letters, April 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library., 2019-04)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Data Visualization Services.
  • Library Letters, March 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library., 2019-03)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Student Photo Contest Results.
  • Imagine: A newsletter for friends of the University Libraries at Virginia Tech, Spring 2019 

    Brown, Ann; Finney, Trevor; Puckett, Elise Monsour; McVoy, Liz; Skinker, Loren (University Libraries, Virginia Tech, 2019)
    In this Spring 2019 edition of Imagine, the newsletter of the University Libraries, you will see stories of our many partnerships that span the university and beyond. University Libraries experts work with students and ...
  • University Libraries Newsletter, Summer 2017 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech - University Libraries., 2017)
    This newsletter contains information about new programs, services, and spaces at the University Libraries in 2017 and how they are supporting and enhancing teaching, learning, and research across the university.
  • Library Letters, February 2019 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Veterinary Medicine Library., 2019-02)
    This newsletter highlights the services and support to the College of Veterinary Medicine offered through the University Libraries. In this issue: Virtual reality dog.

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