Register Now for a Library Workshop!

Get the semester off to a successful start! Check out the Library events calendar and register now for any of the Library’s workshops being offered through November 15. Let expert instructors take you from the basics through the latest technology, … Continue reading

Library Hosts Workshops for Endangered Data Week, February 26–March 1

The UVA Library is hosting a number of events as part of Endangered Data Week 2018 (February 26–March 2), a collaborative effort, coordinated across campuses, nonprofits, libraries, citizen science initiatives, and cultural heritage institutions, (1) to shed light on public … Continue reading

Make Research Extraordinary—Register for a Library Workshop!

Want to know the best methods in research? How to compile and analyze data? The Library has the answers you’re looking for! Go to the events calendar on the Library’s homepage and register for any of the workshops being offered … Continue reading

Reaxys, the One-stop Chemistry Database for Chemistry Literature and Data

Whether you’re an experienced chemist, a faculty member, or an undergrad just getting into in the field of Chemistry, Elsevier’s Reaxys database has something for you. The new Library resource has 500 million published experimental facts and potential access to … Continue reading

Sounds You can Take out of the Library—the Thomas Rex Beverly Sound Files!

What does distance sound like—a bird calling in a desert valley? Does loneliness sound like the ring of a hammer against stone? If you need just the right sound to go in a video, in a musical composition, an image … Continue reading

The Library Welcomes New Staff Members!

The Library is pleased to announce four new staff additions! Zoe LeBlanc will join the Scholars’ Lab research and development team on October 2. She’s currently ABD in history at Vanderbilt University and holds an M.A. from Vanderbilt and a … Continue reading

The Hathi Trust Research Center offers Scholars a Sneak Preview of Research Tools!

The Hathi Trust Research Center (HTRC) is working to promote one of the hottest areas of literary research. Text-mining and non-consumptive research refer to a type of literary analysis in which the close reading of text is irrelevant. The important … Continue reading

The Library’s Online Resource PolicyMap Makes Data Come Alive!

Give life to your research with the Library’s new online resource PolicyMap. Whether you’re researching trends in income, jobs, education, health, or home sales, a map adds the power of instant visualization to tables, charts, and graphs. PolicyMap allows you … Continue reading

The Library’s Ad$pender Database Tracks Spending on Industry Advertising

Say you’re an entrepreneur and you’ve got the money to compete with Dell or Apple. Wouldn’t it be worth knowing how much each of those competitors spends on advertising for different product lines, and on what types of media? Getting … Continue reading

Center for the Study of Data and Knowledge Holds Conference—DH + DS: The Machine as Horizon of Interpretation

On Friday, April 7, at 9:00 a.m. in Nau Hall, Room 101, UVA’s Center for the Study of Data and Knowledge (CSDK) kicks off its conference, “DH + DS: The Machine as Horizon of Interpretation.” The keynote speaker will be … Continue reading