In years past, Library Fest has been an in-person function at James Branch Cabell Library, featuring tables highlighting important resources, from Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences to the Innovative Media Workshop, as well as key campus partners.
This year, Library Fest takes a virtual form and will consist of a series of brief, informal videos for incoming and current students, introducing many library departments and services. The videos will be rolled out over the course of the Weeks of Welcome on social media and will be collected here.
The event is free and open to all. For questions or accommodations, please contact Donna Coghill, community engagement librarian and coordinator of campus partnerships, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 828-6544.
- Learn more about VCU Libraries, its locations and services:
- James Branch Cabell Library tour options, in person and online:
- Learn more about the Makerspace:
- Visit and contact James Branch Cabell Library online:
- Visit and contact Tompkins-McCaw Library online:
- Find the library specialist for your area of study:
- Learn more about and start requesting materials:
- Visit the Health and Wellness Library online:
- Learn more about the initiative and what you can do to take advantage of it and help:
- Explore the VCU Libraries website: library.vcu.edu
- Learn more about VCU Libraries Digital Collections: digital.library.vcu.edu
- Visit the Workshop online:
- Visit Special Collections and Archives online:
Virtual Library Fest participates in VCU Libraries' Study Safer campaign. The campaign, which includes posters, digital messaging and a stream of social media posts, integrates information about safety precautions related to COVID-19, expectations for people using library buildings and coverage of library services and resources both on-site and online. Learn more.
Image: Library Fest, by Jeff Bland