Your Right to Read
Participatory and learning events mark Banned Books Week 2016
Cabell Library a "Library Journal" Landmark Library
Design and architecture lauded in competitive national awards program
James River wildflowers come to life online.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and Rice Rivers Center collaborate with VCU Libraries to create new digital compendium.
Explore the Collection
The Workshop offers tools and expertise
A resource for all VCU students, faculty and staff, Innovative Media’s expanded new space can help faculty teach and present scholarship.
Regional Archivists Invite Artistic Creations
Deadline is Oct. 14 for submitting entries in new "Archives Remix" contest
Know "silent" and "quiet" study rules at Cabell Library
New airy, open library offers new silent seats
Halfway to Goal
In August, VCU Libraries had raised just over $500,000, on the way to the $1 million goal
James Branch Cabell: Man of Letters and Libraries
Online compendium celebrates Mr. Cabell's literary legacy.
Visit the Display
Global program teaches practitioners to treat and fight addiction
Librarians on three continents develop Virtual Library to support master's and certificate programs.
Building a Creative Community
The Workshop gears up for its first full academic year with the goal of building a place for makers and explorers
The Global Language of Poetry
Interview shares thinking underlying an emerging "Collection of Distinction"
Scholars Compass Update
Two years after launch, VCU platform offers 8,700 papers and other scholarly materials
Drop-in Intensive Sessions for Advanced Researchers
Move forward in your work March 23. Lunch included.
Roots of Racism
New data visualization project offers snapshot of KKK activism in early 20th Century America.
Learn About It
Digitized, searchable documents and audio bring real voices to the tragic tale of a Richmond neighorhood.
A New Look at Old Richmond
1889 atlas turned interactive map reveals change and history in RVA