Digitized, searchable documents and audio bring real voices to the tragic tale of a Richmond neighborhood.
Digital collection tells inside story of building the VCU President's House.
History grad students transcribed revealing letters.
See the Collection
Rare photographs of 1963 civil rights protests tell new stories.
Freedom Now Project seeks public input.
From the Cold War to the Culture War: The Encampment for Citizenship
Scrapbook-like digital exhibit explores 70-year-old effort in educating young citizens
Encampment for Citizenship
Vast Digital Library
VCU Libraries joins HathiTrust initiative.
Reducing One Barrier to Student Success
VCU Libraries offers faculty incentives to adopt or create free or low-cost textbook alternatives.
Creation of Materials
Communal work at Folger transcribathons creates access to rare materials.
Early adoption of a new technological foundation builds access and efficiency.
Roots of Racism
New data visualization project offers snapshot of KKK activism in early 20th Century America.
Learn About It
The Global Language of Poetry
Interview shares thinking underlying an emerging "Collection of Distinction"
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
Fascinated by the history of medicine?
Explore VCU's Medical Artifacts Collection, in person or online.
Your Journal Library
Free app delivers your favorite journals to your tablet.
Need inspiration? Visit the Art Browsery.
Look, learn, create using visually-rich books in arts, crafts and design.
Where is everything?
Materials moved to new locations.
Maps and More