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The University Libraries will be closed on Monday, September 2nd for Labor Day.

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Upcoming Events

  • Adobe Spark: Creating Videos, Social Media Graphics, and Web Pages Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019
    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Presenter: Kelsey Hammer & Michael Stamper
    Location: Torgersen 3310
    Campus: Blacksburg Campus

    This workshop introduces participants to free and easy Adobe products. Find out what you can create with Adobe Spark and more!

  • Build a Professional Online Presence Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2019
    Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
    Presenter: Julia Feerrar & Kelsey Hammer
    Location: Torgersen 3310
    Campus: Blacksburg Campus

    Analyze your current online presence and leave with strategies for shaping it to meet your professional and personal goals.

  • Tinker Bells: Basic CAD and 3D Design Workshop Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2019
    Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm
    Presenter: Max Ofsa
    Location: Newman 207A
    Campus: Blacksburg Campus

    Need some holiday spirit? Come create some winter-themed 3D models that make great gifts! Attendees will also learn about the basics of CAD modeling and design as it pertains to 3D printing. 


Make information accessible

The University Libraries at Virginia Tech furthers the university’s dedication to being a global land-grant institution and serving faculty, students, and societies across the globe. The University Libraries supports the creation and publication of scholarship that is freely accessible to all — regardless of geographical location.

Engage with digital content

Learning, creating, and collaborating in the digital world is increasingly complex. Through digital literacy initiatives, University Libraries seeks to empower our community of learners and researchers as they navigate and participate in digital environments.

Showcase your best work

The ePortfolio Initiative supports the University’s mission to showcase students’ ability to be both leaders in specific disciplines while also cultivating transdisciplinary interests and skills, digital literacy and career competencies, aspirational values, and engagement in experiential and communal learning.