THE LIBRARY IS HERE TO HELP YOU GET STUFF DONE.
You’ve got a big adventure ahead and the University Libraries is here to help. From books to recording studios, research consultants to gaming systems, we’re here to connect you with whatever you need, so ask us anything! Scroll below to find all the ways the University Libraries can help you get stuff done.
Access Expert Help
We have a network of resources to help you begin your research journey including publishing, applying for grant funding, and presenting your work.
Amanda MacDonald talks about undergraduate research support and her Nintendo Knowledge.
Learn through play
Visit the 3D Design Studio to 3D print nearly anything you can think of for free.
Virtual Environments Studio has walk-in and bookable hour blocks for play or development in virtual reality.
Learn more about all our studios!
Alice Rogers talks about what she does, and what you can do at the Media Design Studios.
Find new communities or folks who share the same questions and passions as you!
Past events we’ve sponsored:
- amplifying unheard voices: a community-based symposium
- Game Night with the VT Science Fiction and Fantasy Club
- VTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech
Learn new skills and explore questions big and small in the classroom with our expert teachers.
Past workshops we’ve taught:
- Applying tabletop gaming skills to group projects
- Designing for 3D printing, virtual reality, augmented reality, motion graphics
- Digital illustration
- Machine learning
- Podcast editing
Expand your skills and understanding
Keep track of your journey and show off your hard work by creating an ePortfolio. They can be easy to build, great for a job hunt, and a powerful way to reflect on what you've learned.
Whether you need somewhere quiet or lively, something just for you or a big group, or a space filled with lots of tech - with arrangeable furniture and food allowed, we have many options!
Watch to learn more about the study spaces in Newman Library!
Visit the library or visit our website to see our many exhibits including research and coursework from students and faculty, cultural and community pieces, interpretive exhibits of archival items, and traveling or digital exhibits.
The Vauquois exhibit mixed realities to take visitors to the tunnels of France.
See more videos of drones, 3D Scanning, and other great work people are doing at the University Libraries.