Why do the Vt libraries primarily collect scholarly information?
The Libraries provide Scholarly Communication services to empower researchers to utilize, create, and develop new modes of scholarship. Scholarly Communication is the process in which researchers create, review, and disseminate their work.
How many libraries does VT have?
There are 180 libraries on this list. Vermont has the most public libraries per capita of any state in the US. Here are Vermont’s public libraries on a map.
How do I download EndNote to Virginia Tech?
Virginia Tech affiliates can download EndNote for free from Software Distribution. Simply click on the link for Network Software Server and log in via 2-factor authentication. From there, you can download EndNote.
How do I print at Virginia Tech library?
Go to any photocopier/printer (on either the second or fourth floors behind the main elevators or in the branch libraries). Swipe your Hokie Passport (stripe up) and then push OK. A screen appears offering Print, Copy, or Account options. It also lists items in your print queue.
How do I download software from Virginia Tech?
How do you get the software?
- You must sign both your Undergraduate Bundle and Engineering Bundle license agreements in Software Sales located in Torgersen Bridge before you will be granted access.
- If you are off campus (or not connected via VT-Wireless or VT-WLAN) you must connect to the VPN first.