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The library provides installable software through subscriptions and volume licenses, plus a selection of specialized software on computers inside the library.

  • EndNote at Virginia Tech

        EndNote

    EndNote is bibliographic manager software allows researchers to save and organize results of database searches or lists of bibliographic references. A web-based product called EndNote Online is also available.

    The university's site license for EndNote will end on May 1, 2017. After this date, EndNote will be available for individual purchase through Software Distribution, just like Microsoft and Adobe software packages. Access to the free version of EndNote Online will continue. We recommend users consider one of the freely available citation managers like Zotero or Mendeley.

  • LibX Virginia Tech edition

    lib x

    LibX Virginia Tech Edition is a browser extension that provides direct access to Virginia Tech Library resources. It features:

    • Toolbar and right-click context menu access to search tools
    • Support for off-campus access via Off Campus Sign In
    • Quick full text access to journal articles
    • Support for embedded cues on sites like Amazon and Google Scholar
    • Support for xISBN
  • BrowZine mobile and tablet app

        BrowZine

    View our top periodicals from your tablet! BrowZine is a browsable newsstand of the library’s top journals. Easily discover, read, and monitor the key journals in your field through push alerts of new table of contents.

  • Library bookmarklets

    A bookmarklet is a script or short program that that can be installed on your web browser's bookmarks toolbar. Once installed, you can select text and use the bookmarklet to lookup or act on that text.
  • App shelf

        App shelf

    The Virginia Tech Libraries' App Shelf collects mobile device apps and websites that are useful when doing research on your mobile devices. Most apps are free, though we do list some that require payment when we find them particularly useful.

  • Port: digital research commons

    As a digital research commons, Port is the Virginia Tech Libraries' destination for individual scholars and project teams who need above-average technology and collaborative space to explore data, create knowledge, and develop interesting ways to express information. Graduate students and faculty are the primary audience, but Port is also open to undergraduate researchers on weekday evenings and all day on weekends.


Art + Architecture Library fall hours

Sun, Aug 23: Closed
Mon-Thu, Aug 24-27: 8:00am - 10:00pm
Fri, Aug 28: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Sat, Aug 29: 1:00pm = 5:00pm

Current semester hours

NVC Resource Center fall hours

Sun: Closed
Mon-Thu: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Fri: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Current semester hours