Check the events page, linked above, for the dates and times in-person tours of Cabell Library. These tours are available at the beginning of Fall and Spring semesters. Registration is not necessary and proof of attendance will be provided at the end of each tour.
For more information about printing in the library (including scanning, faxing, and large-format printing), please visit the Print, Scan, Copy, Fax guide.
As a VCU student or scholar, you have access to VCU Libraries' databases and online tools whether you are on or off-campus. You simply need to know your eID and password to get connected off campus. When you click on an article or database using the library's website while off-campus, you will be prompted to enter your eID and password before being granted access. See the link below for more information about your VCU eID. If you have any trouble connecting from off-campus, please contact us.
VCU Libraries provides a wide range of media and tech services.
The Workshop -- The Workshop is located on the lower level (basement) of Cabell Library. You can watch DVDs, listen to CDs, edit your own films and audio, and learn more about media technology.
IT Support Center -- Located in room B-30 of Cabell Library (take a left when you enter the library and go down the stairs), the HelpIT Center provides computer and tech support. Make sure to make an appointment before you go!
More information -- Further information about technology and media services at the VCU Libraries.