Welcome to the Vanderbilt University World Wide Web server, a gateway to information services provided by and for the Vanderbilt community. Vanderbilt is an independent university with an undergraduate program and a full range of graduate and professional programs. It has a strong faculty of over 1,600 full-time members and a diverse student body of about 9,700.
Students from many regions, backgrounds and disciplines come together for multidisiplinary study and research. (Select this link to read about the current status of this server.)
The School of Medicine houses various W3 servers. You can access the BMES (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding this server), the Medical Center Library and the Virgil Project servers.
An electronic version of the publication Television News Index and Abstracts, which allows people to identify television newscasts. Copies from the Archive’s collection are loaned to individuals throughout the world for reference, study, classroom instruction, and research.
This is the gateway to the Press’s World Wide Web homepage. In the future, you will be able to access a hypertext version of the seasonal catalogs of books published by Vanderbilt University Press (select this link to access a gopher version), sales and order information (gopher version), excerpts from recent Vanderbilt titles, and much more.
By selecting this section you will gain access to the TELNET gateway to ACORN, Vanderbilt libraries’ online catalog. (Description of Acorn.) If you see the prompt USERNAME: type ACORN and press the RETURN key.
This link takes you to the VUinfo server. (Description of VUinfo.)
You can use SHUNI (the Simple HTML USNET News Interface) to access Vanderbilt’s news server. In order to use this interface, your web browser must be able to handle forms. This interface allows you to access all the news groups received
by our news server, or you can have listed the newsgroups that match a given keyword, or you can ge a list of the newsgroups whose description matches the given keyword. (This service is restricted to on campus users.)
You can access the guide in various formats. Select the hypertext format if you wish to read it using your WWW browser (e.g., lynx). If your browser is configured to display postscript, you can select the postscript version of the guide. If you wish to produce a hardcopy of the guide you probably want to select the compressed format of this document and download it to your personal computer. (The guide is approximately 250 pages long).