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Lit Review How ToAre you a graduate student working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation?  Come to one or all of these 30-minute workshops to learn tips that will save you time and sanity.  All sessions will take place in Gelman Library, Room 219.

Citation Chasing
Monday, Oct. 13 at  5:30pm
Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 5:30pm

How do you build on someone else's research?  How do you find the research they used?  Chase down those citations like a pro with tips from librarian Tolonda Henderson.

Citation Management
Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 5:30pm
One you've done all this research how do you keep track of it?  Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks,Zotero and Manadalay.  Librarian Dolsy Smith help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it. 

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1969 Homecoming Queen Candace WilliamsThe University Archives of the George Washington University is pleased to invite applications for our University Archives Diversity Research Fellowships for the 2014-2015 academic year. These fellowships for research into GW history are open to any GW graduate or undergraduate students and are intended to support the discovery of untold stories of our community. Applicants will specify their own areas of research interest, which may include (but are not limited to) themes such as the history of women, African Americans, Latino/a students, religious life, veterans, students with disabilities, and LGBT individuals on campus throughout GW’s history. Each fellowship will come with a stipend of $2500.

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Researching PotterDid you read in the GW Hatchet article about the Researching Potter workshop and wish you had attended?  Read below for some information from librarian Tolonda Henderson about Harry Potter Studies and her tips for getting started researching popular culture.

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Gelman's Special Collections is a great destination for teaching and learning with primary sources. This fall, Assistant Professor of Writing Phil Troutman came to Gelman to check out historic posters and political cartoons with his UW1020 class The Visual Past: Images in American History. Special Collections has also recently hosted classes studying geography, visual arts, and philosophy. For more information on primary sources in Special Collections, browse our archival collections by topic and our bibliographies, or email us at speccoll@gwu.edu.

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GW Libraries Recognized for Exemplary ProgramGW Libraries have been recognized by the Association of College & Research Libraries as an "Exemplary Program" for "Information Literacy Best Practices" in the category of "Collaboration."  This honor acknowledges the libraries' innovative work with the University Writing Program and the great results of that collaboration for GW students.  Read more about about this award on the "Exemplary Programs" website.

ACRL Model Program Badge

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