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Required Summer Reading: D.C. Fiction

Read any good Washington fiction lately? There’s nothing like recognizing familiar streets and landmarks in a tale from another time.

A New Look for the Catalog!

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Catalog makeover

The GW Libraries catalog is getting a makeover for the Fall semester!  A sneak preview (beta test) is available now by selecting the "Catalog" tab above the search box and then clicking "see our new look!"

Student Spotlight: Sharing Research Through Wikipedia

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Special Collections Resources at Wikipedia Edit-a-thonby Elizabeth Settoducato
Gelman Communications Assistant
GW Class of 2015 (Women's Studies & Classical Studies)

Welcome Corcoran College Students, Faculty and Staff!

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Corcoran College of Art + DesignAs the two institutions work out the final details, GW Libraries is delighted to extend access privileges to our future students and faculty from the Corcoran School of Art + Design.  Corcoran affiliates can present a valid

Making History: The Campaign for GW

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Making History ImageThe intellectual powerhouse of a great university is its libraries, and the quality and capacity of GW's libraries are key to fulfilling the ambitions of the university, its students, and its faculty.

Informing Social Feed Manager Development at GW

One of our goals for the Social Feed Manager software we’re developing at GW Libraries is for it to be useful to other cultural heritage organizations who want to collect social media data. To help us understand these use cases and get feedback on our prototype software, we brought together a group of interested people from libraries, archives, and funding organizations on December 11 and 12, 2013.

Change in Special Collections Public Service Hours

Clock image by Flickr user nicksarebiThe Special Collections Research Center will no longer be offering Wednesday evening public service hours. Our new hours are 10am - 5pm Monday through Friday, and Saturdays by appointment.

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