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News and Events

Privacy Week

Hosted by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, Privacy Week, running November 13-17, is a series of talks, workshops, and panels that explore privacy in the digital age. Open to the GW community and the general public, the events focus on responding to cyber violence, surveillance, and secure and encrypted technologies. Featuring the GW Law International Human Rights Clinic and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Events

Pulling the Plug on Cyber Violence

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Gelman Library, Room 219

Attend a Workshop from Anywhere!

Attend a workshop onlineYour first stop to learn a new skill, improve your research, or manage and visualize your data is the GW Libraries and Academic Innovation workshop series.

Why we Write Software at GW Libraries

I've been asked "why do you write software?" a lot in my career, and particularly in my position here as Director of Scholarly Technology at GW Libraries, where we do write a lot of software. For me, the answer is simple, and it's the same answer I've always given, since I first went to library school: it is the work of a librarian to write software. This has always seemed natural and clear to me, but I understand that it's not obvious to everyone, especially in a broader organizational context.

Gelman's group study rooms are a hot ticket

Reservations fill up quickly for this popular service. Reservations may be placed online by logging on to the library’s Room Reservation System. Students may reserve two hours of study room time per day, placing reservations up to two weeks in advance. 

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