Hear faculty from multiple disciplines describe their problem-centered or otherwise innovative writing assignment designs, followed by interactive table discussions on how to prepare students for success on demanding or complex assignments.
Archive of Past Library Events
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You’ve collected your data for your Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project – now what?
You're working on a great business plan for your business startup, to take to a bank or other lender.
Join the Instructional Technology Lab to enhance your online lectures with rich media!
Come join the Humanitarian Mapping Society this Wednesday as we host a joint mapathon with No Lost Generation GWU. We will be mapping to support Doctors Without Borders working in Northern Nigeria to improve children and adolescent health and safety.
Due to inclement weather, these Software Carpentry sessions will be rescheduled for new dates.
GW New Venture Competition teams who are looking to get help with their round 2 application should attend this workshop!
Join us for a cross-disciplinary conversation with author Jill Rose. She will discuss her book Nursing Churchill with panelists Dr. Pamela Jeffries, Dean, School of Nursing; Peggy Norton-Rosko, Chief Nursing Officer, GW Hospital; and Dr. Carol Lang, Assistant Professor and Director of Community and Global Initiatives, School of Nursing. This discussion will be moderated by Gail Rosseau, M.D. of the Department of Neurological Surgery.
In conjunction with the Møller Institute and The James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership Council, join us for a discussion with Martha Kumar, director of the White House Transition Project.
Join the Instructional Technology Lab to learn about Grade Center in Blackboard! Participants will have the opportunity to learn about and practice adding columns and categories, entering grades, and monitoring student progress.
Photoshop is the world's most popular photo editing, image creation, and graphic design software. It's everywhere; from the entertainment industry to social media.
In conjunction with the GW Department of History, join us for a lecture by Professor Andrew Thompson, University of Exeter.
This hands-on workshop will include a brief overview of the business model canvas, the current state-of-the-art form specifying the nine key elements of a startup venture.
In this workshop participants will be able to see how geographic data layers integrate together to lead to informed conclusions.
This workshop will introduce you to web scraping as one way of collecting data from web sites. We'll discuss when web scraping might be a good approach, and when it wouldn't be.