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The Gelman, Eckles, and VSTC Library buildings are closed, but remote library services and resources and virtual tutoring services remain available. Assistance is available.

Instructor support for Blackboard, academic technology tools and teaching questions is available on the teaching resources for the COVID-19 virtual learning period page.  

Vision Magazine 2016

Cover: GW Libraries Vision Magazine 2016

Exploring the Future of Scholarship

Most people know that librarians and library staff can help researchers find the right books and articles, and that academic libraries are indispensable for researchers’ access to the best and most current resources. But in the modern academic library, students and faculty collaborate with library professionals to create new software, build databases, perform statistical analyses, create 3-D models, manage and visualize their research data, and more. The GW Libraries model the cross-disciplinary collaborations that increasingly define academic research by putting our students in touch with the expertise that will help them aim for the stars—and reach them.



Making History: The Campaign for GWUp All Night with GW Libraries

You can find students in their favorite spot—perhaps a carrel on the 3rd floor, an overstuffed chair on the 6th floor, or maybe at a computer in the learning commons—at all hours of the day and night. The one thing you won’t find is a time when Gelman is empty.


Gelman Learning Commons Named for Longtime GW Administrator$500,000 Grant to Promote Digital Humanities Scholarship

“Resilient Networks to Support Inclusive Digital Humanities (DH),” is a new project to establish a network of institutions to share and build expertise in and support for digital humanities instruction and research.


Gelman Learning Commons Named for Longtime GW AdministratorINFOGRAPHIC: The Impact of Inflation on the GW Libraries' Budget

Scholarly resources are not luxury goods. But they are priced as through they were.


Full List of Articles

Meet Our Newest Partners in GW Libraries and Academic Innovation

Welcome From the Dean of Libraries and Academic Innovation

Career Ready: Students Gain Valuable Experience Working at GW Libraries

Sunlight in the Library

A Different View of Churchill

Telling the Story of GW: An Interview with University Archivist Christie Peterson

A Home Away From Home: Supporting International Students

Specialized Language Collections: Expand Through Philanthropy

Up All Night With GW Libraries

Exploring The Future of Scholarship

3-D Printing Available To All

Finding Relationships with Geographic Informations Systems (GIS)

Showcasing GW Faculty Scholarship

Interview with Lorena Barba

Creative Collaboration: A Librarian Faculty Partnership

Infographic: The Impact of Inflation on the GW Libraries' Budget

A Gift for D.C. Music Lovers

Students Create Exhibit to Remember the Holocaust

$500,000 Grant to Promote Digital Humanities Scholarship

Archive of Older Issues

Vision Magazine 2016

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