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- “Women’s Rights are Human Rights: The United States and the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women” includes more than 100 photos, documents, conference materials, media coverage, and other items that illustrate the United States’ preparation for and participation in the conference, and the conference’s legacy.
- Georgetown faculty, staff, and students can now publish open access articles in Cambridge University Press journals at no cost.
- The Spring semester will be here before you know it, and the Library can help you prepare readings and assignments for your courses.
- Show off the projects you've made using Library resources.
- As you plan your spring courses, remember that our research librarians can work with you to help scaffold learning in your course and foster student inquiry through library research instruction.
- The redesigned site includes a cleaner, more streamlined look and an improved mobile version. This guide will show you how to easily find some of the most-used Library services.
- The changing environment caused by the pandemic and the resulting changes to Georgetown’s public health guidelines will affect Library operations during the first part of the semester.
- Read fantastic books, meet other literature lovers, and get free and discounted goodies from the Midnight Mug in our new book club.
- The Library's new Systems Librarian is also a passionate fanfiction writer.
- Papers from influential families, corporations, and cultural institutions—as well as political cartoons and photographs—help to illustrate a transformative age.
- Learn skills that will make your research easier, help you create eye-catching publications and infographics, let you plan and execute outstanding videos, and even give you an edge in your job search in one of the Library’s spring workshops.
- The Booth Family Center for Special Collections will host a launch event for the new book Facing Georgetown’s History: A Reader on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation on February 10.
- The Library's Gelardin New Media Center and digital scholarship services have merged into a new Digital Scholarship Services Unit.