The Georgetown University Library invites faculty and students to learn more about how our rich collections, technology, and research expertise can enhance your teaching, learning, and scholarship.
The Library Showcase provides highlights of projects that students have created using materials and services from the Library, including podcasts created by students in Professor Adam Rothman's AMST-272 class. Visit our SMR: Student Projects page for more examples of student projects relating to different aspects of Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation.
Schedule Instruction or a Consultation
Librarians in these departments are happy to work with you and your students on research, multimedia, and digital scholarship projects.
Primary Source Materials in Special Collections
The Booth Family Center for Special Collections houses the University Archives, the Maryland Province Archives, and related manuscript and other materials.
- Request a Special Collections instruction session
- Request a Special Collections consultation
- Booth staff
- Research Guide: Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation at Lauinger Library
Print and Online Library Collections
Our Research Services department curates the Library's extensive print and online collections and will connect you with experienced staff across the Library.
- Request an instruction session
- Request a consultation
- Librarians by subject
- Research and course guides
Digital Scholarship and Multimedia
Our Digital Scholarship Librarian assists faculty and students in the use of digital scholarship tools and techniques, including text mining and data visualization.
- Request a Digital Scholarship instruction session
- Request a Digital Scholarship consultation
- Digital Scholarship website
The Gelardin New Media Center offers spaces and support for the use of innovative multimedia and emerging technologies for teaching, learning, and scholarship.