Making a research appointment is now easier than ever with our new scheduling system. You choose the librarian and you choose the time—whether today or in 2 weeks. Schedule your appointment in real time—no more emails or waiting for confirmation. This system also makes is easy to cancel or rescehdule an appointment you've made. Make an appointment today at go.gwu.edu/ResearchHelp.
How to schedule an appointment:
1) Set up an account (1st time only) and log in.
2) Choose a librarian. If you don't know who you should see, most librarians can help you get started in any topic. More information about each librarian and their expertise is available in the appointment pop-up and on the Reference Directory.
3) Look beside the librarian's name. You'll notice some names are followed by a specialty or a location other than Gelman Library. Make sure you choose wisely.
4) Choose a time by clicking once on a white block of time. Appointments must be scheduled in 60 minute blocks.
If you need an appointment on Saturday or Sunday, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Would your data make more sense shown on a map? Do you need to statistically analyze data over space?
ArcGIS is a geographic information system system (GIS) that allows people to collect, organize, manage, analyze, communicate, and distribute geographic information. Now you can learn and use this powerful software at Gelman Library! ArcGIS is available on all Gelman PCs (not Macs) and GIS specialist Kean McDermott is here to help you use it.
The Special Collections Research Center will be open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays through January 12. Due to continued Winter Break hours at Gelman, we will not offer our Wednesday evening or Saturday morning hours this week.
February 20, 2015 (Participant deadline: January 20, 2015)
Hosted by GW Digital Humanities Institute & GW Libraries
Are you launching a Digital Humanities (DH) project and figuring out the next steps? Do you want to meet other people in GW who are interested in how the arts and humanities interact with digital media?
We invite members of the GW community to join a DH Showcase at Gelman Library. Each person (or team) will present a DH project or endeavor (in any stage of its production). This event will provide a venue to introduce your project to other people and receive feedback or advice while also making connections with people across GW community who might share similar interests. We hope that new conversations will open up about methods, tools, challenges, questions, and possibilities arising across projects.
Our definition of DH is broad and can entail anything from a database or tool to a blog or creative work, and we welcome presentations integrating online media or digital cultures into teaching in (or beyond) the space of the classroom.
If you are interested in taking part in this event, please contact Prof. Jonathan Hsy (Co-Director of the Digital Humanities Institute) at jhsy at gwu dot edu with your name, email, affiliation/title, and title of project(s) by January 20, 2015.