The George Washington University
In today's hyper-partisan political environment, it can be difficult to remember a time when Democrats and Republicans worked togethe
Wall Street Journal Reporter Uses Special Collections to Uncover the Dark History of Lobotomies at the VA
Library will close at midnight on Thursday, 12/19
Fri 12/20 7am-7pm
Sat 12/21 Closed
Sun 12/22 Closed
Mon 12/23 7am-7pm
Tue 12/24 Closed
Wed 12/25 Closed
Th 12/26 7am-7pm
Fri 12/27 7am-7pm
Sat 12/28 Closed
Sun 12/29 Closed
Mon 12/30 7am-7pm
Tue 12/31 Closed
Wed 1/1 Closed
Thu 1/2 7am-7pm
Fri 1/3 7am-7pm
Sat 1/4 Closed
Sun 1/5 Closed
Mon - Friday 1/6- 1/10 7am-7pm
Sat - Sun 1/11 - 1/12 12 noon - 6 pm
Mon 1/13 Begin Spring 2014 Hours
Join the GW Libraries and Program Board on Tuesday, December 10th for Cafe Gelman! 7-11 pm, Gelman Library room 219. Enjoy some food and drink to keep you motivated for your all-night study session!
Join us Wednesday, Dec 4th in Gelman Library's IBT room 702 from 11am-noon to hear Roger Schonfeld present the Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey. Mr. Schonfeld is Program Director for Libraries, Users, and Scholarly Practices at Ithaka S+R. He leads their internationally recognized surveys of faculty members, librarians, and students, while also managing research and consulting projects in library collections and preservation; research support services; discovery patterns; and special collections strategy.
Schonfeld has served on the NSF Blue Ribbon Task Force for Sustainable Digital Preservation and Access and NISO’s Open Discovery Initiative. He was a research associate at The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, where he worked on projects related to college athletics and scholarly communication. Roger has a degree in English Literature from Yale University.
Metro stop: Foggy Bottom (Blue/Orange lines)
The Special Collections Research Center will be closing Wednesday, November 27 at 6 pm for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen on Monday, December 2 at 10 am. There will be no 6-8 pm hours on Wednesday and no Saturday appointments for the week. Have a safe and delicious holiday!
Did you know that Special Collections has books that are more than 500 years