Now featured on the 7th floor hallway adjacent to Special Collections: a new exhibit called Building Strong Minds: NEA's American Education Week.
There is a new exhibit on the 7th floor of Gelman Library in the hallway outside of Room 702. The exhibit is titled Building Strong Minds: The NEA's American Education Week.
The Special Collections Research Center of The George Washington University Libraries is pleased to invite applications to the bi
Did you know that GW developed courses focused on firearms, camouflage and ship hull engineering to better educate the changing student body during WWI?
Or that the Columbian Women’s Association made a contribution to purchase a gram of radium for scientist Marie Curie?
Its amazing what you can find in the University Archives!
The inaugural cohort of University Archives Diversity Research Fellows—students Eden Orelove, Isabel Garcia, Tasha Dorsey and Dominic Amaral—spent an academic year combing through the University Archives to dig up these unsung stories, examining the lives of the nonacademic staff, women, international students and veterans who have contributed to GW’s history.
The fellows were selected by a committee of faculty and staff from the Special Collections Research Center at the beginning of the academic year and awarded a stipend. Funding for the program was supplied through an Innovations in Diversity and Inclusion grant from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Mason Libraries’ website, library.gmu.edu has been revamped and revised! You may note some content has moved or has changed. Broken links? Other issues? Please alert the Libraries’ Web Team by sending a comment.
On Sunday, June 1, from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm, all Mason online services including systems, applications, websites, and services will be unavailable. Network engineers will be making critical changes to the firewall system during this extended maintenance period. No network-based system will be reachable from a device on the campus network. Off-campus access to Mason Libraries’ restricted content (e.g., databases, e-journals, e-books) will also be blocked until the Libraries’ proxy server returns to the network.
Faculty authors and researchers are encountering new publishing paradigms about research data.
Much of this interest in data by publishers is in response to:
Office of Science & Technology Policy on Open Data;
and grant funding agencies directives and policies:
Keep up with these issues about publishing and research data at Data Matters and Scientific Data updates blog – from Scientific Data, a peer-reviewed publication for descriptions of scientifically valuable datasets.
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