The LibQUAL+® survey is now live, and will be open through November 21. Check your e-mail to see if you were chosen to help the University Libraries measure our service quality and identify best practices. Please see our story, Will You Be Chosen?, for additional information, and please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We appreciate the participation of the Mason community and value your feedback – thank you!
Many library workshops are also being offered in real time via WebEx and you can participate fully in these sessions from your home, office, or anywhere you have a computer and internet access. Online or in-person, library workshops are free for GW students, faculty, and staff. Below is a list of upcoming workshops set up for remote attendance:
Tuesday, November 1
Find and Use Open Access Images in Your Thesis or Dissertation
Friday, November 4
Basics of Graduate Research
Tuesday, November 8
Building a WordPress Portfolio
Thursday, November 10
Exploring Beyond Gelman: Advanced Research Skills
Citation Chasing and Cited Reference Searching
Keeping Up With New Research
Friday, November 11
Take Charge of Your Stuff: Citation Management with RefWorks, Zotero & Mendeley
Monday, November 14
Tuesday, November 15
How Do I Cite This?: Understanding MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles
Friday, December 9
Crossing the Finish Line: Uploading Your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD)
The National Churchill Library and Center (NCLC), located on Gelman's 1st floor, officially opened on October 29! This space is now open for study whenever Gelman is open.
The new space features 20+ new tables and 50+ new chairs. Most of the tables in the main room have electrical outlets built in. Restrooms are located inside the NCLC.
Stop by the NCLC anytime to view an interactive digital exhibit on Winston Churchill or to browse a selection of books by and about him.