Are you interested in filming and editing video projects? The GW Libraries have what you need to get started. Digital video cameras, tripods, digital voice recorders, and headphones are all available for use by current GW students, faculty and staff. Learn more about equipment for loan at: library.gwu.edu/the-lab
When it’s time to edit, we’ve got Final Cut Pro on all Macs in the entrance floor multimedia lab and iMovie on all Macs in the building.
Need help getting started? Memberships to the leading online learning company, Lynda.com are available to all GW affiliates. Access Lynda.com through Lynda.it.gwu.edu and sign in with your NetID and password.
Happy New (School) Year! Mason Libraries faculty and staff at Fenwick Library, Gateway Library, Arlington Campus Library, and Mercer Library welcome you to the Libraries and the University. We look forward to working with you on your papers, projects and other research needs…just ask! We’re at your fingertips!
Welcome back, students!! To answer a popular, seasonal FAQ, all available library jobs are posted on HireMason.
Message from Provost Steven Lerman
The Estelle and Melvin Gelman Library will remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We continuously try to balance the need to make sure that there is high quality study space available and operational efficiency.
The new Fenwick Gallery exhibition, Picturing Performance: a sampling of music, dance and theater imagery, highlights selected rarities and antiquarian prints held in George Mason University Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives.
Examples include musical iconography and similar graphic materials which illustrate aspects of music, dance, and theater history or exemplify technical developments in the performing arts. The twelve selected items on exhibit reflect these genres, and includes engravings, lithographs, photographs, and drawings. The exhibit curators are Steven K. Gerber, MA, MLS, Music & Theater Librarian, and Rhianna Cockrell, George Mason Student/Library Intern. The exhibition is on display through September 18.
For more information about Fenwick Gallery, please contact Jenna Rinalducci, Art & Art History Librarian, jrinaldu at gmu.edu