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  • Welcome | GW Libraries
    at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Donors Welcome How to Contribute Churchill Center Support our Collections GW Libraries Giving Society Naming Opportunities Endowments Libraries Wish List Welcome Thank you for your interest in the George Washington University Libraries As part of the larger George Washington University we are responsive to the changing landscape of information and sensitive both to traditional and emergent modes of communications We bring together diverse constituents of students faculty and staff in a highly collaborative dynamic and deeply engaged community To support our students in these ever changing and exciting times we rely on your philanthropic investment and welcome your partnership in ensuring that the GW Libraries remain a catalyst for new ideas and new possibilities both on campus and around the world The GW Libraries are the nexus for cross disciplinary collaboration on campus and our librarians are critical in helping our patrons navigate the constantly increasing volume of information available From locating information in print to identifying patterns in text and structured data sets that are much too large for a human to sift through manually to demonstrating scholarly uses of emerging technology librarians are indispensable partners in the research teaching and learning process We remain focused on building the best collections possible and providing the resources and services our users need to produce new knowledge The research libraries of the 21st century will establish their identities by their specialized collections and strong services These rich collections form the core of research teaching and learning and support the academic endeavors of our community of students and scholars Today unique scholarly assets include not only manuscripts and print works but born digital collections such as videos

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  • The Basics: Mapping your Research | GW Libraries
    Psychology More Topics Industry Grants More Tools RefWorks Citation Styles More How Do I Tutorials Get Help Ask A Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours The Basics Mapping your Research What is a Literature Review and what information do I need to begin one Learn tips on how to begin your search discover keywords and narrow topics Save time and frsutration by discovering how to find the right databases and resources for your topic using GW Libraries tools Lit Review How To is a series of workshops for graduate students working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation These 30 minute workshops will teach tips to save you time and sanity Please bring your own computer Attendees are invited to stick around for sessions on Mapping Your Research Citation Management Citation Chasing and Staying Current in One s Field happening from 9am noon This workshop is also offered on Monday January 18 Martin Luther King Jr Day If you can t make it to all of the sessions or need more information be sure to check out the research guide What Graduate

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  • Searching Beyond Gelman | GW Libraries
    Subjects Art Psychology More Topics Industry Grants More Tools RefWorks Citation Styles More How Do I Tutorials Get Help Ask A Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours Searching Beyond Gelman How do you know what research is out there How can you know what you don t know Be sure with a comprehensive search of all published book literature using Worldcat This workshop is best for disciplines that write books especially the humanities and social sciences Lit Review How To is a series of workshops for graduate students working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation These 30 minute workshops will teach tips to save you time and sanity Please bring your own computer Attendees are invited to stick around for sessions on Mapping Your Research Citation Management Citation Chasing and Staying Current in One s Field happening from 9am noon This workshop is also offered on Monday January 18 Martin Luther King Jr Day If you can t make it to all of the sessions or need more information be sure to check out the research guide What Graduate Students Need

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  • Citation Management | GW Libraries
    Art Psychology More Topics Industry Grants More Tools RefWorks Citation Styles More How Do I Tutorials Get Help Ask A Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours Citation Management Once you ve done all that research how do you keep track of it Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks Zotero and Mendeley Librarians will help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it Lit Review How To is a series of workshops for graduate students working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation These 30 minute workshops will teach tips to save you time and sanity Please bring your own computer Attendees are invited to stick around for sessions on Mapping Your Research Searching Beyond Gelman Citation Chasing and Staying Current in One s Field happening from 9am noon This workshop is also offered on Monday January 18 Martin Luther King Jr Day If you can t make it to all of the sessions or need more information be sure to check out the research guide What Graduate Students

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  • Events at GW Libraries | GW Libraries
    track of it Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks Zotero and Mendeley Librarians will help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 10 00am Location Gelman Library Room 302 Event Format Workshop Event Series Lit Review How To Event Type Public Citation Chasing How do you build on someone else s research How do you find the research they used Learn to chase down those citations like a pro in this short workshop Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 10 45am Location Gelman Library Room 302 Event Format Workshop Event Series Lit Review How To Event Type Public Staying Current in One s Field A successful graduate student participates in the research conversation of her his field If you need help getting started this workshop will help you find out how to stay current You ll learn how to set up journal table of contents alerts search alerts and identify key journals in your field Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 11 15am Location Gelman Library Room 302 Event Format Workshop Event Series Lit Review How To Event Type Public What is Data Research data is data that is collected observed or created for purposes of analysis to produce original research results but what does that really mean for your own work Data librarian Mandy Gooch will define research data data related terms and discuss common data formats You ll explore use agreements and restrictions and identify library and campus services and resources related to data Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 1 00pm Location Gelman Library Room 302 Event Format Workshop Event Series Data Bootcamp Collecting managing and visualizing Event Type Public Data Management Data management refers to activities that support the long term preservation access and use of data In this short workshop Data Librarian Mandy Gooch will discuss best practices for data management and the tools people and resources the GW Libraries provide to help you Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 1 30pm Location Gelman Library Room 302 Event Format Workshop Event Series Data Bootcamp Collecting managing and visualizing Event Type Public Geographic Information Systems Data Basics Learn how you can integrate geographic information systems GIS into your research and discover the resources available at the GW Libraries and beyond This workshop will cover the basics of data discovery and display using ArcGIS software Let it spark your cartographic imagination Date and Time Monday February 15 2016 2 15pm Location Gelman Library Room 300 Event Format Workshop Event Series Data Bootcamp Collecting managing and visualizing Event Type Public Crossing the Finish Line Uploading Your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation ETD The writing is done The citations have been cross checked Your adviser has signed off All that s left is to upload your electronic thesis or dissertation but what does that really mean Don t be caught off guard Led by

    Original URL path: http://library.gwu.edu/news-events/upcoming-events (2016-02-13)
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  • Open Access at GW | GW Libraries
    Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Open Access at GW Open Access at GW Open Access Events GW Faculty Open Access Resolution GW ScholarSpace Addendum to Publication Agreement Frequently Asked Questions Resources on Open Access Contact Us Open Access at GW On February 13 2015 GW s Faculty Senate approved an open access resolution for the university Provost Lerman on behalf of the administration accepted the recommendation contained in Faculty Senate Resolution 15 2 to establish the open access resolution on February 23 2015 By ensuring that published scholarship becomes publicly accessible the open access resolution is designed to further GW s commitment to promoting innovative research that makes a positive impact on society The resolution is not designed to have any impact on authors decisions about where they publish Authors will not need to change where or how they publish in order to participate in this resolution Using the GW Addendum to Publication Agreement during article submission can assist GW authors by negotiating their rights as authors and ensuring they can archive a copy of their article in GW ScholarSpace There are several ways to participate You can deposit a copy of your article in GW ScholarSpace GW s institutional repository If you are affiliated with the School of Medicine and Health

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  • Most Popular Databases | GW Libraries
    ArticlesPlus Catalog Journals Reference Site Research RESEARCH Find Books Media Journals Tutorial Subject Databases Tutorial ArticlesPlus Tutorial Classic Catalog Research Guides Subjects Art Psychology More Topics Industry Grants More Tools RefWorks Citation Styles More How Do I Tutorials Get Help Ask A Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Research Research Help Ask Us Find Articles Plus Find Books and Media Find Databases Find Journal Titles How Do I Research Guides Full Text Finder Most Popular Databases Appropriate Use of Electronic

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  • Printing | GW Libraries
    Librarian Research Consultation Research Staff How Do I Tutorials Collections COLLECTIONS Special Collections Research Center Global Resources Center Art Design Collection from the Corcoran Teamsters Labor History Research Center University Archives Kiev Judaica Collection National Churchill Library Center Media Collection Development Librarians more Library Services LIBRARY SERVICES Computers Wireless Study Room Reservations Borrow Renew Course Reserves Consortium Loan Scholarly Communication Electronic Dissertations Data Services Interlibrary Loan Library Instruction Scholarly Technology Contact Us more News Events NEWS EVENTS News Blogs and Social Media Library Update Vision Magazine Construction in Gelman Academic Technologies Press Room About ABOUT GW LIBRARIES Hours Maps Directions Working at GW Libraries Staff Directory Library Departments Entrance Policies Study Room Reservations Vision Strategic Plan Donor Information Contact Us more Hours show more show less Computing Services 3D Printing Coding Support Equipment reservations Library Computers Photocopiers and Microforms Printing Scanners Visitors non netID users Wireless Printing The library has several Colonial Printing available on the first second entrance and third floor of the building The cost of printing is 07 per printed page for black and white and 0 85 per printed page for color For more detailed information on printing at the library and around campus please visit printing gwu edu To print from a library computer follow these instructions Open your document and from the print menu select the printer called WEPA BW WEPA mono on macs or WEPA Color Click Proceed to send you print job Enter your NetID including gwu edu e g janedoe gwu edu and password at the login prompt At the print kiosk swipe your Gworld card enter your NetID or the release code provided at your computer Select the file you would like to print from the list and your payment method to print your job Current students faculty alumni and

    Original URL path: http://library.gwu.edu/services/computers-wireless/printing (2016-02-13)
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