- Libraries & Spaces
REMINDER: Never leave your laptop, devices or personal items unattended. Finals is the busiest time of year for thefts.
With the end of the shutdown of the Federal Government today, October 17, 2013, most electronic resources managed by Federal agencies will again be updated or will have public access restored. At the time of this writing, a cursory search indicates that many government websites, including those managed by the Library of Congress, the Bureau of the Census, and the National Institutes of Health, have been restored for full public access.
Keep in mind that some agencies may take longer to restore access to all of their electronic assets.
If you have any questions, or experience any problems with government resources linked from Georgetown's library systems, please contact E-Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.