Library Events & Workshops
Georgetown Writes: Alumni in Politics
6:00pm-08:00pm, October 6, 2016
Pierce Reading Room, Lauinger Library
On Thursday, October 6, join the Georgetown University Library Associates for the third Georgetown Writes program, featuring alumni discussing their experiences and careers in politics.
Text Recycling or “Self-Plagiarism” in Scientific Discourse
2:30 pm, October 11, 2016
Join Dr. Cary Moskovitz of Duke University on October 11 to learn about the implications of "Self-Plagiarism" in the sciences.
Online Piracy: Why Sci-Hub Is Disrupting Scholarly Publishing
10:00am - 12:00pm, October 26, 2016
Murray Room, Lauinger Library, Fifth Floor
The Georgetown University Scholarly Communications Committee presents the fall Scholarly Communication Symposium, Online Piracy: Why Sci-Hub Is Disrupting Scholarly Publishing.
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