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Vote for Your Favorite Library Showcase Project

Portrait of Edward Martinez and his family from the Walk Tall video

Every semester, the Library Showcase highlights outstanding projects created using Library collections, software, equipment, tools, or expertise. We’ve collected submissions for Spring 2020, which means it’s time for the Showcase Showdown, where you can help honor these projects by voting for your favorite.  Works submitted in Spring 2020 include several documentary videos produced by students in Professor Marc Howard's Making an Exoneree Prison Reform Project course, a laser-cut design based on a 19th-century Cuban comb from the Smithsonian archives, and a podcast that looks at profit-minded solutions to conservation problems.

Cast your vote for your favorite Showcase project by August 1 and share a link to the Showcase Showdown with your friends to support creativity, research, and entrepreneurship at Georgetown.