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Don Undeen, Maker Hub Manager with students
Maker Hub Manager Teaches New Course

Don Undeen, Maker Hub Manager at Georgetown University Library is launching a new course for the fall 2018 semester, CCTP 702 - Creative Web Development.

Woman on a laptop
Changes to Fall Course Reserves

This fall, the Library is launching a new and improved process for posting electronic course reserves!


Tiny Book from Woodstock Theological Library
Get an Insider Look with Library Blogs

Want to be a real Library insider? Check out the Library’s blogs from the Booth Family Center for Special Collections and the Woodstock Theological Library!

Students in the Dubin Room
Include Library Instruction in your Fall Courses

Faculty, contact your subject librarian to incorporate Library Research Instruction into your course this fall!

Do Not Say We Have Nothing, Madeleine Thien
Do Not Say We Have Nothing

Visit the Kerbs Exhibit Area on Lau 3 through September to see a selection of items from the Library collection inspired by this year's Marino Workshop title Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien.

Jieun Kang and Jayme Kurland
Library Welcomes New Staff

The Library staff welcome two new colleagues to Lauinger Library, Jieun Kang, History Liaison and Reference Librarian and Jayme Kurland, Robbin Collection Music Cataloger.

Showcase winners with ribbons
Announcing the Winners of the Spring 2018 Showcase Selections

Join us in celebrating the following award-winning projects created with Gelardin + Maker Hub resources last semester!

Harriette Hemmasi
Meet the New Dean of the Library

Harriette Hemmasi, who has held library leadership positions at three universities – including as the Joukowsky Family University Librarian at Brown, will become Georgetown’s new dean of the library on August 1.

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Special Collections Gallery, Charles Marvin Fairchild Memorial Gallery