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Library Training Supports Students Working to Free the Wrongfully Convicted

Video-editing instruction from the Library helps students in one of Georgetown’s most remarkable classes work to correct mistakes in the justice system and free people who are serving sentences for crimes they didn’t commit.

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Recommended Reads for October: Animal Stories

Animals are the stars of this month’s Recommended Reading virtual display selections.

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Staff Spotlight: Meet Meg Meiman

Our Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources and Services loves the outdoors, tap dancing, and a hearty, homemade mac 'n' cheese.

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Celebrate Open Access to Research and Course Materials

Responding to society's most difficult and urgent problems requires the free flow of information—and Open Access publishing is an approach that removes barriers to access and allows broader dissemination of research.

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Library Policy Overview

The pandemic has forced the Library to implement policies to promote social distancing and minimize the potential for viral spread. We’d like to give you a quick overview of some of our policies so that we can all work together to keep Lau a safe, warm, and inviting place to study.

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Woodstock Theological Library Transition To Improve Research and Conservation

Woodstock Theological Library, one of the oldest and most notable theological libraries in the United States, will be integrated with Lauinger Library, which will make it easier for scholars and researchers to find the books they need and improve the preservation of Woodstock’s many rare and irreplaceable items.

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Marino Workshop Scheduled for January

Georgetown University Library has named Exit West by British Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid as the title for this year's Marino Family International Writer’s Workshop. Hamid will speak to students in a virtual event scheduled for early January 2021.

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