As decisions about the start of the fall semester continue to unfold, the Library’s overarching goals remain unchanged: to provide the most essential services and content possible in support of Georgetown's teaching, learning, and research agenda. We are committed to designing and delivering high quality services and resources in a manner that remains aligned with the evolving health and safety regulations and guidelines established by the government and the University.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we deal with the challenges and opportunities of these unprecedented times. The Library is here to support you and the needs of Georgetown's academic community throughout this crisis and beyond.
Sheltering in place might be limiting our mobility, but to paraphrase author Jhumpa Lahiri, books let you travel when you can’t move your feet. This month's Recommended Reading Virtual Display features books on travel in its many forms.
The Library has plenty of workshops left this summer for all Georgetown students, faculty, and staff. Learn to write the literature review that will give your thesis a solid base, develop digital mapping skills, or master carpentry techniques for your next home project.
Check out these databases and collections, which have all been added to our offerings in the past few months. Like all of our databases, they are accessible to all Georgetown faculty, staff, and students.
The Library’s new Anti-Racism Toolkit is a compilation of books, courses, articles, and other resources that can serve as a launch point for further study and information for discussions about race and inclusion in our society. Georgetown University librarians created the toolkit in the wake of the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far too many others.