All Main Campus Library facilities are open and operating at full capacity to Georgetown faculty, students, and staff. The Library will be closed to external community members and guests through December 2021, with limited exceptions. Find the most current information available on the Library's COVID-19 FAQ.
Enhance your research and teaching with digital scholarship techniques like text mining, digital mapping, and data visualization. The Library gives you access to the productivity, creative, and subject-specific software you’ll need, and the expertise to help you use it all effectively.
As a creator and user of copyrighted material in both teaching and scholarship, you may have questions about your rights and responsibilities under copyright law. The Library can help guide you through the maze of rights and responsibilities connected to fair use, permissions, retaining rights to your work, and more.
Sharing your findings is a critical, but sometimes intimidating or onerous, part of the research process. The Library’s scholarly communication services can help you make informed decisions about how and where to publish your work—and how to share it through other forms of media—to ensure it has the greatest possible impact and reach.
The Library has books, but it’s also got coffee, exhibitions, and work carrels reserved for faculty only. Prepare for our eventual reopening and get your bearings with a review of the spaces within the library.