The library is there to support you in all stages of your research, including research strategy, finding materials and sources, analyzing data, citation management, and more.
Library Services include:
Consultation Services: schedule a virtual or in-person meeting with a specialist
Research Guides: browse curated lists of databases and web resources organized by topic
Citation Management: resources for managing your research and formatting citations
Copyright: learn more about copyright or request a copyright consultation
Data Services: explore resources and services to help you find, manage, and analyze data
Workshops: attend a workshop to learn new academic, research, technical, and multimedia skills
Potential workshops of interest: Basics of GIS, Grant Writing, Introduction to Geospatial Concepts
Research Process Overview: get an introduction to the scholarly research process
Preparing for Publishing: resources for preparing your work for publishing and preserving and assessing its impact
CREATE Digital Studio: learn how to make videos, podcasts, and other engaging multimedia and digital storytelling projects
Reservable A/V Production Suite, 3-D and Large-Format Printing, Multimedia Editing Computers, Check out professional-quality video cameras, microphones, tripods, light sets, Go Pros, a green screen, teleprompter, and more
GW WRITING CENTER
The GW Writing Center offers free, peer-based support to students and faculty from across the university. Clients participate in one-on-one sessions with student consultants on their projects at all stages of the writing process.
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Disability Support Services (DSS) at GW recognizes disability in the context of diversity. We work collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff across the campus to foster a climate of universal academic excellence while promoting disability culture and GW’s broader diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Step 1: Register
Step 2: Document your Disability
RESOURCES FOR NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The Columbian College’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program at the George Washington University prepares undergraduate and graduate students to meet academic expectations for communication at the university level. Their courses and specialized resources help hundreds of international students each year from across GW to improve their writing, research and communication skills.