The program, called “Top Textbooks,” will make one to two copies of required textbooks available to loan to students taking “high-enrollment courses” that traditionally require expensive textbooks.
The collection includes 33 video interviews about former Mayor Marion Barry’s first mayoral campaign in 1978 with members of his campaign team and members of the press who covered the race.
The library cancelled some of its journal subscriptions this academic year, drawing backlash from some professors.
Officials plan to move the Academic Technologies office to Gelman Library this fall to bring together library staff from across campus.
GW needs to put a greater emphasis on learning, not grades, and written feedback on tests would be a step in the right direction.
Two people were arrested Tuesday morning after one woman stole cigarettes from a man, who hit her on the back of the head to get them back.
There will be an open house for a faculty lounge coming to Gelman Library alongside the Instructional Technology Lab.
After the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8, GW Libraries collected more than 3.6 million tweets from election night.
Three people were transported to local hospitals after the Falafel Bus food truck went up in flames on H Street Wednesday afternoon.
University officials constantly say they want to make GW more affordable for students. A textbook loan system would be a step in the right direction.