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Those working in Lauinger and Blommer Libraries are supported by the LIT. They help you with connecting your laptop and other devices to the WiFi; allow you to print on the library's printers; and facilitate off-campus access to the databases.
They are the homes of Digital Scholarship where faculty and others can learn about using digital technology in their research and Digital Georgetown the University’s institutional repository and digital collections.
"The Maker Hub, is Georgetown's only makerspace open to all students, staff, and faculty. We promote innovation and hands-on learning through workshops, curricular engagement, and one-on-one project mentorship. Most of our tools are free to use, and our community of staff and volunteers are available during open hours to teach you how to use the equipment and turn hour ideas into reality.."
"The Idea Lab is designed to facilitate communication and ideation. It's equipped with whiteboard tables and other supplies to help groups come together to discuss problems and sketch potential solutions."
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Carrels are designed to facilitate research and provide a quiet atmosphere for study. Only Main Campus teaching faculty may obtain a Lauinger Library faculty carrel space. Library carrel privileges are nontransferable. Teaching and research assistants, visiting researchers, students, colleagues, friends or family members should not use your carrel. Due to high demand and space limitations, faculty carrels may be shared by up to three faculty members. A refundable $40.00 key deposit is also required.
On the top floor of the Library, overlooking the Potomac River, this is a great space to host events for groups under 50. The Murray Room is available to university faculty and staff for academic meetings and university-sponsored events. It is not available for use as a classroom or for non-university-related activities. All requests, scheduling, and arrangements are handled by the Program and Events Coordinator in Library Administration. All users must complete and sign the Authorization Request for Use of Murray Room. o determine availability of the Murray Room, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator at (202) 687-7425.