What you will find here: National and international news from thousands of different sources, back to the 1970s. Nexis Uni also includes business and legal information, and is particularly helpful if you are looking for company information (look for the 'company dossier' section).
What you will find here: A wide-range of largely scholarly resources in different fields. Google Scholar is an excellent supplement to other, more targeted databases and search tools, to help ensure your search is comprehensive.
Check for print books and ebooks on your topic at Georgetown by searching in Any field, Author, Title, or Subject search fields. To find books by topic - type in a keyword or phrase (remember to use "is (Exact)" under Advanced Search). To see more on your topic use the Library of Congress Subject Headings link in the book's description.
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.
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"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."