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Beyond the Writing Handbook: Exploring All Library Resources for Writing Support: Library Services
This guide is a companion to a facultyThe LRC highlights resources to help support writing flag courses in the GC curriculum.
When the Library does not have an item you're looking for you may be able to acquire it through Inter-library Loan. This service allows the library to borrow a book or get articles from another library and let any member of the Georgetown Academic Community use it.
Archives & Special Collections
The Georgetown College Archives and Special Collections are located in the Research Room of the Ensor Learning Resource Center.
The Archives contain those materials determined significant to the history of Georgetown College. The space also houses the Library’s Special Collections, including the Frank G. Rankin Civil War Collection.
The Archives are open Tuesday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm. The Archives is only accessible while the College’s Archives Coordinator or other Library staff member is present. You may also schedule an appointment by contacting Sandy Baird at 863-8410.
The purpose of Georgetown College Library’s Instruction Program is to help students, faculty, staff, and community patrons become information literate by helping them develop the ability to locate, access, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically. Librarians and research specialists are here to help introduce and teach these skills while orienting patrons to available library-subscription resources and services.
The library has many rooms available for meetings. You may reserve rooms using the online Event Manager system located in the GC portal.