Workshops & Academic Events
Libraries and Academic Innovation Workshops
Libraries and Academic Innovation offers a host of free workshops and events to any GWorld card holder on topics including workplace skills, data gathering and analysis, geographic information systems, programming, and design.
Pitching your business idea can be tough. Creating the "perfect" pitch deck can be even more tough. Don't fret! Our experts at the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship and the Gelman Library will be helping you on how to craft a sound presentation and pitch deck for you to impress your colleagues and peers.
Join the GW Department of English as Jabari Asim reads a selection from his book, We Can't Breathe: On Black Lives, White Lies, and the Art of Survival.
Learn Python and foundations of programming in this five-day, non-credit, interactive, mini-course over Spring Break. This opportunity is for beginners and does not require any programming experience.
GW Box is the university's enterprise file sharing service for online cloud storage and collaboration.
Like other spreadsheet software, Google Sheets provides powerful tools for aggregating, analyzing, and visualizing data.
Originating in 2004, and last revised in 2017, the Records Management policy is one that applies to all schools and divisions that maintain GW records. An effective Records Management policy allows us to meet operational needs and legal requirements for record retention and privacy protection, optimize office space, minimize the cost of record retention, and properly dispose of outdated records.