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Himmelfarb Headlines - May / June 2020

What's NewWhat's New at Himmelfarb Library

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Himmelfarb Library may be closed, but we are operating in remote status and ready to assist you with your research needs. Chat with a reference librarian using the Ask a Librarian feature on our website, or email for assistance.

Reference Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 8:00pm
Friday: 8:30- 5:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Interlibrary Loan services are still functional during this time; however we are unable to provide book/loan requests. Use Documents2Go to request an article, monograph or a book chapter. Further information can be found at:
Additionally, you can email our Interlibrary Loan specialist at

AMA 11th Edition - now available
Have you heard? AMA has released its 11th edition of its book: the AMA Manual of Style. Not only can you access this remotely, the book will also serve as an excellent resource for anyone in need of guidelines when it comes to both writing and publishing your research. 

Himmelfarb’s new search tool
Health Information @ Himmelfarb has introduced a new search option that makes it easier for you to find online books, articles and other materials. The Online Access option is currently set as the default search option while the library building is closed, but the full range of search options is still available. We hope this change makes it easier for you to get the information you need, faster.
Once you've identified a resource you want, use the “Available Online” links to connect and either log  in with your GW NetID and password when prompted or connect to the GW VPN to gain access automatically.

Himmelfarb COVID-19 Libguide
Our new COVID-19 Research Guide is a one stop for the latest health care and public health; focused news, research, literature resources, and clinical guidelines on COVID-19. It also includes the latest University news and resources for the GW health care community. From health care, supplies and equipment, to epidemiology and public health and emergency response, our growing LibGuide is updated regularly to keep you informed on current events in regards to the Pandemic.

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