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See Updates and FAQs for the latest library services updates. Subject Librarians are available for online appointments, and Virtual Reference has extended hours.

PUBP 765: Human Smuggling and Trafficking

This guide provides online resources and supplemental material for the PUBP 765 course.

Schedule an appointment with the Policy & Government Librarian

 

Kimberly MacVaugh, the Policy & Government Librarian, offers free one-on-one consultations on two campuses and online! 

Note: Until further notice only virtual appointments are being accepted. 

Schedule a virtual meeting with Kim via Zoom (login information will be sent).

Schedule a meeting with Kim at Arlington Campus Library

Schedule a meeting with Kim at Fenwick Library (Fairfax)

You can also email her with reference questions and for other options for appointments.

 

Librarian Office Hour: Wednesdays at 12 noon
New for this semester, you are invited to drop by Librarian Kim MacVaugh's virtual office for “lunch with your librarian”—if you just want to say hi, learn more about what the libraries can offer, or have a specific question about an assignment or project, please stop in here. Kim will be there September 2 through December 9 except Thanksgiving week. 

Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC)

Located in 2700 Fenwick Library, the Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC)supports research in the areas of: 

creating, finding, and using datageographic information systems (GIS); research data management, curation, and archiving; digital scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences; and digital project planning and management.

Questions?
For more information, check out dsc.gmu.edu

or contact us at 

datahelp@gmu.edu

Mason Online Students & Faculty

Services for Mason Online Students & Faculty

Home Delivery

As a student enrolled in a designated online or hybrid course, or a faculty member teaching a designated course, you may have books delivered directly to your home. ​With each delivery, Mason Libraries will provide a prepaid UPS label for you to use when returning the books.

Additional Services

These resources and services, available to all Mason students & faculty, are particularly useful for those enrolled in or teaching online classes:

Tip: When using MasonSearch on the Mason Libraries homepage from off-campus, be sure to sign in to search the full range of available content.