Hands-on training sessions on using specialized resources such as:
Sessions are offered throughout the academic year. See Presentations for more information and to suggest a session.
Faculty Librarians will meet with you to discuss specific research issues.
Refer to this page to find out which librarian will best suit your research needs: Library Liaisons
From the Gumberg Library
Suggest a Purchase
Your chance to recommend items for the collection.
Are you a TA and need to borrow for faculty?
Download and complete the
Faculty Proxy Form.
Access these resources to find full-text journal articles, abstracts and citations. Note: You will need your multi-pass username and password to access off-campus
QuickSearch - Library's Search Tool
Use QuickSearch to search for materials in any format or discipline through a single search box. Find books, ebooks, articles, musical scores, CDs, DVDs and more.
Search for scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions. Customize Google scholar to access Gumberg Library Resources.
Search for e-reserve material by Course, Department, or Instructor. Please Note: Electronic Reserves are password protected. Password must be received from course instructor.
Keep track of your citations more easily with Citation Management Tools such as EndNote, Zotero, or Mendeley. Export references directly from research databases. Format a bibliography in APA, MLA or other citation styles. User guides and instructional videos are available here.
Find information for submitting Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) at Duquesne University, including formatting guidelines, required forms, filing deadlines, and FAQ.
If you are a graduate student seeking information on Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), please visit this guide or contact the library's Digital Scholarship Librarian, Gesina Phillips.
For Graduate Students only! Located on the 2nd floor, this room is available for individual and group use. Check out a key at the Circulation Desk.
See also Where to Study.
While the 4th/main floor of the library is more conducive for group work, all areas of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors of the library have been designated for quiet study. Additionally, keys to study carrels are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
Check-out a laptop at the 4th Floor Circulation Desk. Loaner laptops are for library use only. Or, connect to DuqNet to use your own laptop in the library.
If you are enrolled in an online program or are completing your education as a distance learner, you can use GoToMeeting to connect virtually with Gumberg librarians.
Visit this page for information on how to download and use GoToMeeting:
This guide was created by Allison Brungard.
This guide was modified by Kiera Mudry, MLIS.