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Resources for Graduate Students

A list of tips and tools for graduate students' research and library needs.

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Computing and Printing

Printing Resources

Students have and annual printing budget of $90, which can cover up to 3,000 pages (black and white). Funding renews annually on July 1st. Print jobs can be wirelessly sent to printers in Gumberg Library as well as in computer labs on campus and the Student Union (2nd floor).

  • See the Student Printing site for more information on how to access Lab Print, the software used for printing wirelessly.
  • For documents requiring color, students can use the color copier located in Gumberg Library for 50 cents per page. Students will need to use a flash drive, which are available to be checked out.

Scan & Deliver

This free service for current Duquesne University students, faculty, and staff to request a digital scan be created for a portion of an item, such as one book chapter or one article, that is otherwise only available in print from Gumberg Library’s general collection.

  • See this page on Scan & Deliver for information on how to request materials!

Software and Applications

Students at Duquesne get access to numerous software and applications for use in their studies. See the CTS website for an A-Z list. (Note - make sure you consult the "available to" column to find software available for students.) Some of the types of software we offer include:

  • Document-editing and viewing software
  • Document sharing platforms
  • Citation management software
  • Software for help in systematic reviews
  • Statistical software
  • Video conferencing software