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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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Getting Help

For additional questions and resources, please feel free to reach out to the following resources relating to library needs, technological needs, and writing needs.

Gumberg Library

Contact the library for any research questions, help with assignments, inquiries for materials available, or any additional questions you might have. Librarians are available in the following avenues:

Schedule a Meeting with a Librarian https://calendar.library.duq.edu/appointments/
Call 412-206-6867
Text 412-265-3599
Email ask@duq.libanswers.com
Live Chat (available 24/7) https://ask.library.duq.edu/ (or see chat box below)

Computing and Technology Services (CTS)

Students have access to CTS's extensive bank of information as well as technology support. Resources available at CTS includes (but is not limited to):

  • Setting up and maintaining a MultiPass account
  • Help in Learning Management Systems like Canvas and Blackboard
  • The Microsoft Office suite
  • Document sharing/collaborative platforms such as Box, Office 365, and OneDrive
  • Help desk for any IT/tech support needs

See their list of services and software for more information.

Writing Center

The Writing Center offers free help to all students seeking improvement in writing tactics. Assistance is available on both a general scale as well as on a specified level for individual assignments. The Writing Center can be used for any topic or subject area.