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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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Research Support

Duquesne students have access to a myriad of wonderful resources to aid in the research process, including numerous databases and library guides (such as this one). See the library's research page to learn about the many resources available to you!

Guides

These guides address a wide range of topics from academic disciplines, to specific research methods or tools, and even specific books.

Research Tools

This is not a comprehensive list of the research software and tools available - see the Computing and Printing page for more information!

EndNote citation management software is freely available to currently registered students. Instructions on how to download and use the software are available in the EndNote guide linked above.

Covidence is an online tool that facilitates systematic literature reviews, and is available free of charge to currently registered students.

See this list for library guides available at Gumberg providing help in citation formatting as well as the use of citation management software.

Working with the Library

It is our library mission to serve you to meet your informational needs. See below for information on contacting the library, as well as some specialized supports available at the library.

Check out this list to find which librarian works with your department!

You can self-schedule appointments with many of the librarians!

 Complete this form to put in a request for library collaboration on your systematic review/evidence synthesis!

Check out the events calendar to learn about any upcoming workshops or opportunities for professional development!