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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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Teaching Resources

Many graduate students perform in teaching or teaching support roles. There are supports beyond the library available to students such as the Center for Teaching Excellence, copyright information, tips on persistent links, and how to access course reserves.

 

Collaborate with a Librarian

Complete this form to reach out and request a librarian in providing an instruction session on a specific topic or resource. 

 

Center for Teaching Excellence

CTE helps faculty and graduate student teaching assistants excel as teacher-scholars deeply invested in their students' learning. Se

Copyright Policy

In leading courses and working closely with students, it is important to be aware of copyright policy both on a general scale as well as with specification to Duquesne. Learn more about Duquesne's copyright policy on the Copyright Guide, linked below.

Linking to Library Materials (Persistent Links)

When directing students to online materials, persistent linking is a necessary precaution to take in order to prevent inaccessibility and technical difficulty. See the various ways to add persistent links for several different websites/databases on the library guide linked below.

Course Reserves

Course reserves are assigned readings and supplemental resources that your professors make available to their students through the library. Learn how to access print, electronic, and media course reserves on the course reserves guide linked below.