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Graduate Students: Resources and Services


Getting Started With Your Research

The research databases link provides you with access to hundreds of subject specific databases and thousands of electronic journals, books, and streaming videos.

DUQSearch is a tool that helps you find the library's print and electronic books, articles, and more.

  • If you're having trouble connecting to Gumberg resources off-campus, try using our interactive tutorial.

Research Assistance 

Librarians are available to meet with you to help with your research.

To find the Librarian who works most closely with your academic program, see the list of library liaisons.

Librarians are available to meet with you in person or online. Make an appointment!

Helpful Research Tutorials



Electronic Theses and Dissertations

If you are a graduate student seeking information on Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), please click the link below or contact the library's Digital Scholarship Librarian:

Learn More

Trainings and Workshops

Hands-on training sessions are offered on using specialized resources such as using EndNote (for PC and Mac) or raising your scholarly profile.

View the calendar for the current presentation schedule.


Software and Applications

Duquesne offers free software and applications that are useful for graduate students, including:

  • Microsoft Office
  • EndNote
  • SPSS
  • Qualtrics 
  • Zoom

For a full list of software and downloading instructions, click here!

Where to Study?

Where Can I Study?

There are a variety of locations available for graduate students to study. 

There is a graduate student study room located on the 2nd floor.


For a full list of reservable study spaces and meeting rooms, click here!