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Research Support

Four students working in the W. W. Hagerty Library (second floor).

Drexel University Libraries provides access to valuable tools and resources to support researchers of all levels from freshmen to faculty. Librarians provide expert research advice through one-on-one consultations, workshops, self-guided tutorials, and subject-related guides.

Librarians by Subject

Our liaison librarians have extensive breadth and depth of knowledge in their fields of study and are available for one-on-one meetings to discuss research. They also lead larger workshops, including class-based workshops.

Library Guides

Library Guides offer great starting places for beginning your research. They are created by liaison librarians and provide detailed information about resources important to different areas of research.  You may also want to make an appointment with a librarian to discuss more individualized help. Try the 'Library Guides' link on the right to get started.

Tutorials

Self-help for some popular library-related questions.

Workshops

The Libraries offers workshops on resources, tutorials, skills, or services to help you to better understand research strategies and available resources. Faculty may also request in-class sessions.

Chat

Instant message with a member of the library staff using the 'Click to Chat' button to the right. This service is terrific for quick questions or to initiate contact with a librarian.

Recent Posts


Alternatives to ePocrates

Submitted by Tim Siftar on January 9, 2017 - 11:22AM

University access to ePocrates has been discontinued.

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Health Informatics Standards in New ASTM Database

Submitted by Tim Siftar on December 9, 2015 - 11:47AM

Reviewing the ASTM holdings for content related to the College of Computing and Informatics, the area of health informatics serves as a good example of the content you may expect to find in other specialized disciplines.

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New Book: How to screw up in grad school

Submitted by Tim Siftar on October 28, 2015 - 12:29PM

Not all new books warrant their own blog post. This one however was requested by a faculty member who found the contents helpful and planned to recommend it to his advisees. Even without reading the full text of the book, the list of chapter headings can provide a good reality check for anyone considering or currently in graduate school.

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EndNote Desktop Training Session

Submitted by Tim Siftar on April 17, 2015 - 4:53PM

Have you visted the EndNote start-up guide and successfully installed the desktop software? Now you are ready for the next step.

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Find Full Text from a Citation using Google Scholar

Submitted by Tim Siftar on April 9, 2015 - 3:23PM

How do I find the full text of an article when I only have the citation? Several options exist but perhaps the simplest involves using Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com) after you have customized your Settings to point to 'Get It @ Drexel'

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