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Research Desk: (574) 631-6258
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Important Resources for Success:
Set up accounts in the following library services:
|MyAccount lets you see all the items you have checked out and renew them online. You can also see the status of your recall and hold requests. Learn more here.|
|Interlibrary Loan lets you get books and articles from other libraries that aren't available at Notre Dame. Set up your account here.|
|RefWorks helps you manange your bibliographic citations on the Web and add them to your paper using the style your professor recommends. Set up your account here.|
|Pot of Gold is an online tutorial that works to help you to think strategically about information discovery. See it here.|
Don't get stuck having to do all the work at the last minute. The Assignment Planner will help you schedule the research and writing process so you get done on time.
Newspapers: Guide to identifying and locating newspapers available to researchers at Notre Dame
Data & Statistics: A guide to finding data and statistics in the social sciences
Feeling Overwhelmed? Schedule a One to One Research Consultation with a Librarian who can help you navigate the richness of our library resources for all of your information needs.
OneSearch — Find academic journal articles along with books, movies, music and other library materials. This search includes a broad selection of articles from a wide variety of subjects.
ND Catalog — Locate books, journals, videos, and more in the Hesburgh Libraries, the Law School Library, and other nearby campuses, including St. Mary's and Holy Cross.
LC Call Numbers Classification - Check out the letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress Classification.
Call Number Locations — Consult this page to determine where to find books on a particular subject or when you have the call number for a book.
These databases contain articles on a wide variety of topics. They work well with writing and research assignments in the first undergraduate year.
For an in depth search you'll need to use subject-specific databases: