Find out who the librarian is for your field or area of study.
Upcoming workshops from the Sheridan Libraries.
Not sure where to begin? Get help refining a topic, brainstorming search terms, using the Libraries' catalog and other databases, finding journals, books and other materials, citing sources, and more.
|How to track the impact of your publications.|
|PDFs of popular library handouts, such as how to find DVDs, how to configure your wireless connection and more.|
Learn to use copyrighted information legally when you write a paper, dissertation, or teach a class, as well as how to copyright your own work.
Tips to evaluate information on the internet to determine its reliability and suitability for your purposes.
Use library resources to help you assess what's been published on your topic, target potential journals to publish in, find books on scholarly publishing, and locate journals' publishing guidelines.
Learn to cite sources using MLA, Chicago, APA or other styles, or use RefWorks, a web-based personal database and bibliography creator.
Search Google for scholarly publications. Learn how to configure Google Scholar to link to the full text of articles held at the JHU Libraries.
QUOSA is a retrieval and organization tool. Use it to search PubMed, Google Scholar, and a few other databases. After a search, QUOSA will retrieve the full text articles that are available and let you organize them in folders. You can search the full text of the articles you have saved and highlight them.
Stay current by setting up automatic e-mail updates from databases. Receive the latest table of contents from a particular journal or the latest article citations on a particular topic.
Find out where materials within a particular call number range are located in MSEL. Includes links to floor plans for the MSEL stacks (levels A-D).
See also How Library of Congress Call Numbers Work. (PDF)
How to Find Book Reviews
How to Find Videos and DVDs (PDF)
How to Find Recent Fiction (PDF)
Finding Primary Sources
Finding Psychological Tests and Measurements
How to Find Patents and Trademarks
Finding Standards (e.g., engineering)
Career Research Guide (job search, résumé writing, interviewing, etc.)
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