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Introduction to Research Guides
Welcome to Loyola Notre Dame Library's Research Guides! Research guides serve as pathways for your students to library resources and research assistance. Librarians maintain research guides for each major, popular citation styles, and some individual courses. If you have questions about implementing research guides into your courses, contact a librarian at email@example.com or 410-617-6802.
Useful features of Research Guides:
- Access to the databases and resources specific to your students' research assignments
- Links to tutorials about using library resources, like the catalog or Seeker
- Information for accessing library resources off-campus, including retrieving full-text articles and using Interlibrary Loan
- Access to a chat box where users can communicate with librarians 24/7
Ask a Librarian
Students and faculty can chat with a librarian 24/7! You can also embed this chat box in the right-hand column of your Moodle course homepage so your students can easily find us.
Your research librarians are here to help!
Chat with the AJCU consortium:
Chat with Backup Staff:
Our chat service is offline.
Browse examples of our research guides or all available guides by following the links below:
All Research Guides
A list of all available research guides
Education Research Guides
A guide with important education research resources, such as ERIC, Tests & Measurements, and APA citation style.
Business Resource Guide
A guide with important business research resources like strategies for conducting company and industry research and resources for locating demographic and psychographic resources.
History Research Guides
A guide with helpful resources for history research, including primary source databases and websites.
Action Research Guide
A guide created for a specific course in the education department, Action Research.