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How Do I Find (...) ?: Home

Brief tutorials for common assignments that require library research.

Transferable Skills

The search examples that are depicted under each tab are intended to illustrate common features of the article databases, and of the Library (books) catalog. The database interface illustrated here is similar to many of the other databases provided by the Sawyer Library.

The search strategies (combining search terms; limiting to articles from scholarly journals) will also hold true from search to search, and topic to topic. 

Off-Campus Access to Sawyer Library E-Resources

Screen shot: Library's login screen: enter Suffolk email username and password

Current students have access to the online resources from off-campus. At the point of clicking on a link to an online source, users should expect to be prompted for their Suffolk University username and password. This authenticates the user as part of the Suffolk community, and grants access to the online database.

Questions? Feel free to contact the Sawyer Library Reference Desk at:

sawlib@suffolk.edu !

Typical Questions about Using the Library

 

Infographic: How do I find ... books on my topic? Articles on my topic? A specific article cited on my syllabus?

Navigate to the Lists of Databases

Screen shot: Sawyer Library home page, Databases drop down menu.