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Erica Bruchko, Librarian for African American Studies
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As members of the Emory Libraries, we respectfully acknowledge that the territory our institution occupies is the true ancestral and unceded homelands of the Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Muscogee people. We wish to elevate the diverse histories and cultures of this region that have experienced erasure, violence, and oppression as a result of white supremacy.
We mourn the loss of life and liberty of the millions of enslaved people whose labor has contributed to the great wealth of this nation and this institution. We acknowledge the long-lasting impact on Black communities to this day and commit ourselves to the work of justice for our colleagues, friends, and fellow citizens.
Welcome! Librarians at Emory are looking forward to supporting you with your research projects this summer. We know that conducting research remotely can pose challenges, and we are here to help you find the materials you need and excel in your research projects.
Below are some quick links to help you get started with your research and information about the content on this guide. Please get in touch if you have any questions!
Getting Started with the Emory Libraries Website - https://libraries.emory.edu
Library catalog - search here for e-books, print materials, and other resources at the library. See the Finding Books tab for help with locating books
Research Guides - see our full list of research guides for different subjects and topics. You can use these guides to help you get started with research in a particular discipline.
Library Databases - we have hundreds of databases where you can find articles, data, streaming videos, newspapers, archival materials, and more. See the Finding Articles tab for more information and recommended databases.
Academic Search Complete - one of our most general databases and a great place to start your research
Subject Librarians - see a list of our librarians and the subjects in which they specialize. Always feel free to contact a subject librarian for help with your particular research project.
Navigating the Emory Webpage and Libguide
This guide has a few different sections designed to help you conduct your research this summer and to further develop your research skills more generally.
Get Help - information on different ways you can get help and contact the libraries as you work on your projects this summer
Starting your Research Project - information and best practices on ways to get started with your research, including refining your chosen topic
Evaluating Sources - tips and best practices for evaluating sources and determining which sources will be most suitable for your project
Finding Background Information - library resources to help you locate background information and overviews of your research topic
Finding Books - information on finding and accessing e-books
Finding Articles - suggested databases from a wide range of disciplines
Managing Citations - tools and resources to help you manage your citations and stay organized
Online Workshops - online workshop opportunities on a variety of topics that you can attend this summer. These workshops can help you further develop your research skills.