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Scholarly Inquiry and Research Experience (SIRE) Program

Getting Started and Quick Links

Welcome! Librarians at Emory are looking forward to supporting your research projects in the SIRE program.

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!

Get started

Emory Libraries website - our main website, where you can find materials, get help, see news and updates, and more

For Students - a portal on our website where you can find information and resources specifically for undergraduate students

Helpful resources and links

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.

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.

Humanities Session, Oct 13th 2-3pm

  • Introductions 
  • For Students (spaces & technology, materials) 
  • Developing Effective Search Strategies (Library Catalog, Worldcat, ILL)
  • Secondary Sources: Exploring the Core Databases - EBSCO, JSTOR, etc.
  • Wrap-up, Finding your subject librarian 
  • Q&A