Do the Columbia Libraries provide training for citation management applications such as EndNote or RefWorks?
How can I find Columbia PhD dissertations?
How can I log into restricted e-resources?
How do I cite an online resource?
How do I cite government documents?
How do I create a bibliography? What bibliographic style should I use?
How do I find PhD dissertations from universities other than Columbia?
How do I find a newspaper article (e.g., from the New York Times)?
How do I find historical and current newspaper articles? How do I find them full text online?
How do I learn more about the Newspaper Collections in the Columbia Libraries?
How do I learn more about the multimedia collections (film, video, sound recordings, etc.) at Columbia Libraries?
I am a graduate of Columbia University. May I use Columbia's e-resources?
What are the openURL, proxy and Z39.50 settings to connect to online library resources?
What are the “Friends of the library?” Do friends and alumni have access to e-resources?
What is Citation Finder and how do I use it? How do I get the article when all I have is the citation?
What is Document Delivery?
What is JSTOR? How do I find an article in JSTOR? Are current articles available in JSTOR?
What is a UNI?
What is a VPN? Do I have access to the CUIT VPN service?
What is a citation?
What is a works cited page? What is a reference list? How do I format them?
What is an annotated bibliography?
What is an e-link?
What is peer review?
What is the Bloomberg database? Where can I get access?
What is the best URL to use when bookmarking a particular database?
What is the bookbag feature in CLIO? And how do I save my Bookbag?
What online dictionaries are available?
What should I do if an e-resource is unavailable?
Who has access to Columbia's print and electronic collections?
Why can't I connect to restricted e-resources even though I am on campus?
Why can't I connect to restricted e-resources from off-campus?
Why doesn't my UNI work any more?
Why is access to some e-resources restricted?