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 (i.e. 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 Course Reserves and where can I access these 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?