Are there any workshops or classes on using the libraries?
Are there librarians who can help me with my research?
Do the Columbia Libraries provide training for citation management applications such as Zotero?
Do you have a particular newspaper or serial?
How can I find a microfilm that I know I used before if I do not have its call number?
How can I find archival collections and oral histories at Columbia?
How can I read the full-text article I found on the internet? Does the library always have the paper or the microfilm of the title?
How can I recommend an item for purchase?
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 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 obtain a study carrel? Where are they located?
I am not affiliated with Columbia University. How can I get research assistance?
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 JSTOR? How do I find an article in JSTOR? Are current articles available in JSTOR?
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?
Where are the group study rooms and can I reserve one?
Where are the reading rooms? What are their hours and policies?
Where can I study?
Which bibliographic software and citation style guides do you recommend?