Are there any workshops or classes on using the libraries?
Are there librarians who can help me with my research?
Are there tours of Butler Library? Where can I find a schedule?
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?