Your tuition dollars buy databases with reports through the library. It depends on the topic of your question whether you will find relevant reports.
Your NetID and password are your keys to using the databases remotely.
To proxy a link just place the following in front of it:
So if you had a JSTOR stable URL like http://www.jstor.org/stable/2684933
then you’d get: http://proxy.library.georgetown.edu/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/2684933
N/# leader* N/5 wom?n Leader(truncated) NEAR 5 words of women or woman
P/# general p/2 dunwoody General 2 words BEFORE dunwoody, so you would get General Dunwoody or General Ann Dunwoody
N# leader* N5 wom?n Leader(truncated) NEAR 5 words of women or woman
W# general W2 dunwoody General 2 words BEFORE dunwoody, in the order which you entered then
ADJ# leader* ADJ5 (female or women or woman) Leader(truncated) NEAR 5 words of female or women or woman
If you are doing research for your job rather than for your program, it will be tempting to take the reports and articles you find in library-subscribed databases and pass them on. However, this violates our agreements with vendors. You may use the information you find in these resources for the purpose of YOUR educational studies only. If the company you are working for wants to read or take action on the information from these sources, they will have to purchase copies themselves.