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Academies Summer Programs

Resources for working on research projects. Summer 2020

Start Your Research

Welcome to Georgetown University Library!

  • The Start Your Research guide gives tips on developing your topic, searching effectively, and more.
  • Below are a selection of resources that work for many research topics.
  • Use your GU NetID and password to access online articles and books. Off Campus Access to Library Materials gives more details.
  • While you are working on your research projects, please ask us if you have questions. We're here to assist! 

Background Information


Making a Successful Project

Zotero: free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. Or try ZoteroBib, a quick and easy tool that is similar.

Purdue OWL: Tips for annotated bibliographiesacademic writing, and citation.  Using Research explains quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Group Writing--The Writing Center at UNC provides tips about researching and writing collaboratively.

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