This course guide identifies recommended databases to use for your annotated bibliographies and other assignments for your class.
Please contact a reference librarian with questions you have regarding the research process on this or any research assignment.
The following guides might also help connect you to useful research resources:
If you use Google Scholar, we strongly suggest optimizing your Library Links to ensure easy access to Georgetown resources.You can use 1 of the 2 options below:
Click for customized Georgetown University settings for Google Scholar. Log into Google Scholar, click the customized link, and then click Save. If you are logged in, Google should remember your settings.
If clicking the customized link doesn't work, or you would like to add Georgetown in addition to other libraries, follow these steps.
When you search Google Scholar, you'll see Find full-text @ GU links in the results. Sometimes these links will appear to the right of the result, and other times the links will be hidden at the bottom of the result -- to unhide (or expand), click the double arrows.
The picture below shows all the possibilities:
Library Links aren't foolproof! Keep in mind:
Contact the Electronic Resources & Serials Unit -- we are happy to help.
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