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For Students: About

Help and guidance for all stages of the research process, including selecting a topic, finding materials, and using sources in your writing. Replaces the previous Services for Students page.

Library Information Literacy Director

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Sara Tabaei

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What can Touro Libraries do for YOU?

Library Basics

Before diving into your first research project, make sure you're familiar with the following:

  • Off-Campus Access - All electronic resources (databases, ebooks, streaming video) are available to Touro students and faculty from any computer. When off-campus, simply login with your TouroOne credentials.
  • QuickSearch - Combined search for all items from the catalog and databases, including ebooks, books, articles, and videos.
  • Catalog - Search the physical collection of the libraries, plus ebooks and streaming video. 
  • Databases - Collections of articles from magazines, newspapers, and academic journals. Some cover many topics (multidisciplinary) while others are subject-specific. Some may also include ebooks or video. 
    • Note: Many databases include citations and abstracts for articles that they do not offer full-text for; to see if the full article is available elsewhere, click on the Article Linker button, or request for free through interlibrary loan.

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