You may find the links below to various resources helpful. Keep in mind that your Journalism Librarian is always happy to meet for an individual consultation, or to arrange a workshop for multiple students.
Start by searching CLIO, Columbia Libraries' search interface.
Can't find a book?
Can't find a journal article?
Request it through interlibrary loan (ILL). Many articles are delivered as PDFs.
Working with data? You can start with these resources:
Looking for examples of past CUJ theses and dissertations? Here's where to find them:
Looking for theses or dissertations that were completed at other institutions? Use our ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database.
Google Scholar--with direct links to Columbia Libraries subscriptions!
Use this link for your Google Scholar searches, and instead of hitting article paywalls, you'll be logged into all of Columbia Libraries subscriptions.
Have a lot of citations and references to save? Manage them in one spot, online, with Zotero.
Subject-Specific Research Guides
Looking for a good database for a specific topic, but have no idea where to begin? Check these guides for recommended sources, or contact a subject specialist librarian.
Looking for a specific software program like NVivo or RStudio? Search for it in CLIO--the record will show which libraries have it installed on their computers, as well as include links to any programs with downloads or educational licenses.