No matter where you are in the research process, we encourage you to ask for help and to make use of information consulting services. Options for help include email, chat and personalized research consultations. For more information consult the Ask a Librarian page of the Cornell Libraries website.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) offers a wide range of brief videos on skills that can be useful in navigating academia.
Use the Browse function at the top of the main page to see the kinds of videos available to you. LinkedIn divides their resources into three categories: business, creative and technology. Tutorials cover topics such as Microsoft Office products, Zoom, using Adobe PhotoShop, computer software and project management tools.
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The home page for all Cornell University libraries links you to the library catalog where you can search for books and other publications, over 700 databases where you can find articles and many useful services and resources.
Information on remote access to resources:
Research guides on many topics and skills (like citing sources, creating an annotated bibliography, and finding the best sources for your topic). All guides have been created by Cornell librarians
Passkey Library Guide -- This guide provides critical information if you use Google or Google Scholar or another web browser and want to access scholarly articles.