Finding ArticlesFinding BooksFinding NewspapersFinding Primary SourcesFinding Other FormatsAdvanced Search Tips
This is the "Getting Started" page of the "Getting Started with Duke University Libraries: Writing 101" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Getting Started with Duke University Libraries: Writing 101   Tags: courseguidespring15, writing101  

Last Updated: Feb 17, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Getting Started Print Page

Your Libraries & Accounts

Note: Advance slides forward and backward with arrows or by clicking.

Click on  to expand to full screen.

Review the slides above to learn how to:


Getting Help

Ask Us Now!

Librarians are available from 9am to midnight most evenings to help you with your research. You can reach us in person, via chat, phone, or email.


Want $1000 for your research paper?

Consider submitting it for consideration for the Aptman Prizes or Middlesworth Award.


Finding Sources 101


Your Libraries

Library Locations

Perkins/Bostock Library Rubenstein Library
Lilly Library  Perkins & Bostock Music Library Rubenstein Data & GIS
(East) (West) (East) (West) (West)

In addition to the libraries linked above, you have access to Duke's Professional School libraries on campus. These include the libraries of Law, Fuqua (Business), Divinity, Medical Center, and Marine Lab.

Where are the libraries? Check out the campus map of library locations.

Library Hours

Places to Study

Use the online room reservation system to book a study room in Perkins/Bostock, Lilly, or the Music library:

 Computing and Technology Labs & Support

OIT & The Link MPS Labs
(West) (East & West)

Get computing help from the OIT service desk in the Link. Check out webcams, Flip cameras, standard and high-definition video cameras, video conferencing software, iPods and other tools from the Link. Use the Multimedia Project Studio (MPS) labs on East or West to create multimedia projects.


Loading  Loading...