Faculty and Staff Research Information
Frequently Used Links
Faculty Research and Teaching Resources
How to use Google Scholar from home
Provides a simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations.
MaRLI: Manhattan Research Library Initiative
An initiative to expand access and use of collections at New York Public Library, NYU, and Columbia. The project is open to full-time faculty and approved New York Public Library cardholders with a demonstrable research need not met by currently available resources, allowing them to borrow material from all three institutions.
Pivot (on-campus only; registration required)
"Pivot gives Research Administrators, Research Development Professionals, and their institutions the edge to bring together the right research opportunities, funding, and people quickly and easily." Access courtesy of Grants Office.
Cloud-Based Tools for Organizing Your Citations
A quick overview of current citation management tools, with a focus on tools that offer some degree of web syncablility.
Electronic Research for Faculty and Staff
Scholarly Material From Your Office (or Living Room)
Information Literacy Center
A guide to LaGuardia's information literacy efforts. Includes links to video tutorials, sample lessons, copyright resources, and other tools of infusing information literacy in the classroom.
LaGuardia Library Research Toolbar
Connect your online research to the LaGuardia and CUNY-wide catalogs.
Plagiarism & Citation Resources for Faculty
Links to resources designed to help faculty combat plagiarism in the classroom.
Research Guide: Higher Education Literature
A guide for faculty conducting research into higher education.
Using RSS to Keep Up with Scholarly Research
A guide to using RSS feeds to pull subscription resource information to researchers, rather than researchers being forced to constantly search.