Find a research guide by topic
These guides are designed to get you started with your research. They will show you books, subscription databases, and reliable web sites to consult for information on a particular research topic.
Some resources for doing background research on Asian American studies, history and finding literary criticism about specific authors.
A library research guide to help write about comics/manga. This is a work-in-progress, so please let us know if you have any suggestions.
Research information for investigating and exploring the annual LaGuardia Common Reading.
Presents resources including digital archives projects, text analysis, maps, simulations, big data, and the transformation of art and humanities through the use of digital media.
A library resource guide to support classes such as HUP 121 - Eastern Philosophy and Religion.
Scholarly Material From Your Office (or Living Room)
A library research guide created to support English classes studying texts such as John Okada's No-No Boy.
Library resources to support ENG 248.7475, Latina/o Writing in the United States
A library research guide to support ENG103: Thesis-based and Encyclopedic Writing.
Books and Web sites that will help you find biographies.
This guide will show you how to find Census data online. This is helpful for learning about your neighborhood. This guide includes videos.
A guide for faculty conducting research into higher education.
A guide to using historic documents to trace the history of College. Many of these documents are available via the DSpace digital archive.
Web sites and search strategies for legal and paralegal research here at LaGuardia.
Where to find online information about the demographics of New York neighborhoods.
Information on African History, Aztecs, Incas, Mayas, Olmecs, and Tainos or Arawaks.
How to find information on single parenting.
A guide to veterinary technology web sites from non-subscription web resources.
Library resource page originally created for ENG103.2692 (Fall 2014).
This guide shows you how to find a book on the shelf once you've found it in the catalog.
Connect your online research to the LaGuardia and CUNY-wide catalogs.
Learning what PLAGIARISM is can help you avoid it and save you from embarrassment. Learning how to do academic research and how to properly cite your sources can help you even more.
Apps and mobile-optimized links to help you with your research.
A guide to finding and using other libraries in New York City (and on the Web).
Short video guides to help you use subscription databases like LexisNexis and JSTOR.