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Graduate Students

Resources offered by the Hoffman Family Library to support Goodwin University graduate students.
Searching for sources to use in scholarly research can be a confusing process. In this section, you will find information on how to navigate the literature review part of the research process. Your search strategies may be general or more advanced, and the strategies that you will want to use may vary depending upon the type of source you are searching for. Learning different types of search strategies and tools that are available to you will serve you well as you complete your graduate work. 

1. Librarians assist with research, informational and directional questions. 

Graduate Students can:

  • Use the popular chat service. A ticket will be created if it is outside our operating hours
  • Ask a Librarian via E-Mail
  • Call the phone line at (860) 913-2066 during our operating hours

2. Schedule a Virtual Research Consultation   

librarian will work with you to improve your search strategies and help to identify potentially useful resources for your research.

Evaluating Resources