Key resources may be held at libraries and archives that are not open without permission from the organization. A subject librarian may be able to provide introductions that will connect you with other libraries and archives
The CDS offers consultations about technology, digital research, and data. In addition, the Center loans mobile data collection devices, transcription kits, and many other tools to assist your field research and analysis.
Each Fall Break the Hesburgh Libraries plans a senior thesis research and writing camp to advance your progress and extend your skills. Look for the event in the Workshops and Events calendar and register to attend.
Find your subject area and a list of curated resources made available by the subject librarian. These are curated to be 'best bets' for getting started, but also feel free to reach out to the librarian with your specific topic and needs.
Graduate theses and dissertations can provide insight into the most recent research available on a topic. This infographic helps you understand how you can use these scholarly outputs to inform your own research.
Each entry is essentially a literature review on some niche research question within the fields.
Campus Research and Writing Support
Be sure to connect with resources on campus within and outside of your academic department. You can find funding, consultations to improve your writing, and workshops that can help advance your skills as a researcher.
Citation management tools not only help you organize your sources but also can help you keep notes and annotations, insert citations inline while you write, and create bibliographies based on those citations.
Need some help with the written output for your research? The University Writing Center serves both inexperienced and experienced student writers, offering an audience for and response to their written work. Make an appointment soon!
While your own project may not be a multimedia artifact when it is completed, the projects in the tool offer information for how to organize interviews, develop an elevator pitch for communicating your work, or creating a research poster. Check out the projects to help you refine your research.