Subject Librarians can work with you, or small groups, with research projects.
Digital Media Commons
DMC. contains collaborative work and teaching spaces, with expert help in using the digital and 3-D resources.
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Archives and Special Collections
Archives staff members work with primary source materials in both print and digital form.
The Writing Center
The Northeastern University Writing Center is open to any member of the NU community and exists to help any level writer, from any academic discipline, become a better writer.The Writing Center offers face-to-face appointments at 412 Holmes Hall and online appointments. Book an appointment here!
ITS (Information Technology Services) training includes public speaking practice, as well as software workshops. You will need to login in to your MyNEU account in order to browse the schedule and register.
Video tutorials for WordPress are accessible from the library's page for Lynda.com
Search Scholar OneSearch or
Use one or more of your key words to do a broad search, then narrow it down.
Review the PLAN page for more suggestions.
NOTE: Click on View All to the the issues.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context -- for starting research on the persuastive, or pros and cons paper
CQ Researcher full text collection covering major issues with an overview article, pros and cons, chronology (timeline of the issue), along with a bibliography. NOTE: Browse through topics-- there are a manageable number of titles.
LexisNexis Academic has a Hot Topics box on their search page---here's a sample of recent topics
Call numbers are based on the Library of Congress Classification. More importantly, it's how you can find things in the library.
Some hints to understanding a call number and finding your "stuff" on the shelf:
If you want to see ALL of the subjects under the call number system used at the NU Libraries, check out the Library of Congress Classification page