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This guide provides resources and guidance on doing research for an interdisciplinary literature review, writing a literature review and organizing citations and references.

About this Guide

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This guide provides links to resources for finding, evaluating, and organizing information and research to construct a well-researched literature review.  You'll find information to help you:

Quicker access to full text articles

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LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that facilitates access to the Libraries' full text resources as you find research on the web. LibKey Nomad provides one-click access to full text from websites like PubMed, Wikipedia and publisher pages. Install the plug-in for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or other browsers by going to this LibKey Nomad download page and choosing Carnegie Mellon University as your institution when prompted.

Borrowing from other libraries

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You can borrow items from other libraries if CMU Libraries does not have what you're looking for. ILLiad is our Interlibrary Loan system.  Simply log into the Interlibrary Loan system, fill out a registration form if its your first time using the system and then click on a New Request link in the left hand column.