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NYU Florence Library & Online Resources: For Students
Villa Ulivi Library info & NYU restricted and open access resources relevant to the academic program in Florence.
NYU Libraries has subject librarians who develop the Libraries' collection and provide advanced research assistance – in person and via e-mail. You can find your subject librarian on the library website. If you're a freshman or sophomore, and aren't sure who your librarian is, just Ask A Librarian.
You can avoid plagiarism.
Information that you find on the internet, journal articles, books, etc. is someone else's intellectual property. Make your own ideas the focus of your paper. Any words, ideas, or original research that are not your own must be cited, even if you summarize it in your own words. When in doubt, cite the source! For more resources, visit the library's citation guide. NYU Libraries provides bibliographic formatting software for students; EasyBib is a good one to get started with.
Dictionaries, encyclopedias, biographies, writing guides, almanacs, statistics, and other online reference tools. The "Dictionaries" category includes the Oxford English Dictionary and many foreign language dictionaries.
If you have an article citation and want to locate the full-text, search for the JOURNAL TITLE first, then navigate to the year, issue and pages for the article you need. You can also browse and search across all available issues of individual journals.
Customize Google Scholar in order to automatically link to content owned by NYU Libraries. Use "Scholar Preferences" and enter "New York University Libraries - Get at NYU" in the Find Libraries search box; be sure to save your preferences.