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Ireland & American Irish Studies

The following site is designed to give the reader an introductory look at the importance of the Irish experience through various resources on the subject via electronic digital and traditional means of scholarship.


Research help is always available through our office. 

Please feel free to contact Alan Delozier, University Archivist and Irish Studies Liaison by e-mail  or via phone at:  (973) 275-2378. 

Thank you and successful searching. 


See the following collection of Video Tutorials from Washington University St. Louis, as an example.

Meantime, try the following from other institutions, courtesy of the PRIMO (Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials) Database

Your Research Toolbox (University of Kentucky)
A four module tutorial that includes developing a research strategy, using the library catalog, using periodicals databases, and effectively evaluating information. Each module is a narrated PowerPoint produced into video--the first module includes some humorous video clips as well. The tutorial was created for first year students to learn the basics of using the research library.  Needs Windows Media Player & can take a while to download - but worth the wait.

Workshop on the Information Search Process for Research University of Calgary.
Designed primarily for undergraduates, this will guide you  through the entire process of library research, from topic selection to search closure. Login as guest for the 'generic' tutorial.