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Sustainable International Development (SID)

Library & research resources for the Heller School MA Program in Sustainable International Development

Librarian

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Maric Kramer
Contact:
781-736-4667
Work through these steps early in your first semester, and you'll be set up for success in your coursework. Now is also a great time to start learning how to Rock Your Research!

Get to Know Your Library

What are library databases, exactly? Which one should you choose? When is it appropriate to use Google? And what exactly can a librarian help with? Find answers to these questions in this playlist of short videos. Get familiar with what you can expect from your library!

Videos by Ronald Williams Library, licensed CC-BY.

Set Up Your Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Account

If we don't have the book, article, or other material you need, we can probably get it for you!  Learn more about using our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service to request books and articles from other libraries and register for an account.

 

Teach Yourself with LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

A person working on a laptop with a coffee mug and notebook nearby.LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is an online learning platform where you can teach yourself software skills (like Excel and SPSS) and business skills (like interpersonal communication). Create and save playlists so you can keep track of your learning.​​

Brandeis University subscribes, so all of the videos and courses are free to you! Be sure to log in from the link above so you have full access to the learning library.

Get to Know the Writing Center

The Writing Center offers free writing tutorial services to Brandeis University undergraduate and graduate students.

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Make an appointment or stop by during their drop-in hours.

English Language Programs (ELP) at Heller

Go to a Library Workshop

During fall and spring semesters, the library holds workshops on topics such as data analysis, Geographic Information Systems, doing a literature review, and citing your sources.  For more information, see our full list of library workshops.