College-level research starts on-line using Library resources. These links should help you to find information you are looking for and to document it properly.
The MyLibrary tab in the Campus Portal allows you to access the resources listed here plus many more. MyLibrary allows you to customize your MyLibrary web page to reflect your individual needs with resources tailored to all disciplines taught at Lehigh.
Use the tutorials and tips on this webpage to work faster, better, and smarter. Learn about research strategies and library resources that will help you find information, get the most from web searching and use results ethically.
Find resources in all disciplines including Indexes to help you find full text Academic Journal articles, Encyclopedias and other reference sources, full text of current and historical newspapers as well as primary source material in many subject areas.
Find complete information, including the location and availability of every item in the library collection.
Use this page to find alphabetical list of full text e-journals well as links to journals by publisher, such as JSTOR, ACM, IEEE etc.
Requesting Materials not in Lehigh's Collection
Links to guides to help you cite your sources correctly using the citation styles requested by your instructors here at Lehigh.
Whether you are just starting research at Lehigh or are working on a major projects contact one of our subject Librarians to help get the most from our extensive resources and to save you time and effort by making the most of our expertise in your area of interest.
Writing Graduate School Application Statements
The following pages discuss how to write a personal statement on admissions forms for post-graduate schools.
Univ. of New Mexico discusses the topic, specifically relating to Law School.