Doing a balance of payments paper?
BOP papers are a SAIS ritual.
We've created a research guide we think will help! Take a look by clicking on the image below...Here is a complete Research Guides list - all were created by SAIS Librarians.
Graduating in May?
First, congratulations from the Library staff!Now, some business: Library records of all graduating students will expire on Friday, May 21. Students on the list of graduates must return all library books and pay all library fines by Friday, May 21 (exceptions will be made for students with oral exams on May 24th and 25th). The School will not permit students with outstanding debts to graduate, or receive grades or transcripts. If you are interested in continuing to borrow from SAIS Library as an alum, see our webpage on alumni privileges for more information. If you have any questions , email Dina Herbert at firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing a paper? Read this!
April means two competing tasks: 1) lying outside in the warm sunshine and 2) writing papers. If the latter is impinging on your ability to do the former, try making your research faster and more effective with the SAIS Library Research Guides. These will point you in the direction of a variety of relevant scholarly resources. We have regional guides (Asian Studies, African Studies, etc), topical guides (Strategic Studies, AFP, etc) and specialized guides (Immigration Resources, using Ref Works, etc). Here is a full list of guides.For those starting a paper and wanting an abbreviated set of good multi-disciplinary resources, try our Key Databases Guide.As always, feel free to speak to a reference librarian. We're here Monday-Friday (9 to 5), or by email.
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