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WWS Guide for Seniors

Quick links and tips

1.  Do a literature search for background information (use search box on library home page)
      http://library.princeton.edu/
2.  Meet with a Stokes librarian  piaprlib@princeton.edu
3.  Use a system to manage your citations and bibliography; we will teach you Zotero
4.  Gather data and then meet with consultants in the data lab if needed
     You can contact Oscar (otorres@princeton.edu)  OR Will Lowe (wlowe@princeton.edu)   
5.  Check the senior thesis catalog to view other theses.
      http://library.princeton.edu/resource/4423
6.  See databases by subject:  http://library.princeton.edu/research/databases/subjects

Data/GIS help

 

Managing Citations

See also citation style guides:
      http://library.princeton.edu/help/citing-sources

Major Guides to Economic Resources

Research Help

Lower level, Wallace Hall

Nancy Pressman
pressman@princeton.edu
international affairs, public policy


Joann Donatiello 
jdonatie@princeton.edu
migration, immigration, health policy, demography, census, population

​Elana Broch 

ebroch@princeton.edu
immigration, education policy, demography, census, migration, population

Contact all  three: piaprlib@princeton.edu