This research guide provides a number of resources for students participating in the Syracuse Madrid study abroad program, divided by the various courses and disciplines it covers. Be sure to also look out for the "Other Research Guides" boxes on each page for a more comprehensive listing of subject-specific resources.
To access our databases off-campus, you will need to log in using your NetID and password.
For those who are affiliated with SU but do not have a NetID, enter your 10-digit SUID number as the NetID and enter your last name (all lowercase) as the password.
If you are having difficulties accessing our resources off-campus, please also see our EZproxy troubleshooting guide.
Need research help and not sure where to begin? The Syracuse University Libraries offers a number of resources to help walk you through the research process, including:
Databases are a great way to search through a wide range of electronic resources, including newspapers, encyclopedias, and scholarly journals. Here are some general, multidisciplinary starting points:
There are a number of libraries throughout Madrid that may be of interest to you. Here is just a small sampling:
If you need an article from a journal that is not available online through the SU Libraries, we can acquire it for you through ILLiad and send it to you via e-mail. This is a free service available to all SU students.
If you are requesting an article from a journal that the SU Libraries do own in print, when submitting your article request through ILLiad, please be sure to indicate in the notes field: "SU Abroad student - SU owns journal".
NOTE: We are not able to send books or other print material overseas through the postal service.
If you don't have an account, go to ILLiad, follow the link for "First Time Users" and fill in the form to create a new account. You'll be able to start using ILLiad right away.