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Supporting Your Research Every Step of the Way

No matter who you are at U of G, or where you’re at with your research, we’re here to support you. The library offers a variety of research-related services designed to provide you with the assistance you need. We offer quick research help via online chat, more in-depth research consultations with a librarian online, workshops that support you through the entire research data lifecycle, as well as publishing support, copyright advice, and information about author rights.

Chat with us online

If you need quick assistance, want to know where to begin with your research, ask us. We will either get you the information you need immediately or direct you to the right place to get the answers you’re looking for.

Book an online appointment

If what you need is more in-depth research assistanceyou can book an online appointment with a librarian. During an online appointment, we can focus on topics like identifying or narrowing your research topic, learning advanced research skills, getting started on your literature review, scoping review, or systematic review, or using software like ZoteroMendeley, or EndNote.

Consult a topic guide

The library has over 100 topic guides ranging from information on how to manage your sources in Mendeley to how to record a podcast

Attend a workshop

Each semester, we host several workshops to support your research.  

Data Skills Workshop Series

The Data Skills Workshop series was developed to support all researchers, at any stage of the research data lifecycle. Whether you have very little experience with data management, or you want to brush up on your skills, we have a data skills workshop for you.

Upcoming Workshops:  

Learn more about the Data Skills Workshop Series and all workshops being offered this semester.

Open Scholarship Workshop Series

The Open Scholarship Workshop Series is designed to help you better understand what open means for you as a researcher. In this series, you’ll learn about open scholarship, open access, the Tri-Agencies, and creating open course material.

Find more information about open publishing support.

Curious about other ways we can support your research?

Browse our website to find information regarding support available for faculty and instructorsusing the archivesauthor rights, and more. 


Ask us. We’re here to help.