Google can be an excellent source for finding research materials. While it is not a replacement for searching in the Library's subscription article databases, Google can be an effective tool for finding scholarly materials that will help your research. Did you know that you can set up Google Scholar to link to the UConn Library's electronic journal subscriptions?
This workshop focuses on using Pivot and Foundation Directory Online to identify grant opportunities, and private and corporate foundation funding sources.
Learn how to use a bibliographic management tool to save and organize sources for assignments and research papers.
Why is open science communication important? We will discuss this and more at this roundtable featuring UConn faculty and graduate students.
Learn how to use a bibliographic management tool to save and organize sources for assignments and research papers. Come with your questions about any style!
This 90-minute workshop will cover the basics and best practices for managing your research data. You will learn about file organization, file naming, and data collection. We will discuss best practices for workflows and for data storage, access, and preservation. Finally, we will also talk about data security and documentation.