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University 1 Library Guide

Getting started at the University of Manitoba Libraries

Welcome to the University 1 LibGuide!

Use the tabs on the left side of the page to navigate the guide and find resources that will help you familiarize yourself with the Libraries, the research process, and the citation process. 

Helpful Resources

If you can't find what you need on this guide, try these other resources too:


  • Learn at the Libraries - Citing - Introduction to the process of citing in a variety of styles (APA, Chicago, Vancouver, Harvard...etc.) and citation management software
  • Intro to Citation Managers - more in-depth information regarding Zotero, Mendeley, and Endnote citation management software (this content will likely move to Learn at the Libraries in the near future)

Library Services


  • Learn at the Libraries - Searching - explanation of differences between searching the Libraries and a typical search engine like Google, how to understand your search results, and how to use search operators (AND, OR, NOT, " ", *, ?)
  • Library Apps & Extensions - download instructions for the library self check-out app, BrowZine, and the Lean Library browser extension
  • Google Scholar Settings - instructions on how to set Google Scholar settings to include direct links to library holdings 

For quick help, use the link to the "Ask Us" chat on the left hand side of the page. "Ask Us" can also be found on the Libraries homepage.