The Research Help link on the UM Libraries’ homepage offers helpful research tips.
Use One Stop Search to find a variety of material in our collection. It is a good place to do a broad, initial search on a topic.
The Subject Guides provide key resources and tools to help you focus your search within a specific subject area.
There are over 600 Library Databases that can also be used for in-depth research.
When searching One Stop Search or the databases, click the button to access online resources (eg. full-text articles or e-books). If you are off campus you will be prompted for your UMnet ID and password. (Note: Alumni, ICM, and all other non-UM borrowers cannot access online resources off campus.)
The staff at the Service Desk can provide search tips and guide you through our resources and services.
Visit, phone or email us:
211 Machray Hall
University of Manitoba
Our librarians are subject specialists who have extensive knowledge of the resources available in their respective disciplines. They can provide advanced research consultations to individuals, as well as give in-class tutorials that are tailored to a specific subject, course or assignment.
Librarians can help you:
To book an appointment, select a librarian below:
Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics Patents
Animal Science Plant Sciences
Entomology Soil Sciences
Food and Human Nutritional Sciences Statistics
|Appointment Calendar for all UML Librarians|