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Scholarly Communication and Research Commons: Planning Your Research

A communication portal to support research at the University of Manitoba

Research Process

  1. Develop a research proposal
  2. Perform a review of the literature
  3. Select a research method
  4. Collect and manage your data
  5. Analyze the data
  6. Write up your results
  7. Present/publish your findings

Research Support at the University of Manitoba

  • The Office of Research Services offers research tools, workshops, and information on the research process at U of M
  • The university’s Research Facilitators assist with strategic research planning support
  • The Library offers assistance with research and writing, including workshops for faculty and students

Applying for Research Funding

The Library has several resources to assist in writing grant requests, including