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Research Services - Grad Focus: Home





The Libraries provide research support tailored to meet the needs of Graduate Students. 

How do the Libraries support Graduate Research?


Dataverse allows for the creation of multiple collaborative environments containing datasets, metadata and digital objects. Dataverse also provides scholarly data citations and can help with data requirements from publishers and funders.



Upload your thesis, dissertation or research publication to the University of Manitoba's Institutional Repository, MSpace.



Learn more about ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) registry.


Metrics (Bibliometrics and Altmetrics)

A guide to the definitions, best practices and resources of 'traditional' research metrics or bibliometrics, such as impact factor, and times cited, and new, digital metrics known as 'altmetrics', such as page downloads, tweet counts, and Mendeley saves. /p>


Training/Online Courses

Data Tree - A free, self-paced online research data management course especially aimed at postgraduates, PhD students and early career researchers. It is structured into eight modules for a total of 15 - 20 hour commitment. 


Libraries Supporting the Research Lifecycle
  Discover how the Libraries support the research lifecycle at the University of Manitoba