Researcher Workshop: Managing Your References With EndNote
The EndNote desktop version is a full-featured reference management program that you can purchase from the bookstore. This workshop will provide a basic introduction to EndNote.Getting ready to publish your research? Know your rights as an author
Agreements with publishers can be tricky to navigate. The UM Libraries have a new guide to author rights to help you through this process.GradSteps Workshop: Introduction to Zotero
Zotero is a free, easy to use and open source citation management tool. Come and learn how to install the components on your own laptop.Lexicomp App Users: Time to Renew!
The 2019 Lexicomp application & renewal form is now available.GradSteps Workshop: Managing Your References With Mendeley
Do you struggle with organizing your PDFs? In this session students will learn how they can use this free, easy to use program to quickly organize all your PDF articles, generate bibliographies in a variety of citation styles and cite while you write.Learn More About Trip Pro, Our Newest Research Database
Trip Pro is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to search across different content types including research evidence, images, video, patient information leaflets, educational courses, and news.New UM Librarians Research Endowment Fund
An endowment fund is now available as a donation option to support the research of UM librarians.Library support for your systematic reviews
Are you thinking about starting a systematic review? Take a look at our tools and guides that can help you get started.GradSteps Workshop: Maximizing Your Research Identity
Find out about various networking and academic profile websites such as ResearchGate, Mendeley, ResearcherID, and Google Scholar Profiles. Learn about author identification systems such as ORCID and how it links with some of the systems. Researchers: Consolidate your Scopus IDs and get full recognition for your work!
Did you know that Scopus automatically assigns Scopus IDs to authors who have articles indexed in this database? If your name appears in slightly different formats in different publications, your work may be affiliated with multiple Scopus IDs.