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RLS: Consultations and Research Support

Research Support

If you're not sure which librarian to speak with, please check their profiles: Collaborate with your academic liaison on:

  • Writing your data management plan and identifying appropriate data storage, organization, and access options
  • Planning a digital project in a specific discipline
  • Finding research impact metrics (both traditional such as impact factors and H-index, as well as alternative metrics)
  • Creating researcher profiles that contain all of this information in one location
  • Designing appropriate research assignments for your classes
  • Engaging with in-depth research assistance

Productivity Tools

Feeling like you just don't have enough time to get your work done? Here are some tools that might help! Other software available in the library available from our DIGITAL TOOLKIT page!

  1. Dropbox
    Save your documents in the cloud and access them from anywhere

  2. Goodreader
    A PDF reader for your iPad and other Mac OS mobile devices. You can read just about any type of file

  3. Evernote

    Take notes, collect snippets of information, share them with others or present them, all with one easy to use tool

  4. Google Drive is a popular tool for creating documents, spreadsheets, and more then sharing them with a group

  5. Manage your citations with Endnote:

    • import citations from the library's databases
    • build and organize bibliographies for each research project or paper
    • format citations for papers with thousands of styles from MLA to APA and beyond
    • save and organize files of various types for your research