Researcher@Library teams help staff and PhD researchers with open access, research data management, literature searching and increasing citations: online, in person and through workshops and events.
- Study and research support
- Researcher support
Research Profile Bootcamp 6–10 March
Does your research profile need a boost? Could your online presence be stronger?
Come to a Research Profile Bootcamp session for practical ways to strengthen your research profile, from 6–10 March. The workshops are delivered by professionals from the University and industry who can help you make the most of your profile as authors, storytellers and champions.
Advice and support for staff and postgraduate researchers on making your research open access, how to comply with REF and funder requirements, and what support and funding is available to you.
Research data management
Find out how to write a data management plan, effectively manage your research data at all stages of the research lifecycle, safeguard any data you collect, and meet funder requirements.
Find and manage information
Learn how to find the key literature on a topic and manage the information that you find using EndNote
Advanced techniques for effective literature searching. Find out where to search, how to develop a search strategy that works for you, and how to document your search.More on Literature searching
Literature searching service
Our literature searching service supports research specifically aligned with the University’s strategic priorities.More on Literature searching service
Our step-by-step guide to managing and formatting your references using EndNote. Includes guidance on using EndNote both on-campus and off-campus.More on EndNote
Publish your research
Where to publish
Open access publishing
Workshops and events
Sign up for one of our research workshops, webinars, or events to develop your understanding of key research topics. We run sessions on making research open access, research data management, raising your research profile, literature searching, and using EndNote.
Research quick guide
Your guide to how the Library supports researchers at the University of Leeds
It is a dedicated space for researchers and postgraduates on level 13 of the Edward Boyle Library. Book individual studies and group meeting rooms, or find a quiet place to work at one of the large desks. Other facilities include: research noticeboards and display screens to publicise research events and calls for participants; poster presentation areas to share current research; and personal lockers.
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