To see how your subject librarian can help and partner with you in your research, follow the links at the bottom of this page or download this PDF handout.
Get assistance with searching the literature; identifying other information sources (e.g., datasets, tests and measures); and evaluating the reliability of resources.
Stay up-to-date on new research with automatically generated notifications.
Take control of your citations with tools such as EndNote and Zotero.
Citation styles: s.lib.utk.edu/style
Citation management tools: s.lib.utk.edu/citeman
Discover and explore new tools for collaborative, interdisciplinary, and innovative digital research.
Get the articles, data, and other materials you need. Have items delivered to your email or department. Access from off campus.
Data Management Planning
Get assistance with data management planning.
Refine research alerts, troubleshoot citation management, create data set metadata, update literature review, and answer other questions as needed.
Unique Researcher ID
Obtain a unique identifier to help disambiguate you from other authors and to ensure proper attribution of your work.
Where to Publish
Learn about publishing venues and Open Access. Apply for the UT Open Publishing Support Fund.
Learn about retaining your copyright.
Data sharing and preservation and check out equipment.
Manage Your Reputation
Maximize the readership and impact of your research.
Open Access Archiving
Archive your research to make it more accessible and open.
Preserve and Share Data
Prepare your data for preservation and select file types and data repositories.
Obtain persistent identifiers.
Obtain metrics to understand how and where your work is being used.