The Systematic and Scoping Review Collaboration (SSRC) connects University of Toronto health science and social science researchers with librarians, who partner as co-authors in the planning, execution and writing of knowledge syntheses studies.
Organize, store, preserve, and share data collected and used in your research project
The Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office supports researchers in navigating copyright questions, and understanding and complying with open access mandates.
Digital Scholarship Services at University of Toronto Libraries supports teaching and research using digital methods and tools.
UTL's Digital Preservation Unit offers tools and services to help you manage digital content.
Tools & Platforms
Explore guides created by subject-specialist librarians to recommend resources and search strategies by course, subject, and resource format
Use this reference management tool to track and store your citations, annotate and organize your research, and collaborate with other colleagues on campus.
TSpace is a free and secure research repository established by University of Toronto Libraries to disseminate and preserve the scholarly record of the University of Toronto community, including faculty and graduate student research.
Journal Production Services at the University of Toronto Libraries support open access publishing at U of T by providing free hosting for academic faculty and student journals.
Find in person and virtual workshops offered by the University of Toronto Libraries
Read more about evaluating your impact using traditional citation analysis tools or altmetrics.
Use this guide to help you use LibrarySearch successfully to find library resources.