Starting August 2, the Main Library and Weaver Library will be open to everyone, including the public. We're looking forward to seeing you. Check out our plans.
As you do your research, you may quickly be overwhelmed with documentation and data. Use our tools and work with our experts to save time and stay organized, no matter the size or type of data you're working with.
The University of Arizona Libraries invite UA-affiliated researchers to apply to the Data Grant Program for the purchase of commercially available data sets. The total amount available is $10,000 for the 2020/21 fiscal year. The annual deadline to apply is the first week of November.
Keep your content organized with our citation management tools.
To learn strategies for keeping up with the scholarly literature in your field, see strategies for current awareness.
Do you need help finding, building, or sharing geospatial data? How about questions related to GIS software and platforms? Want to schedule a GIS workshop? No matter what you need in GIS, we want to help. See our guide to GIS & Geospatial Data and consult with Kiri Carini, geospatial specialist.
Are you working on a grant proposal and need help writing a data management plan? Do you have questions about the best way to share, distribute, and provide access to data from your research project? See our data management website and consult with Fernando Rios, research data management specialist or Chris Kollen, data curation librarian.
Most federal funding agencies now require both data and publications resulting from federal grants to be made publicly accessible. Funding agency requirements provides a summary and links to agency policies and the Federal agency policies website provides quick guides to the top federal funding agencies of research at the University of Arizona.
Do you need help with using your data to tell a story? Have questions about getting started in R or python? Want to schedule a Software or Data Carpentry workshop? We can help with computational literacy resources and training, contact Jeff Oliver, data science specialist.