The University Libraries’ information resources and services support the teaching, learning and research initiatives of UB faculty and students. Our librarians help with all phases of the research process, including open access publishing, data management and maximizing the visibility/impact of scholarly research endeavors.
Compiled by UB subject librarians, each guide provides information and helpful links to digital and print research resources, including top databases, primary sources, e-journals and more.
Helpful tips on how to locate books, periodicals, full-text articles, search the web, cite books and articles and calculate how long assignments take to complete.
The Libraries offer a variety of hands-on workshops to assist students interested in sharpening their information literacy skills. Topics include Endnote for Beginners, Advanced Endnote, Microsoft Excel, database searching and many more.
Librarians from the University at Buffalo (UB) Libraries are active participants in building the information literacy competencies of students at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels.
LINKT (Where learning and instruction pursue new knowledge, through technology) provides expert staff, and technology to allow UB faculty and students to explore their intellectual curiosity through a variety of mediums.
Scholarly publishing is undergoing fundamental transformations and the UB Libraries want to help you understand how these changes impact your scholarly endeavors.
The University Libraries provide a broad array of resources and services to support UB faculty and teaching assistants. The subject librarian for your department, school, or research center is available to discuss Libraries' resources and services for your research and teaching, and for the students you teach. Please contact your librarian today.
The University at Buffalo Libraries are providing EndNote™ citation management software to UB's academic community.