Borealis is a free research data repository for faculty, students and staff. The platform makes it possible for researchers to deposit data, create appropriate metadata, obtain DOIs for permanent links, and maintain version control of their datasets.
Appointment with one of the Research Data Consultants where you will be offered guidance and support in a variety of approaches for working with research data.
Quickly find relevant and trusted research, identify experts and access reliable data, metrics and analytical tools for confident research strategy decisions — all from one database
For a written e-feedback appointment, a CSC consultant will review your document and provide their suggested revisions in a response letter within 24 hours after the appointment time ends.
Abacus holds the Library’s collection of open and licensed data sets from around the world, primarily public use microdata (PUMFs) from censuses, other social and health surveys, public opinion polls, and spatial data for GIS.
Academic Job Search Support (e.g. building CVs, teaching and research interest statements, and statements of interest or personal statements for graduate school applications)
Appointment with a CSC consultant where you will be offered guidance and support in your professional academic writing, such as CVs or teaching and research interest statements, and statements of interest or personal statements for graduate school applications.
Appointment with a CSC consultant where you will be offered guidance and support for research or conference presentations and posters.
A consultation service that supports researchers with Open Science. Learn about tools and best practices for engaging in Open Science.
This service can answer your questions around how to publish open works and where to deposit open works.
Writing and Scholarly Communication Support (e.g. writing for journals, conference proposals, scholarships, non-tri-agency grants)
Appointment with a CSC consultant where you will be offered guidance and support for every stage of your academic and research writing, such as journal articles, theses or dissertations, thesis or conference proposals, scholarships, and non-tri-agency grants.