Professional Academic Communication Consultation Service (e.g. CVs, teaching and research interest statements)
Appointment with one of the CSC writing staff where you will be offered guidance and support in your professional academic writing, such as CVs or teaching and research interest statements.
Appointment with one of the CSC writing staff where you will be offered guidance and support in your oral/visual academic communications, such as conference talks, presentation slide decks, or 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.
Academic Communication Consultation Service (e.g. writing for journals, conference proposals, scholarships, non-tri-agency grants)
Appointment with one of the CSC writing staff where you will be offered guidance and support in your academic writing, such as journal articles, conference proposals, scholarships, non-tri-agency grants.
A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a unique identification code assigned to an electronic object that makes the object significantly easier to find and track how it has been cited. UBC can authorize a DOI for your research output.
Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source project management tool that supports researchers throughout their project’s entire lifecycle. OSF functions as both a collaboration tool and a workflow system.
This service provides consultation to researchers on the deposit of works in open repositories. Any questions regarding copyright can be answered or the answer can be found through this consultation service.
The Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR) is a place for Canadian researchers to deposit and share research data and to facilitate discovery of research data in Canadian repositories.
A service that helps individual researchers determine mertrics on their publications. This service can also assist departments with statistics and metrics in relation to research output at the departmental level.