The Library has experts in the organization of information but we can also help you with the issues you face as you create new information.
- Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in scholarship. Students and faculty alike must obey rules of honest scholarship, which means that all academic work should result from an individual's own efforts. Intellectual contributions from others must be consistently and responsibly acknowledged. Academic work completed in any other way is fraudulent.
Visualization of research
- The Library's experts can help you visualize your data. Attend a workshop to learn more. Check out A Periodic Table of Visualizations.
Working with data
- The Library can assist you with Numeric and Spatial Data.
- Data Management Plan (DMP) Tool: From the website,"The DMP Tool allows you to: create ready-to-use data management plans for specific funding agencies, meet funder requirements for data management plans, get step-by-step instructions and guidance for your data management plan as you build it, and in many cases, get data management advice and resources for your specific institution."
Scanning and digitization services
- The Library has scanning and digitization services to support your research.