Physical Sciences Research Support Resources
This site houses the research support training and resources offered by the Moore Library and library colleagues from across the School of Physical Sciences. These resources cover all stages of the research lifecycle from planning a project and conducting a literature review through to sharing the results and measuring impact. To explore the resources select an area of interest from the main menu More resources will be added as they become available.
If there is something you would like to see then please contact us via email and we will do our best to help.
Research lifecycle graphic - taken from The No-Nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication by Claire Sewell (Facet Publishing, 2020)
We know that researcher are busy people so the resources in each section are arranged according to how much time they will take you to look at. Whether you have a few minutes to learn the basics or longer to really delve deep there is something to suit you.
|Snapshots||Only have a couple of minutes? Learn the basics with quick resources including videos and handouts covering key concepts.|
|Quick reads||Have a bit more time? These resources go into more detail about the areas you need to know about to manage your research.|
|In-depth||If you want to learn about a topic in depth you can explore resources including recordings of our training sessions or book an online consultation with one of our team.|
If you are really interested in a topic you will find suggestions for further reading on each page. For convenience we have also provided resource quick links on each page so you can skip straight to a resource as needed.