News: Research

The UC Davis Library conducts an active research program, both in partnership with UC Davis faculty and in research projects of our own that inform the future of scholarly communication, information science and library operations.
Your fields are constantly evolving. Are you looking for different ways to keep up with new knowledge in 2019 but get overwhelmed by all the different ways to access scholarly articles? With BrowZine you can: Browse and read journals: Browse thousands of top journals by subject, easily review tables ...
January 10, 2019 • Amy Studer
The campus site license for EndNote will end on August 31, 2018, according to a recent announcement on the campus Information and Educational Technology (IET) software website. For assistance migrating to another version of EndNote or an alternative reference management service such as Mendeley or Zotero, please contact your ...
August 10, 2018 • Alesia McManus
For every book or reading assigned on your course syllabus, the library has another source, which can help explain, interpret, and help you better understand the context of your course. If you are looking for a head start this quarter, meet with a librarian at the Library Research Consult desk. ...
January 9, 2018
Librarians specializing in the humanities and social sciences have assisted over 600 students so far this quarter and we are ready to help you with your end-of-the-quarter assignments. As the Fall Quarter winds down and assignments and term paper deadlines approach, meet with a librarian to make sure you are ...
November 29, 2017
Digital scholarship helps researcher develop novel approach to measuring the impact of scholarly publications Implicit bias — the attitudes and stereotypes that can affect our actions in an unconscious manner — is increasingly a hot topic in academic hiring and admissions. But what about its impact on how researchers cite ...
October 25, 2017
  UC Davis legend has it that if one rubs the egghead outside Peter J. Shields Library, one can improve one’s grades. While there hasn’t been a conclusive study verifying the accuracy of this assertion, research does show that effective use of the library may improve your GPA and lead to ...
October 23, 2017