• Open Access Week: Teachers

  • Researcher development training for 2021/22

    The full researcher training programme for 2021/22, including new sessions Our Research Support Team provides training workshops for all researchers including students and staff; these are included in the University’s Researcher Development Programme. Workshops cover topics such as publishing your research, open access, using Pure and EndNote, and writing a strong data management plan.

  • All About Scopus

    What is Scopus?  Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature across disciplines, making it a great tool for doing research. It also provides access to reliable article data, metrics and analytical tools. As well as the search function, Scopus has a powerful current awareness tool so new research in your discipline can be emailed…

  • Research in one click with LibKey Nomad

    About LibKey Nomad  LibKey Nomad is a web browser extension that enables you to see with one-click which research articles are available open access or through Edge Hill library subscriptions. Nomad identifies the quickest way to access the full-text of an article and helps avoid paywalls.  

  • Research for everybody: making Edge Hill research more accessible

    We share what we’re doing to make the most popular research in Edge Hill Pure fully accessible, so everyone can learn and build upon it.

  • Keep up to date with BrowZine

    Looking to stay current with your favourite journals and across disciplines? Now you can with BrowZine, a new desktop and mobile-friendly service helping you to browse and read journals quickly and easily.

  • EndNote 20 is here

    Here we bring together all the guidance on using the new version of EndNote at home or on-campus. What is EndNote? EndNote is reference management software best used for research projects. It has lots of advanced features, but can take a long time to learn and master. If you wish to use referencing software for…

  • Upcoming Events: research and society

    By Helen Bell, Research Support Team Take a quick look at what is coming up over the next couple of months, in case there is a free event that you will find interesting and informative. January Join the British Library’s panel of experts who will be exploring Trump’s impact on domestic and foreign politics. ‘You’re…

  • Looking back: Open Access Week 2020

    Open Access Week is celebrated by universities and researchers from around the world, aiming to make openness a default value for research and how we share it. It could not take place at a busier time for academic libraries but, ever year the community comes together to share great practice and talks by inspiring individuals…

  • Pure: new guides available

    Pure is the University’s new research information repository, replacing our previous system EHRA (Edge Hill Research Archive). The new repository looks great and showcases the excellent research being done at Edge Hill, and you can now add your research outputs to Pure. There are a wide range of options, and some of you might not…