Welcome PhD students! Below is a list of tips and library resources that can help you with your research and teaching at Rotman.
Getting started with journals? You can search the catalogue by journal title, database, or search within the library catalogue which searches across journals, databases and e-book packages. For business journal aggregators, we subscribe to Business Source Premier, JSTOR, and ABI/Inform and CBCA within ProQuest.
If you are using Google Scholar off-campus, here are the instructions for connecting it to articles that U of T subscribes to.
Research Impact & Researcher Identity Guide - Includes bibliometrics and altmetrics available at the University of Toronto.
Information about Research Data Management support services.
Rotman TD Management Data and Analytics Lab - Student Services
U of T Map and Data Library - Data resources, workshops, and more. Their online tutorials are available here, data visualization tutorials here and additional data visualization information is available here.
CARMA (Center for the Advancement of Research Methods) Video Library
Teaching? Please see our support services here, including adding permalinks to your syllabus or in Quercus.
Interested in citation management software tools? Gerstein library has created a comparison chart that includes free software as well as any U of T discounts available.
Looking for a book or journal article we don't have at U of T? Use the Get It! UTL button in the catalogue or go directly to RACER for inter-library loan.
How your librarians can help:
- find resources
- refine search terms
- research appointments to discuss search strategy/provide database instruction