Research Resources

When you’re trying something new, looking to resources for help can be beneficial. We’ve gathered links from across campus and developed some one-page How To guides with both background information and specific tips to help you on your way.

  • University Library: Resources on how to find, evaluate, and cite print and electronic sources. Get tips on the research process and see their interactive Help page,where you can chat with faculty librarians.

  • Student Learning Services: Programs include the Writing Help Centre, which offers free, one-on-one help to clarify, organise, and revise your writing, in-person or online. Other services include study skills help and math and stats help. 

  • Research Ethics: The University of Saskatchewan adheres to the highest standards of ethics in research concerning human participants, animals, or biohazardous materials. Contact the Research Ethics Office to see if your research might require ethics approval.

  • iPortal: Learn about the Library's Indigenous Studies Portal research tool, a go-to resource for anyone doing work related to Aboriginal research.

  • Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness: This Centre offers a variety of courses, resources, and services to help faculty members and instructors improve the quality of their teaching. Their resources help with Indigenizing curricula, designing classes, using technology in teaching, and incorporating different teaching techniques.