Information for Researchers
The Library supports you throughout the whole research cycle, no matter what stage you are in your research career.
The research community at Lancaster is diverse, including postgraduates, research students, and academic staff from all disciplines. We work with you and our colleagues across the University, to provide resources, services, systems and support to help you achieve your research goals.
You may also find these sections useful:
Finding and Managing Information
You have access to a wealth of print and electronic resources through the Library. We can help you to find what you need effectively, and manage your research information.More Information
Research Data Management
We can help you plan, organise, access, and preserve & share your electronic research data, in whatever form they take.More Information
Open access is changing the scholarly publishing landscape. We offer support and information on what you need to consider when you're ready to share your findings.More Information
Measuring the impact or influence of your research is becoming more important to the University and to you as an individual. We can help you identify tools and metrics.More information
Support and Training
We offer one-to-one support, short Research Bites sessions and in-depth workshops to researchers and postgraduates.More information
Quick links to the Manual of Academic Regulations and Procedures (MARP), Research Support Office, Research Councils and other useful sources of advice and support.More information