For more personalized assistance, you can request to book a one-on-one consultation with one of our grad student assistants for any of the following services:
Please note this is NOT a drop-in service. You must book an appointment using the Consultation Request button below.
The Consultation Request form provides the possible times for each type of service.
For assistance with literature and systematic reviews, research data, etc. contact the liaison librarian for your subject.
If you want to work with an awesome team of Graduate Students, this may be the job for you. Interested applicants can read the description and application instructions below.
Note: At this time we are only hiring in the area of Quantitative Data Analysis.
If you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UBC Research Commons is located within Koerner Library. We offer a welcoming, interdisciplinary, research-driven learning environment for graduate students. The Research Commons offers workshops and one-to-one assistance with citation management tools; two data analysis tools, for both quantitative and qualitative data; and thesis formatting to help students meet UBC’s thesis formatting requirements.
We provide workshops and consultations, and partner with other organizations, on the following topics:
Thesis Formatting Support
Citation Management (Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero, EndNote)
Quantitative Data Analysis software (R, SPSS)
Qualitative Data Analysis software (NVivo)
Graduate Student Writing
Copyright for your Thesis
Literature Review / Systematic Review
Research Data Management
Publishing a Journal Article