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Researcher resources

This section is constantly being updated. If you would like to share a set of information currently not included then please contact the UHI Research Office at RO@uhi.ac.ukUse the navigation bar to the left to access all of the information contained in this section.

All journal and collections information can be accessed in the UHI Libraries area.

Additional areas within the library section to explore are :

  • The ‘Latest eResources Additions’ page contains all the information about the latest resources purchased;
  • The collections are also linked to from the appropriate places in the A-Z Online Resources pages.
  • Many of the individual journals can also be found in the eJournal Gateway
  • Many of the journals and collections can also be searched down to article / item level on MultiSearch, which can be found on the UHI Library Home page

If you have any questions regarding eResources please contact Elizabeth McHugh, Electronic Resources Manager, T: 01349 780 217

Additional information you may be interested in, available in the Staff Development section:

  • UHI Mentoring Scheme
  • Researcher Sabbatical Scheme
  • About the Research Excellence Framework (REF) process
  • Staff Development funds
  • UHI Mentoring Scheme
  • Leadership, Ambassador, MEd and PgCert Programmes
  • Researcher Concordat
  • Athena SWAN charter recognition

Externally available information for researchers:

2013 Elsevier analysis of UK research within the global research context - an international comparative performance report (8.3MB pdf).

Vitae for researcher development and support / Vitae researcher booklets and guides

All 6642 case studies submitted to REF2014 are now available to search, read and download from a tool provided by HEFCE.

BiodivERsa Stakeholder engagement handbook and associated resources
The objective of the Handbook is to provide a framework and selection of tools so that each research consortium can determine which types of stakeholder engagement are the most profitable for their research project. More on BiodivERsa website.

Elsevier Early Career Resources minisite - Careers and funding: Writing and publishing: Networking: Guides: Recommended reading: Workshops

Newly launched is the Elsevier Publishing Campus, a free and open online training platform covering topics such as the fundamentals of getting published, peer review and ethics, effective grant writing, techniques and tools for promoting their work. This is provided through online lectures, interactive training courses, webinars, professional advice from experts, useful resources such as guides, crib sheets, articles and blogs.