Library and Learning Services
How Library and Learning Services can support your research, throughout the research cycle.
We provide resources, advice and support for our research community. We also help you to share your research in line with the University policies.
Our support for researchers is based on the different stages of the research cycle.
Discover and find
Support from your Academic Liaison Librarian
Get help with finding and evaluating specialist resources, evidence and information.
Special collections and archives
How to access special collections and archives at York St John University.
Search subject resources
Explore our A-Z list of databases and subject based tools.
Using other libraries
Schemes and services to help you access other libraries across the UK.
Request books and journal articles from other libraries.
Research grants and funding
Get help with research grant applications and find out about the postgraduate researcher Research Support Fund.
Collect and manage
Choose from a selection of tools to help you store references and create bibliographies.
Information about the ethics approval process with supporting resources.
Research data management
A guide to managing and organising data effectively throughout a research project.
Surveys and data analysis
Survey and data analysis software available at York St John University.
Write and publish
Digital skills support
Book 1 to 1 training for University software and systems or browse self-help resources.
Copyright and licensing
Information about copyright and publishing your research.
Advice and resources to help find a publisher.
Research funder policies
Publishing requirements for research funder grant holders.
Our Open Access (OA) policy and approach.
Share and impact
RaY (Research at York St John)
Find out about RaY, the University's institutional repository service.
Measure research impact
Gauge the online conversations surrounding specific research using bibliometrics, Web of Science and InCites.
RaYDaR (Research at York St John Data Repository)
Find out about RaYDaR, the University's open data repository service.
Find out how to create an ORCID iD and add it to your research outputs.
Information about open data, research data that is free to download, share and reuse.