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Psychology: For Faculty & Grad Students

Saving Searches and Setting-Up Alerts

Do you want to save time & re-run your saved searches and automatically receive the newest citations in your research area(s)?  If so, save your searches in your favorite databases and/or sign-up for Table of Content alerts in your favorite journals.

Synthesis Reviews

Are you thinking of conducting a synthesis review (systematic review, scoping review, realist review, etc.)?

Consult this Synthesis Review Toolkit which was developed to guide individuals from various academic backgrounds through their journey of conducting a synthesis review.

Supporting Research

Find out how the University Library can support your research or scholarly work through all stages of the research lifecycle; visit our Research page. 

Other Teaching and Learning Supports

  • Library and Canvas Integration: This guide is to help navigate and utilize all the library resources available to faculty and instructors in Canvas.

  • Course Reserves information for instructors.

  • To link directly to licensed library resources, such as e-journals, consult the Library's Direct Linking Guide. This guide will help you identify the proper link (DOI or permanent URL) as well as provide instructions on formatting links to ensure users can access the material on and off campus.

  • Do you have questions about Copyright? Consult the Copyright Office.

  • Do you want to learn more about Open Access? Consult the Library's Open Access Guide.

  • Do you have a suggestion for new psychology resources?  If so, pass them along via our Recommend for Purchase form.

  • Use the Interlibrary Loan service for acquiring materials not held by the University of Saskatchewan Library.

  • The information literacy instruction program encompasses a variety of teaching and learning activities offered by the University Library. We support information literacy in a variety of ways including instructional support, individualized research consultations, drop-in sessions, tours, library materials, etc.  Please contact me to learn more!

Grad Help: Resources

If you are a Grad Student interested in learning more about the thesis/dissertation process, publishing your work, the student/supervisor mentoring relationship, or other useful grad-specific information, consult our Grad learning support page

Liaison's Role

As the Psychology Liaison Librarian, I am responsible for providing a wide range of library services to students and faculty in the Psychology Department. 

This includes providing library instruction and research assistance/consultations, selecting psychology resources, promoting information literacy, developing instructional support, etc.