Research

Meet with a librarian

Librarians are available to help you find sources, refine your topic, and explore our collections.

We offer two options for scheduling a research consultation:

1. Schedule a consultation directly with a subject librarian.

Our librarians have expertise in different subjects across the sciences & social sciences. 

Use our online scheduler to choose from a list of librarians and schedule a consultation.

2. Request a research consultation

Not sure where to begin or which librarian can help you with your research ? 

Use our form to submit a request and be matched with someone who can help.

Meet with a statistical consultant

The statistical consultants are available for one-on-one consultations via Microsoft Teams. Available times can be found at the following link:

Statistical consultant schedule

Browse our research guides

Research guides are online collections of resources that are curated by Yale Librarians.  They are great place to start looking for library resources or a specific topic.

Yale Library research guides

Keep track of your research materials

Citation managers can help you keep track of all of the journal articles, books, websites, and other materials that you use for your research and projects. Yale offers free access and support for EndNote, EndNote Web, Refworks, Zotero, and Mendeley.

Citation management tools and resources

Look for maps or get GIS help at Yale

Yale’s collection includes historical and contemporary maps, as well as online resources and software for mapping and geospatial analysis. Marx Library offers GIS workshops and consultations on geospatial projects.

Yale Map Collection

GIS workshops