Get help from the UTM Library for your online teaching, learning and research

While U of T library buildings are closed, we continue to provide access to many online resources and digital materials to support your instruction, learning and research.
Resource / service Description
# Bibliographic Management Apps

Collect, manage, and sync your references using dedicated cross-platform software like EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero. You can generate bibliographies in whatever citation style you want and easily share your research.

# Citation Style Help

Visit this guide to learn the basics of references, citations, and best practices to properly use sources in your research. 
 

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# FLC Remote Software Access

Get remote access to Bloomberg, FactSet, ProFile, and more specialized software available at the FLC. Consult this page to learn which programs are available as free downloads, free trials, or through UTM's virtual Xenweb platform.

# HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service

Read digitized versions of more than 2.5 million print books held by U of T Libraries while our physical libraries are closed.

# Learn Anywhere

Learn tips, tools, and strategies for remote learning, from participating in class discussions and taking tests in Quercus to attending lectures and seminars with Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate. 

Liaison Librarian Reference Consults

 Did you know there’s a librarian supporting every program at UTM? Email your librarian and get expert help for those tough research questions! 

# Reference Guides

Learn about finding articles, checking for peer review, citation rules, and more in these short printable guides. You can also watch video tutorials on YouTube!

# Reference Help

Having trouble with your research or not sure how to get started? You can contact us many different ways to get help:

  • Ask a Librarian: Chat with reference experts to get fast, efficient help with your research questions from home.
  • Email us: Send us your research questions and we will connect you with a reference specialist.
  • Librarian consults: Did you know there’s a librarian supporting every program at UTM? Contact yours and get expert help for those tough research questions!
# Starting Points

Not sure where to begin your research? Check out our Starting Points for links to subject-specific databases, encyclopaedias, dictionaries, citation tools, and much more!