The University at Buffalo Libraries designate a Subject Librarian to serve as a liaison to each academic department, school, research center, program and course. These librarians are specialists in the areas they serve and are the primary Libraries’ contacts for faculty and students. Contact your librarian today!
The University at Buffalo Libraries are providing EndNote™ citation management software to UB's academic community. The UB site license for EndNote™ is funded by the University at Buffalo Libraries, with partial support from the Technology Fee.
The Research Tips site is an online guide designed to help you perform research in the University at Buffalo Libraries. This research guide will help you understand basic research skills.
The Russian Science Citation Index on the Web of Science platform enables discovery of new insights from high quality Russian publications. It covers fields such as engineering, material science, and ecology. Both English and Russian search terms can be used. The entire search interface language can be changed from English to seven other languages including Chinese, Russian, and Spanish.
PolicyFile indexes, abstracts, and links to research on a large diversity of public policy issues. Both domestic and international organizations are covered. Features include: direct links to the full texts of policy research reports and studies available online and direct links to the homepages of policy-related organizations. Among represented organizations are: the Hoover Institution, the International Monetary Fund, OECD, the RAND Corporation, and the World Bank.
Essential Science Indicators (ESI) identifies the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in their field of study — as well as emerging research areas that could impact their work.
Cherie Williams plans, develops, establishes, implements and administers the personnel and human resources management functions of the University Libraries.
Nell Aronoff, Medical Education Services Librarian, is the Libraries liaison to the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Nell provides research guidance for faculty and students by integrating current trends in health sciences librarianship with data management and new information technologies.
Amy Lyons, Interim Director of the Health Sciences Library, provides leadership and direction to HSL faculty and staff, and participates in the strategic planning, program development, and future forecasting of the Health Sciences Library which serves the five UB health sciences schools.