Have a citation for a journal article you want to find? Enter it into this form to see if the library has full-text online access.
Copyright at the University of Saskatchewan is part of the library. Learn how we can support your research and help you obtain clearance to use copyrighted materials appropriately.
Digital Research Centre
An innovative and flexible location with leading-edge technologies, the Digital Research Centre encourages collaborative partnerships and serves as a studio for the development of new media exhibitions.
Find Research Resources
Help finding and using information formats (government information, data, statistics, GIS, maps, patents, etc.)
Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal)
A database of full-text electronic resources including books, articles, theses, and documents as well as digitized materials such as photographs, archival resources, and maps focusing primarily on First Nations and Aboriginals of Canada with a secondary focus on North American and international Indigenous materials.
Institutional Repository (Harvest)
Preserves and promotes the discovery of research, scholarly, and artistic work by the University of Saskatchewan community including electronic theses and dissertations.
Can't find what you need in the University Library? We can get it for you. Request an interlibrary loan (ILL) or document delivery.
An ORCID ID is the best way to connect, aggregate and distinguish your USask research activities. Learn about the benefits of ORCID and register for your ORCID ID.
Request a Purchase
Is there something the library doesn't have that would benefit your students? Submit a request to your subject librarian.
Research Data Management
Develop a data management plan to organize, store, and share your research data.
Discover research resources recommended by our subject librarians.
Learn how to create a research profile to showcase your work online using platforms like ORCID, academic social networks, and departmental websites.
Find information and resources to support your scholarly publishing activities including the importance of open access, avoiding predatory publishers, and using research metrics.
University Archives and Special Collections
Supports research by acquiring, preserving, and making accessible the permanently valuable records of the University of Saskatchewan, in any medium including books, journals, manuscripts, archival collections and printed ephemera of a rare, valuable or regional nature. The collections include materials relating to Saskatchewan, Western Canada, and the University of Saskatchewan, including works by university authors.