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Library Subject Guides

Speech and Hearing Disorders: For Academic Staff



A database containing information about UC research outputs: publications, student supervisions, grants, teaching activities (many functions were previously in Profiler)


Used to record and manage your research outputs.

Elements, PBRF & Profiler support 

UC Research Repository

An open-access database of original research authored by Canterbury academics, researchers and postgraduate students. The aim of the Repository is to expose UC-authored research to as wide an audience as possible, by providing free access to full-text research through common Internet search tools, such as Google Scholar and Scopus.

More information about the Repository can be found here and contact details for Anton Angelo, the Research Data Coordinator, can be found here.

Scholarly Publication - UC Library subject guide see also this blog post on spotting dodgy journals


An registry of unique researcher identifiers.

ResearcherID (Thomson Reuters)

ResearcherID information integrates with the Web of Science and is ORCID compliant, allowing you to claim and showcase your publications from a single account.

Referencing and Bibliographic Management Software

EndNote Guide



Teaching Support from UC Library

Including online course design, Learn, copyright issues when teaching and adding materials to High Demand.

Subject Guides

Pathfinders to resources at UC, tailored for each subject.

Requesting a course text book be placed on High Demand

Information Resources

Collection Information for Library Liaison Officers

Each department has a designated person to act as their Library Liaison Officer (LLO). It is a voluntary role, and the person selected to undertake the responsibilities is organised by the department.

Recommending items to be purchased - email Margaret Paterson (subject librarian for Communication Disorders, Health Science and Psychology) for books, journals and databases. NOTE: journals and databases are reviewed annually (normally in July) and any new resources with an ongoing financial commitment will be considered at that time.