Information for researchers about research data management, publishing, open access, training and support.
There are many ways to discover and access scholarly works, both through the University’s subscribed content and through open access resources.
Guidance and resources to help with writing systematic and literature reviews.
Data management planning
A data management plan describes the data you will collect during your research and how it will be managed, both during and after the project.
As a researcher, you will frequently make use of third party copyright material. You will also produce intellectual creations of your own. This webpage deals with these issues.
This guide gives an introduction to bibliometrics and altmetrics and how you can use them to track attention received by published research outputs.
Read our policy support for Open Research and find practical support.
Text and data mining
Text and data mining (TDM) is the process of extracting information from existing files, usually using computational methods.
Building community around data visualisation at the University of Sheffield.
The SafePod at The University of Sheffield is a safe setting allowing researchers to access sensitive datasets.
Cultural and Heritage collections
Visit the Cultural and Heritage collections, where we collect, preserve and provide access to our extraordinary collections.
Guidance on finding, accessing and producing your own scholarly publications.
Open FAIR data
When sharing research data there are a few simple steps you can take to make it discoverable and accessible. This will help potential collaborators to find your work and you to reuse your data in the future.
White Rose University Press
If you’re an early career researcher looking to publish your own book or start up your own journal explore the options offered by White Rose University Press.
Copyright and licensing
Guidance designed to support our staff and students in making appropriate decisions with regard to copyrighted material, both their own and that of others.