This resource guide is intended to support students participating in the Kellogg Institute Undergraduate Research Initiative.
We hope you will find this curated selection of campus resources helpful to you as you expand your research skills and work with faculty members.
To suggest revisions or additions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transcription Pedal & Software: How to reserve and use a transcription pedal to type audio/video captions or transcriptions hands-free.
Campus Software Availability Maps: View open computer lab seats; hover over a seat to view software installed on that station.
Direct link to the Hesburgh Library Specialty Computer Labs map
Direct link to the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship Computer Lab map
Data Analysis with Stata TUTORIAL
There is a campus LaTeX user Google Group (LaTeXemail@example.com) intended to serve as a community/peer support forum.
ORCID: Sign up for your free ORCID, which provides a persistent digital identifier (an ORCID iD) that you own and control, and that distinguishes you from every other researcher. You can connect your iD with your professional information — affiliations, grants, publications, peer review, and more. (example profile)
Specialty Software: View a list of specialty software available through the Hesburgh Libraries and Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship.
Career Center Opportunities to Develop Your Skills: Best tip—"Sign up for one of Notre Dame’s OIT IT courses - all students are welcome. If 5 or more students would like a certain course, the department will set up a special time for them that fits their schedule!"
Citing & Managing Sources: Try out Mendeley, RefWorks, or Zotero—these free products are immeasurably helpful in increasing your efficiency when writing research papers and organizing your literature.
Multimedia Resources: View options for recording and editing multimedia files.
Qualitative Research: View a curated list of resources related to furthering qualitative research projects, including library resources, campus centers/institutes, technology, and more.
Remix.nd.edu: Step-by-step instructions for completing a variety of multimedia projects (including conference posters, podcasts, and more). TUTORIAL
Research Data Services: View library resources and suggestions for ensuring your research data is findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. Review our "Tips for Effective & Collaborative Research" workshop slides.
Scanning and Editing Scans TUTORIAL