University Library

Resources on how to find, evaluate, and cite print and electronic sources. Get tips on the research process and see their interactive Help page,where you can chat with faculty librarians.

Student Learning Services

Programs include the Writing Help Centre, which offers free, one-on-one help to clarify, organise, and revise your writing, in-person or online. Other services include study skills help, tech help, library skills help, and math and stats help. 

Workshops and Webinars

The University of Saskatchewan Library hosts numerous workshops each semester to help you navigate research, writing, citations, math and stats, and study skills. 

The Student Undergraduate Research Experience has a wealth of recorded workshops and webinars related to communication, research, and professional development. 

How-To Tipsheets

The Undergraduate Research Initiative regularly creates and updates helpful tipsheets to support student learning and development. Check them out. 

Research Ethics

The University of Saskatchewan adheres to the highest standards of ethics in research concerning human participants, animals, or biohazardous materials.

If you're doing research, contact the Research Ethics Office to see if your research might require ethics approval.

Students who are entering a research project may need to take a research ethics course from the Tri-Agencies (TCPS2: Core) or animal ethics from USask. 

SURE: Student Undergraduate Research Experience

The SURE: Student Undergraduate Research Experience is a co-curricular program which gives credit for students who engage in additional research training in three areas: communications; research technical  management, ethics and safety; and professional and entrepreneurial development. Watch PAWS: each term requires a separate registration.

The SURE program hosts experts from across and beyond campus for training webinars, on topics as wide-ranging as how to search the library for your project, to engaging with issues of equity, diversity and inclusion. These webinars are recorded and open to all students to view. 

Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning

This Centre offers a variety of courses, resources, and services to help faculty members and instructors improve the quality of their teaching. Their resources help with Indigenizing curricula, designing classes, using technology in teaching, and incorporating different teaching techniques.