This site provides links to online resources, books, and other sources of information on grants, grant writing, funding, scholarships, and fellowships.
Guides to information on funding and grants, scholarships, and fellowships.
Subject librarians are available to help you use library and technology resources in your teaching, learning, and research
The Brandeis Library offers workshops and sessions on citation management, research strategies, data analysis and management, presentation tools, quantitative and qualitative software, and discipline/subject-specific resources.
“In a better world, high-quality, peer-reviewed information would be freely available soon after its creation; it would be digital by default, but optionally available in print for a price; it would be easy to find, and it would be available long after its creation, at a stable address, in a stable form.” - John Unsworth, former Vice Provost, University Librarian and Chief Information Officer, Brandeis University
Brandeis University provides a repository to preserve and provide free online access to work produced by Brandeis faculty and students. The content of the Brandeis Institutional Repository is organized in “communities” that reflect the academic and administrative structure of Brandeis University. For example, the community for the School of Arts and Sciences has “sub-communities” for each department and program. Within the communities or sub-communities, “collections” of works can be organized by research group, individual faculty member, content type or other logical groupings that meet the community’s need.