This site provides links to online resources, books, and other sources of information on grants, grant writing, funding, 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.
The Brandeis Institutional Repository 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.
University Archives & Special Collections has tens of thousands of rare books and manuscript collections covering a wide range of topics, including history, literature, science, art, music, Judaica, and social movements. Archivists are available to help you use these materials in your teaching, learning, and research.
The Research Technology & Innovation teams manage the MakerLab and Automation Lab which feature 3D printing, laser cutting, robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, fabrication, and VR.
They also run our Digital Scholarship Lab which brings together students and faculty to pursue research questions through digital tools and methods.
As part of the Brandeis Library, Sound & Image Media Studios (SIMS) provides all members of the community with training and support for project work in video production, audio production, digital photography, graphic design and animation.
Harvard University Press published David Engerman’s book The Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in India, about the origins, evolution and essentially political nature of foreign aid. Engerman offers a research intensive history course called U.S. Responses to Global Inequality: Recent Histories. Read more about the research skills he teaches in the course.