We are still offering consultation services during the COVID-19 move to online instruction. Please feel free to reach out for virtual appointments! For more information on library services and resources, please click here.
The Northeastern University Library remains dedicated to supporting the research needs of the Northeastern community by providing access to a number of databases and other research materials, as well as services and expert staff members to help with the research process. Learn more about accessing our online collections here and learn more about our services below.
Librarians are available to answer your questions!
Data analysis and visualization tools
We have a guide to frequently used data visualization tools, but you can also check with Information Technology Services for the latest information on particular tools. If a tool you are interested in using is normally accessed using computers on campus, you can look into accessing software from Northeastern computer labs using a virtual desktop.
Getting help and scheduling a consultations
We are offering virtual consultations for questions about data visualizations. To schedule a consult, please contact Kate Kryder at email@example.com.
View our web guide to GIS services in the library.
We can help you
Find resources to inform and enhance your projects
Manage the details of your research and publishing processes
Create graphics to clearly communicate your findings
Fulfill funder requirements for data and research outputs
Elevate the visibility and impact of your work
Our Bite-Sized Webinar series provide 20-minute practical introductions to research skills and tools relevant to Northeastern University faculty and graduate students.
Citation management tools are resources to help researchers organize, manage, and properly format their cited sources. Members of the Northeastern University community have access to a number of different options for citation management, either through subscribed tools like RefWorks and EndNote or open-source software like Zotero and Mendeley.