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Spectra & Spectral Data: Library Resources

How to find spectra and spectral data using free and UB subscription databases
Last Updated: Oct 7, 2020 10:41 AM

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  1. Citation Management
  2. Research Data Management
  3. Alternative Access to Articles (e.g, plug-ins)
  4. Browzine
  5. Research Guides

Citation Management

Download ENDNOTE.

The UB Libraries EndNote page provides an excellent guide to EndNote Basics and a FAQ page.

Ask a Librarian for EndNote help.  Check UB EndNote Workshops page for additional sessions on specific or advanced topics.

From Endnote - check out the EndNote Guide and EndNote Support  (searchable knowledge base of commonly asked questions). Contact EndNote for Product and Technical Support at 1-800-336-4474.

Research Data Management

UB Libraries' Guide to Research Data Management: This guide provides information and links to resources for data management, including data management plans, file organization and storage, and data sharing in repositories

You may also want to visit UB's Research Services Hub

Alternative Access to Articles

If you search for scholarly publications from off-campus or using tools like Google Scholar, you can use a browser plug-in to help locate the full text of the articles you need. The best part? These plug-ins are FREE (and some can connect to UB subscriptions too)!

Explore your options in the Alternative Access to Articles Guide


Browzine is a platform that you can use to access UB's journal holdings. Create a bookshelf of titles in order to easily browse the current issues. Additionally, this platform may be accessed from other devices. 

TUTORIAL Staying Current with Browzine 

Research Guides

Research Guides (aka Libguides) are prepared by UB librarians and organize UB resources by topic or academic discipline. Search all Available Topics or Search by Academic Subject.

A few recommended guides for the sciences:

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