Scholarly Communication Services provides resources and expertise surrounding the scholarly publication cycle – from initial stages of data management planning through the dissemination and archiving of scholarly works.
Consultations available for:
SHERPA RoMEO is an online resource that aggregates and analyzes publisher open access policies from around the world and provides summaries of self-archiving permissions and conditions of rights given to authors on a journal-by-journal basis.
Research Data Services supports UT faculty, students, and staff across all disciplines in the management of research data. They work with partners across campus to connect researchers with the appropriate tools, resources, and expertise for dealing with data at every stage, from the earliest planning phase, through dissemination and archiving.
Consultations available for:
Data Management Planning
Data Organization & Curation
Data Sharing & Publishing
GIS and Geospatial Data Services provides UT researchers with support for searching and manipulating geospatial data. From Austin to Texas to the United States to the World, if your research involves geographic data, this is where you should start your research. Consultations are also available.
The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) serves as the coordinating office for externally funded research and sponsored projects at The University of Texas at Austin. The goal of the OSP is to assist faculty and professional research staff in their efforts to secure and ensure proper stewardship of external funding
The TGRC contains core publications from The Foundation Center, the leading source of philanthropy information, as well as other major materials in fund development, grants, and nonprofit management. It provides free access to multiple Foundation Center online funding research tools.
Updated daily, with this tool researchers, faculty and research administrators gain a competitive edge when identifying funding opportunities. With Pivot, connecting the right opportunities with the right people is routine.
Pivot is a power tool that:
Provides access to the most comprehensive global source of funding opportunities—totaling billions of dollars and growing
Identifies researcher expertise from within or outside of your organization from millions of profiles from leading research organizations worldwide (more than 3.6 million researcher profiles)
Fosters collaboration by cultivating essential partnerships and alliances
Enhances communication, monitoring, and tracking amongst individual faculty, teams, or researchers and the Research Development office
Allows the focus to be on winning the necessary awards and grants
Builds strong network connections for future opportunities
Allow you to include your institution’s internal funding within Pivot
Help your institution gain more attention with the Pivot Profiles
Pivot brings together research opportunities, funding, and people providing access to a comprehensive global source of funding opportunities, researcher expertise, and more.
See the Pivot LibGuide for additional information.
When a new federal funding opportunity is made available, it is first announced here along with deadlines, eligibility requirements and other rules/criteria. Limit your search by date and to the notice section.
Mission is to develop and disseminate high quality data on nonprofit organizations and their activities for use in research on the relationships between the nonprofit sector, government, the commercial sector, and the broader civil society.
Updated monthly. Contains basic directory information for more than 210 million U.S. residents and 14 million businesses in all zip code areas of the United States. Information includes name of business, address, telephone number, headquarters, branch and subsidiaries identification, SIC codes, yellow pages headings, ticker symbol, credit rating, number of employees, and estimated sales volume. Also includes some federal, state, and municipal offices.
ReferenceUSA can also be used to create maps and charts of business locations.
IES Policy Regarding Public Access to Research: The Institute of Education Sciences is committed to advancing education research through the sharing of publications and scientific data that emanate from funded research. This page provides an overview of expectations for providing public access to publications and data along with links to more detailed information regarding these requirements.
NIH Policy & Compliance:The information provided on this website is designed to assist the extramural community in understanding the compliance obligations of their grant award, and understand the proper use of grant fund.