Library Resources

Information on Publishing

Know why you should publish and how to avoid predatory journals

EBSCO Discovery Service

Access the Library's entire collection of information materials from one search point

Academic Integrity

Understand plagiarism, how to avoid it, and how to access plagiarism detection tools

Open Data Sources

The world has grown increasingly data-driven, but not all data is readily accessible. The Open Data initiative is an effort to remove restrictions on the access and use of data, enabling the realization of data-driven solutions in society, business and governance, academics, and healthcare.

Open Data allows for a more comprehensive understanding of global problems and universal issues. Listed below are sources of Open Data that are open for anyone to access, modify, reuse, and share for research purposes –

Local sources

International sources

Open Data is taking prominence as the world gradually embraces open systems. Countries, organizations, and institutions need to leverage open data in order to gain a competitive edge and play a notable role in the future. 

Open Data