The Library partners with faculty, students, and staff in research activities locally, nationally and internationally. Our library experts are embedded at critical points in the research lifecycle providing collections, information resources, innovative tools and services to support scholarly inquiry. 


Find a Subject Librarian or Make an Appointment

Live chat available Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm (EST), click on the "Ask Us Now!" button.

Visiting Researchers

The libraries are open to visitors and community members, see Dartmouth Libraries and Hours.



The extensive print and digital collections of Dartmouth’s libraries serve as vital extensions of the campus’s teaching and research facilities.

Research Guides 

Use the best resources we have, selected by librarians.

Learn How to Cite Sources and Manage References 

Our guides, general or Biomedical focused, can get you started with these useful tools: Zotero and Mendeley.


Find, Organize, Analyze, Store, and Share your Research Data

We are available to help you understand your research data management needs and recommend best practices for keeping your data usable, now and into the future.

Visualize Data

We offer support for a variety of tools to help you better understand, visualize, and effectively communicate your data.

Publish and Share Scholarly Research and Other Works

We can help you understand the possibilities for publishing research and provide platforms for distributing scholarship.

Understand Laws for Sharing and Using Works

We can guide you through the general principles of copyright and intellectual property law and how they may apply to specific situations.

Work with a Librarian on Your Next Systematic Review 

We provide consultation, training, and/or expert search services in support of your next systematic or scoping review.