Contact your department's subject librarian and learn about how we can help you with course specific research guides, library instruction, and course materials. We look forward to working with you.
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If there are any book or streaming media titles you would like to suggest, please use this book and streaming media order form to request an item for the library's collection.
Peruse Research Guides created by SHU Librarians on a variety of helpful topics including Citations and Avoiding Plagiarism, Scholarly Impact Metrics, Faculty Publications, and more.
If you have questions about copyright and fair use, please consult our Copyright and Fair Use research guide.
You can make specific resources easily available to your students, either through traditional reserves at the Walsh Library circulation desk or through electronic reserves. For more information, please visit our Course Reserves page.
Request library instruction sessions for your classes. Librarians are available to consult and collaborate with SHU faculty.
Seton Hall University Libraries provide Data Management Services for all SHU faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students.
Seton Hall University subscribes to several streaming video services for faculty. Those Services include: Kanopy a collection of more than 26,000 films from the Criterion Collection, Great Courses, PBS, and hundreds of other producers, Digital Campus provides access to over 25,000 commercial films, and Academic Video Online has a collection that includes Counseling and Therapy Video, Music Online: Classical Music Library, and Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000.
The Seton Hall eRepository is a service offered by the University Libraries and Seton Hall Law to service the needs of the SHU community in the preservation and dissemination of scholarly works. Faculty can create an author profile with Selected Works and start an online journal.
Interested in having your GA/RA check out items for you at the library? These guidelines will help walk you through the process!
University Libraries creates scholarly metrics reports for tenure and promotion candidates. Send questions to: email@example.com
These reports include journal rankings, acceptance rates, citations, h-indices, WorldCat counts, statistics from our e-Repository (including usage, social media, and news mentions) to help faculty prepare their tenure and promotion applications.
We will setup a faculty profile for you in the eRepository as a first step. If you would like to request a Scholarly Metrics Report, please fill out the Scholarly metrics form.