In Walsh library, we have 27 Group Study Rooms spread out between the 3rd & 4th floors.
Group Study Room keys can be checked out by a group of students and must be returned by the end of the day (when the library closes). There is an 8-hour daily limit imposed on groups using study rooms during finals (when the library is open 24 hours) in both Fall and Spring semesters. Our complete group study room policy is here.
Due to heavy demand this semester, all group study rooms are claimed and in use by noon each weekday.
We would like to make more group study rooms available to more students, and are seeking student feedback with a brief survey.
Currently enrolled SHU students may take part in this survey by going here: http://shu.libsurveys.com/Study-Room-Survey
Thanks to all who participate!
Assistant Dean for Public Services
Seton Hall University Libraries have recently acquired a license for Passport, Euromonitor International’s global market research database. Passport provides strategic analysis of industries, countries, and consumers and companies. It offers integrated access to internationally comparable statistics, full-text market reports and real time news analysis from industry and country experts.
Passport allows students to:
- Use Passport’s global, regional and national statistics to measure market performance, recognize category growth potential, assess new country markets and identify new consumer segments
- Understand the competitive landscape, evaluate competitor strategies, review issues driving change and consider future outlook scenarios
- Recognize the impact and implications of events making the news
With Passport, students are able to put classroom theory into practice and create reports with real-world relevance for projects such as:
- Scenario planning
- Risk assessment
- Market entry studies
- Product and brand strategy
- Competitor intelligence
- Industry benchmarking
- Route to market strategy
- Marketing and advertising strategy
- Export strategy
- Consumer segmentation and customer profiles
- Consumer insight
- SWOT analysis
- Mergers & acquisitions evaluation
- Investment due diligence
You can find out about this database, as well as other business and economics databases, by visiting out Business & Economics Research Guide.
Our inaugural Seton Hall University Libraries Newsletter (Fall 2016) is now available!
Check it out here!
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With Midterms set to begin immediately following the Fall Break, there will be no guest access to computers starting Wednesday October 12th through Friday November 4th.
Only SHU students, faculty, administrators, staff and Alumni (with proper ID) can access the library’s computers, during this time period.
Guest access will resume on Saturday, November 5th.
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HeinOnline is an excellent legal resource for US Government Research, Diplomacy, International Law and History that you can access on or off campus.
Please join Seton Hall University Libraries Tuesday, October 11 from 11am -12pm for an informative webinar to learn more about this powerful database.
This free webinar is open to undergraduate, graduate students and faculty. You can call in from home, or join us in the Dean’s Conference Room (2nd Floor – Walsh Library) for the program. Light refreshments will be served.
To RSVP, please click here. Space is limited to 25 participants. We will send out the link for calling in on October 11th. For more information please contact Lisa Deluca.
Can’t join us? You can start with HeinOnline here http://library.shu.edu/hein and visit these links: