The National Academies Press is offering more than 4,000 titles in PDF format. All of these PDFs can be downloaded for free by the chapter or the entire book.
Assistant Professor, Dr. Lisa Rose-Wiles, has just had published an article, “The High Cost of Science Journals: A Case Study and Discussion” in the peer-reviewed Journal of Electronic Resource Librarianship. The article addresses the question, “Why are science journals so expensive?”—a topic of interest to anyone working, teaching or studying in the sciences today. Read more: http://works.bepress.com/lisa_rose_wiles/23/
Seton Hall University Museum Profession Graduate Candidates Danielle Shimkus and Pam Schwartz are co-curating an exhibition of sacred artifacts from Seton Hall’s special collections and from around the Archdiocese of Newark through Oct. 14 in the Walsh Gallery.
For more information about the exhibit, THE WAY, THE TRUTH, THE LIFE: SACRED ARTIFACTS FROM THE SETON HALL COLLECTIONS
- Thursday, September 15, 2011
10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Walsh Library , 1 Floor , Room Beck C
- SciVerse Scopus offers an easy-to-use platform with sophisticated tools to help track, analyze and visualize research and evaluate the research output of our institute. Please join us for a demonstration and training session. Lunch is included.
- Open to all SHU faculty, administrators and graduate students.
- Contact: Lisa Rose-Wiles, Lisa.Rose-Wiles@shu.edu
Did you know that we participate in Google Scholar’s Library Links program? A link will automatically be provided on the search results page if the library can provide you with access to the article.
To enable the linking from your computer:
- Go to Google Scholar (NOT regular Google!) and click on Scholar Preferences (you may need to click first on the ‘hub’ icon on the top right of the page)
- Type “Seton Hall University” in the search box and click on “FIND LIBRARY’
- Under “Library Links”, make sure that the 2 boxes below are selected:
- Open WorldCat – Library Search
- Seton Hall University Libraries – Ful-text via Linksource
4. Click “save preferences’ (top right of page)
When you complete a search on Google Scholar and an article is available through the library, follow the hyperlink Full-Text via LinkSource. If you are working off campus, you will be prompted for your PirateNet ID and password.
TIP: when searching on Google Scholar, take advantage of the “advanced search” features such as exact phrase, terms appear only in the article title, and date restrictions. Just remember, not all Google scholar articles are “scholarly” , and there are many excellent databases that Google Scholar does not search.