TODAY IS D-DAY AT THE LIBRARY – Please join us at 11.00 a.m

The library invites all members of the Seton Hall community to visit  us today, April 18th, where there will be a ribbon cutting at 11.00 am by the circulation desk to celebrate the launch of a new research tool that will appear on the library home page.

There will also be a kiosk provided by the TLTC where researchers may utilize the new tool. Food and demonstrations will be provided outside the dean’s office on the library’s second floor.

Librarians will be available for special, advanced research instruction until 2 pm.

Navigating Copyright: Information for Faculty & Administrators

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable Presents:
A Copyright Symposium

Monday, April 23, 2012;  10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Beck room, Walsh Library , First Floor

Are you confused about copyright? Unsure what you can (and cannot) place on reserve or distribute to your students, colleagues or friends? Do you know how your own work is protected by copyright? What about downloading? What about social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest? How does Copyright relate to Google Scholar and Google Books?

This session is designed to provide basic copyright information, promote discussion and answer your questions. Guest speaker: David Opderbeck, Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School.

Register here »


Contact: Lisa Rose-Wiles, lisa.rose-wiles@shu.edu or (973) 275-2047

 

16th Annual Petersheim Academic Exposition: An SHU Community Event The Petersheim Academic Exposition 2012: Share, Honor, Unite will take place on Tuesday, April 17 – Saturday, April 21, 2012

 

World War II and its Aftermath: New Acquisitions in the Valente Collection

Italy entered World War II in 1940; by its end, in 1945, several hundred thousands of Italians had lost their lives and many of Italy’s towns and cities were in ruins. This tumultuous period of Italian history is documented in the numerous personal narratives, pictorial works and historical accounts that recently have been acquired as part of the Valente Italian collection, located on the third floor of Walsh library. The Valente Collection is open to all researchers, who wish to consult its extensive print resources. Most materials can be borrowed by the Seton Hall community, those individuals with a Rebl card, and faculty in the Vale Academic Library Consortium. It is open during the library’s normal working hours.

For more information, please see http://www.shu.edu/academics/libraries/valente-italian-library.cfm.

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