As part of the public service programming offered by the University Libraries to aid our students especially as we move towards the end of the semester.
The first talk is a session that will especially benefit individuals who are writing their theses or dissertations, but all students and faculty are welcome to attend . . .
“Understanding Copyright and Permissions Online”
Wednesday, November 16th from 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Remote Event, Register via the Following Site: https://shu.libcal.com/event/9778862
The most common issue with ETD’s is reusing copyrighted material (usually images) without first obtaining permission from the copyright holder. This delays the acceptance of your dissertation or thesis. Avoid these pesky problems by learning what you may or may not reproduce without permission from the copyright holder (for journal articles, that’s usually the publisher), how to request permission, and what to do when you can’t get permission or find out who to ask.
Graduate students planning to submit a dissertation or thesis this year and their advisors are very strongly encouraged to attend this valuable session.
Library Guide: https://library.shu.edu/copyright2022
A talk by our Campus Minister, Father Nicolas Sertich will be presented to offer details on Campus Ministry and how their work has impacted on the University Library and campus overall.
“Campus Ministry – An Introduction By Father Nicholas Sertich In-Person”
Wednesday, November 16th from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Commons Area, Second Floor of Walsh Library
Please join us for a presentation on the work of Campus Ministry at Seton Hall University trough the perspective of Father Nicholas Sertich. This promises to be an informative and enjoyable event!