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SU Libraries’ librarians provides instructional and consultation services. Please contact your librarian directly or use the Instruction Request Form.
Suggest a Title to be added to our Library.
We welcome your requests for books and journals to purchase and be added to the library collection.
Library to Go Campus delivery will deliver and pick up books for Faculty. The Articles to Go electronic delivery service sends articles to all faculty, staff, and students, usually within 2 working days.
If we don't have a book or article you need, please request it. We will borrow it from another library at no charge to you.
Assistive Technology in the Library
In addition to the accessibility software on all library computers, the Assistive Technology Room (123 Bird) provides computers and additional equipment and software.
Citation Management Tool Support
For assistance or request for instruction session using Mendeley, Zotero, RefWorks, or Endnote, please email email@example.com
Library Data Services
The Libraries offer a broad range of research data services related to the identification, collection, management, analysis, and curation of quantitative and qualitative research data. To contact the Research Data Services group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data Services include:
The Numeric Data Resources Guide will provide links to resources we have for finding data and statistics.
Your Scholarly Impact
Discovering and documenting one's research impact is an important part of the scholarly process. This guide is designed to help you understand the methods and tools available for documenting impact.
Open Access and Author Support
This guide provides information and librarian contact for publishing in open access resources, as well as author support and rights.
Experts@Syracuse is a powerful tool that enables new insights into the scholarly expertise and collaborative opportunities that exist within Syracuse University and beyond. It is designed to help faculty members, departments, and potential collaborators identify who is working in what research or scholarly areas at Syracuse University. It also matches profiled researchers to grant opportunities.
To request an Experts@Syracuse account or for more information, see the Experts@Syracuse FAQ page.