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Research and Scholarship

The mission of the Research and Scholarship department is to:

  1. Foster creative exchanges across disciplines and colleges through imaginative partnerships and collaborative programs
  2. Advance faculty and student excellence by providing essential collections matched with subject-specific teaching and instruction services
  3. Encourage open access to and ensure long-term preservation of the research and creative output produced at Syracuse University for discovery and use by faculty, students, and the broader academic community

News & Updates from the Research and Scholarship Librarians

Find Open Research with SHARE

Ever wish you could easily search across numerous open access repositories and publishers to find not only preprints, but also published research and other creative work? Now you can use SHARE to discover research in multiple repositories that is freely available to all. SHARE is an interdisciplinary science and social sciences initiative. Its aim is […]

Fake News

Defining Fake News: “Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: Everything else is public relations.” George Orwell wrote that. Except that he did not. Source attributions linking the statement to Orwell are omnipresent across many websites, and even within some academic journals. Yet, a connection is not established to Orwell having ever […]

Musings about Rubrics

Recently, I have increasingly heard, and used, the word rubric, and have been thinking about use of rubrics in collection development. As I started writing this blog post, I realized I wasn’t sure exactly what rubric meant, so I took a quick look in the Oxford English Dictionary and found, to my surprise, that rubric […]

Addressing the Needs of the Comprehensive Design Studio

The introduction to the syllabus for Architecture 409: Integrative Building Design Studio states “ARC 409 aspires to address the deployment of building systems, materials and processes in ways that express a coherent set of values and objectives achieved through architecture and its effects, as well as optimally perform their technically measurable tasks.” As such, this […]

Collections News

New resources recently added to Libraries’ collections

Recent additions to library collections include titles in forensics, civil engineering, mathematics, and computer science.
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Geofacets trial

Geofacets trial
Trial access to Geofacets is available through April 7.
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New resources recently added to Libraries’ collections

Birkhauser Building Types Database, Disability in the Modern World: History of a Social Movement, Early European Books, NK News Pro, and PrivCo added to Libraries' collections.
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Interested in Pursuing Humanities Funding and Fellowships?

Interested in Pursuing Humanities Funding and Fellowships?
Faculty and graduate students are invited to learn more about a range of University resources for pursuing Humanities grants, fellowships, and awards at a workshop on Friday, October 21 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the Tolley Humanities Building, Room 304 (Sainsbury Library).
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