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FAMU Libraries: Faculty

Teaching

Information Literacy
Request research instruction for your classes
Purchase Recommendations 
Recommend books, databases, journals, streaming video, etc. to purchase
Research/Subject Guides 
Useful resources for your research
Reserves 
Place materials on reserve for your classes
Instructor's Reserve Form
Complete this form to place materials on reserve
Subject Librarians and Liaisons
Contact the librarian for your department, school, or college

Open Education Resources (OER)

Open Educational  Resources Part 2

Resource Sharing

Article Delivery
Have journal articles delivered to your e-mail
Book Delivery
Have library books delivered to your campus office
InterLibrary Loan
Get resources not found at FAMU
Uborrow
Request materials directly from participating libraries within Florida's state university and college systems

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Research Identification Number

Establishing a research identification number offers many benefits to support your research and publishing activities:

  • Connects your published work over the course of your career, and institutional affiliations.
  • Creates a connected portfolio of your scholarly work that is easily accessible.
  • Distinguishes your work from that of other authors, with the same,  or similar names.
  • Meets requirements from publishing houses and grant agencies that require a unique identification number.

Please investigate two of the most common options below to determine which one is best for you.

ORCID

Web of Science ResearcherID | Publons

Subject Librarian Liaisons

Library Liaisons
Contact the liaison for your department, school, or college
  • Class instruction in accessing and using information resources
  • Assistance with your research
  • Recommending library purchases

Citation Resources

Print and Online Resources 
APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian. Get citation information in both print and online formats.
Citation Management Tools 
There are a variety of citation management tools to choose from.
Plagiarism
Not quite sure about plagiarism and what it means? Here are some helpful tips.

Publishing

Web of Science 
Citation data for a multitude of academic disciplines 
Cabell's Directories
Where to publish? Find help on publishing in academic journals.
‚ÄčUS Copyright Office
For more information on copyright and copyright law.