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Seton Hall Law

Remote Services - Rodino Center

Remote library resources

IT Remote Instruction and Support

Service Desk IT Support  

Advanced Support

  • Carmelo Lubrano – 973-985-3166
  • Mike McBride – 201-615-1472
  • Brendan Borthwick – 570-909-7970

Course Reserves - Textbooks and Study Aids

For the Fall 2020 term, due to COVID-19 related restrictions, the Rodino Center will not be circulating any print textbooks from the Course Reserve Collection. A small handful of textbooks are available in electronic format. Check the Course Reserves catalog to confirm what is available in electronic format. If the title is available in electronic format, it may be limited to one user at a time.

We recommend purchasing or renting electronic versions of textbooks for the 2020-2021 academic year. If purchasing print (or print/electronic combinations) textbooks, save receipts in case the publishers allow you to convert to electronic format mid-semester, if needed.

Check the following sites for textbook rentals (which are often less expensive than purchasing):

Selected study aids are available in West Academic Online Study Aids.

Some publishers will allow free, online access for a limited period of time at the beginning of the term; this may prove helpful until physical books are received. 

  • West Academic usually provides free, 14-day online access with any purchase. Contact West Academic if you don’t have an email that contains instructions for access. You can check to see if this is the case for your title of interest: https://www.westacademic.com/. If you purchased from Amazon or another vendor, contact West Academic support and provide proof of purchase to see if you can have electronic, temporary access. 
  • Wolters Kluwer posts content for the first chapter or two for some of their textbooks. Students should check the textbook on the Wolters Kluwer website. Most Wolters Kluwer textbooks have online access as well. 
  • If the publication is a Carolina Academic Press title, double check Course Reserves to see if we have an e-version.

Please contact lawlibref@shu.edu for questions.

Requesting, Borrowing and Returning Rodino Center Materials

Rodino Center Print Materials

Non-reserve print materials from our collection are available to be borrowed by Seton Hall Law students, faculty, administrators and staff.

  • Please do not pull your own books from the collection. 
  • Locate the item you wish to borrow in the Rodino Center Catalog.  Under "Check Availability" click "Request Item".  If you have not already signed into OKTA, you will be prompted to sign in using your SHU credentials.  Fill in the form with the relevant information.
  • Items ready for pick up will be available at the entrance to the Rodino Center on the cart labelled "Book Pick Up".
  • You will be notified via email when the books you have requested are available for pickup.  Because Library staff are only able to pull books from the stacks M-F 10:30-3:30, it is unlikely that you will receive an email notification on the same day the request is placed.
  • We encourage you to quarantine items at home before use. Information about quarantine procedures will be included with your item. 
  • If you need assistance locating an item in our catalog or in a database, please email LawLibRef@shu.edu.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

We are currently placing requests for electronic materials, such as articles and book chapters/excerpts. We will attempt to borrow a print book for you, but we may be unable to locate a lending library at this time.

Directions

  • Search for the title of the article or book in the Rodino Center Catalog.  Make sure to select "Libraries Worldwide" under the "Held By  Library" filter.
  • Select the title you would like to borrow.
  • Under "Check Availability" select the "Request Item" button.  If you have not already signed into OKTA, you will be prompted to sign in using your SHU credentials.  Fill in the form with the relevant information.
  • If you are unable to locate a record for the item in the catalog, email your request to lawlibill@shu.edu 
  • We will follow up with you on the status of your request, or you may check the status by logging into the Rodino Center Catalog

Return Materials

Please return borrowed materials to the cart located at the entrance of the Rodino Center labeled "Book Returns" or at the "Book Returns" cart located by the security desk at the law school entrance.

Remote Library Resources

 

Research Services

Research Assistance is available Monday-Friday, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm.

Librarians can assist students and faculty remotely or in person with:

  • Research assistance
  • Developing research topics and conducting background research
  • Locating items, database selection, etc.
  • Referrals
  • Copyright assistance
  • Citations and references

Contact for Research Assistance:

  • E-mail: For general inquiries or to set up a more in-depth research appointment, please email lawlibref@shu.edu . Appointments can be remote or in person.
  • Phone: 973-642-8769 

Reminder: we also have Research Guides that highlight our resources for specific subjects.