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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

  1. Course Reserves are available as usual for students using the Rodino Center.
    • If you are unable to visit in person and the following options do not meet your need(s), please email your specific needs (professor, course name, book, pages needed) to lawlibcirc@shu.edu.
  2. If your textbook is published by West Academic, an electronic version may available. Contact them directly for temporary, complimentary access through May 31, 2020. Please call (877) 888-1330 and speak with a customer service representative. Please specify the edition of the book you need.
  3. If your textbook is published by Carolina Academic Press, Wolters Kluwer (including Aspen), McGraw, Macmillan, or University of Chicago Press, an electronic version may be available temporarily through May 25, 2020. Follow these instructions: 
    • Go to https://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/user/signin 
    • Click on Create Account (If you already have a VitalSource account, you should log in as normal).
      • Use your Seton Hall email address to set up your account.
    • Click on the "Explore" tab in the upper left corner of the screen.  From there, you should be able to find your ebook to access. 
    • Check the VitalSource site frequently if your book does not have an e-version as they are adding new partners daily.
  4. The following titles are available electronically in one of our subscription databases.  You can also search for a study aid in our West Academic database.
  • For any questions you can’t resolve using the above methods, contact lawlibref@shu.edu.

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.