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Welcome!

Welcome to the Adjunct Faculty Resources Guide from the Library. We hope you find what you need. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please contact Sarah Burns Feyl at sburnsfeyl@pace.edu Thank you!

 

Lounging Around the Library

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The Basics

     Do you have a Library barcode?

A library barcode serves as your Pace Library Card and allows you to request items from other Pace Library locations, to request books from Connect NY, and it is necessary to create an account in our Interlibrary Loan service.

If you do not have a barcode, you can get one at the Circulation/Front Desk in your home campus Library. (You can also request your barcode via email.)

Use your barcode to renew items or check the status of requested items online: http://innopac.pace.edu/patroninfo

Google Scholar Metrics

  • Top 100 Publications in English
  • Learn More About Google Scholar Metrics
    Google Scholar Metrics provide an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications. While most researchers are familiar with the well-established journals in their field, that is often not the case with newer publications or publications in related fields - there're simply too many of them to keep track of! Scholar Metrics summarize recent citations to many publications, to help authors as they consider where to publish their new research.

Your Librarian

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Citation Searching

Check out our Citation Searching Guide, for "do it yourself" citation searching: http://libguides.pace.edu/citation_searching

For further assistance with citation searching, please contact Michelle Lang, Westchester, x44384 or Sue Hunter, NYC, x11667

The information needed to begin citation searching includes:

  • all variations of the faculty member's name 
  • a complete citation including first author for each article they would like searched
  • further options and details of the searching can be arranged in consultation with the librarian
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