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New Faculty Resources: Essentials

Bookmark it! Important Links for New Faculty

Here are some frequently used links you may want to bookmark for your convenience:

Using the Library

Research Tools

Services & Support

Research Data Services @ Georgia State University Library

The Library’s Research Data Services (RDS) Team offers support for data analysis tools & methods, mapping & data visualization, finding existing data & statistics, data collection, and data management

Visit this page for more information about our services, and browse our calendar for workshop listings.

Who Is Your Subject Librarian?

lib.gsu.edu/librarians

Subject Librarians support faculty teaching and research via workshops, consultations, instruction sessions, and online research guides. Here are a few of the ways subject librarians can help:

  • Develop your students' information literacy skills to help them more effectively find, evaluate, and use scholarly and non-scholarly resources to research a topic;
  • Build library collections that support your research and teaching;
  • Find and assist with access to relevant data, primary, and secondary sources needed for your research and teaching;
  • Assist with and teach citation management tools, journal search alerts, and other applications to streamline the research process;
  • Identify potential avenues for publication and dissemination of your scholarship, including ScholarWorks@GSU, Georgia State's institutional repository, as well as other open-access alternatives.