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Faculty Services and Resources

Recently started at Oxford? Use this guide to learn about key library services and services.

 Personal Librarian Program

At Oxford College, each faculty member is assigned a Personal Librarian.

Some of the things your Personal Librarian can help you with include:

  • Assisting you with your personal research
  • Updating you on newly acquired books and resources in your subject area
  • Creating research guides for your courses that can be linked in Canvas
  • Integrating information literacy instruction into your classes
  • Providing one-on-one research assistance for your students in research consultations

Find your Personal Librarian or visit the Personal Librarian Program page for more information.

 Data Services

Data Management Planning

Meet grant proposal requirements by managing data effectively throughout the research lifecycle.

Finding Data

Find and work with datasets and statistical information.

GIS and Data Visualization

Incorporate geospatial technologies and data visualization into your research and teaching.

 Digital Projects

The library supports faculty digital scholarship using a variety of digital tools and platforms. Recent projects include the U.S. Mosque Controversies archive and the Archive of Personal Digital History. Through a partnership with Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), we can support projects using platforms such as WordPress, Drupal and Omeka. We can also provide support for digital publishing, such as online journals. To learn more, please contact Oxford's Teaching & Digital Projects Librarian, Vanessa Garofalo.

Open Access at Emory

Dataverse

Offered in partnership with the Odum Institute (UNC Chapel Hill), Dataverse is Emory's open data repository. Increase the visibility and impact of your research by making your data publicly available.

Funding

Emory authors' open access publishing and processing fees can get covered by Emory's Open Access Publishing Fund when no alternative funding is available. Researchers depositing data in an established repository can also request funding from Emory's Research Data Distribution Fund.

Share your Research

Google Scholar Profile

Creating a Google Scholar Profile is a way of displaying all your publication citations in the same place. Users can easily get redirected to publications that are not available in open access using the Google Scholar platform. To get started, visit Google Scholar's My Profile page.

ORCID iD

ORCID iD is a unique, persistent identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers and helps keep track of your contributions and collaborations. The effort is led by ORCID, an international, not-for-profit organization of which Emory is a member. The ORCID iD is increasingly used research workflows (including manuscript submissions and grant applications), as well as scholarly databases.

Linking your ORCID iD to other scholarly profiles:

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