Reference Services; External Engagement (Events & Exhibitions), Research Services (Consultations, Self-Archiving, Digital Scholarship Services, etc), Collections and Content Strategy
The NYU Division of Libraries offers a variety of learning opportunities, from in-person appointments to formal research classes to “self-help” subject guides. Some examples of this support are below: Faculty can hold consultation sessions with librarians to support their designing of purposeful, engaging research assignments, as well as provide consultation and instructional support for students, researchers, and instructors using quantitative, qualitative, survey design, and geospatial (GIS) software. The Data Services team advises on projects across the entire research data lifecycle, including access, analysis, collection development, data management, and data preservation. For the Digital Studio, we help scholars create, use, store, and share multimedia materials (video, audio, text, images) for their research, teaching, and learning. Scholars work hands-on with Digital Studio hardware, software, and online tools to accomplish their projects. We train users on the tools and software to accomplish their work, and we consult on best practices, project scoping and design. We also supply guidance to copyright law as it relates to academic research, teaching, and publication. Other publication opportunities are supported via the Faculty Digital Archive (FDA) which is a highly visible repository of NYU scholarship, allowing digital works—text, audio, video, data, and more—to be reliably shared and securely stored. Collections may be made freely available worldwide, offered to NYU only, or restricted to a specific group.
Learn more: https://library.nyu.edu/
Contact: Shawnta Smith-Cruz, Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Engagement, NYU LIbraries | firstname.lastname@example.org