For Your Research
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Additional resources for faculty
To ask that the library purchase a specific title, use the book purchase request form or contact the librarian below:
- Africana studies, art, philosophy, and theatre & film: Amy Fry
- Education: Colleen Boff
- Languages, literature and cultural studies: Nancy Down
- Music: Patty Falk
- Biological sciences, communication sciences & disorders, HMSLS, psychology, public & allied health, and the School of Earth, Environment & Society: Edith Scarletto
- All other subject areas: Julie Rabine
University Libraries recognizes that members of BGSU may elect to use a name other than their legal name. Students, faculty, staff, and card-holding guests can contact the Director of Access Services, Andrea Boehme (email@example.com) to indicate their chosen name and/or pronouns. The following choices are permissible: using your middle name, shortening your name (ex. Jim instead of James), using an anglicized name, or using a name that better fits your gender identity.
Your chosen name and/or pronouns will be added to your library account so that circulation employees know to use it when communicating with you. Automatic notifications will still reflect the legal name on record with the University. Library employees who do not have access to your library account will not be able to see your chosen name. The Director of Access Services has the right to not accept or remove a chosen name if it is not permissible.
Located on the 8th floor of Jerome Library, the Ramona Cormier Faculty Reading Room is a quiet work room for faculty and graduate student use only. The room, a multi-user room for individual work, is equipped with a desktop computer and has wireless capabilities for laptop use. A key may be checked out from the main circulation desk in the Jerome Library. Questions regarding the use of the Cormier Reading Room can be answered at the Circulation Desk.
The Web of Science Group Master Journal List & Manuscript Matcher allows you to quickly view information about the extensive list of journals indexed in databases on the Web of Science platform, including Web of Science itself. As the organization that assigns impact factors, Web of Science maintains detailed information about articles published in thousands of high-quality academic journals.
One feature of the database is its ability to suggest journals that might be a good vehicle in which to publish your research. To use this feature, go to the link above and click on the button that says “Match Manuscript” (about halfway down the page). You will be prompted to sign in with your Endnote account – if you don’t have one, you can create one for free. Next, copy and paste your article title and abstract into the search boxes. You can filter results by categories such as language, frequency, and open access status. You will be able to view the impact factor of each title and link to its homepage and submission guidelines.
Faculty and staff can complete the Research Proxy Borrowing Form which allows designated research and teaching assistants to borrow books, place holds, and pick up OhioLINK and ILL materials on their behalf.
The proxy borrower will present his or her own ID and tell the library staff member that they need to borrow the materials on the faculty member's account. An OhioLINK book can only be borrowed on the account from which the request was made.
The proxy borrowing service is only available to contracted assistants. It is not available for family members or friends. For exceptional situations contact Katie Mihaly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-372-2053.
We strongly recommend you neither ask others to borrow items on their accounts for you, nor lend items that are on your library account to other people. If it is necessary for us to bill for lost, overdue or damaged items, we can only bill the person who borrowed the item, not another party.
Our Special Collections also offer services to enhance your teaching.