THE LIBRARY WELCOMES SPRING AT SHU
We have sucessfully renewed our Annual Site License to ChemBioDraw. This means that you are able to download fully functional chemistry or biology software and have access to online databases, via the Seton Hall University site license, which has been prepaid by your library.
Click here for access. Sign up using your SHU email. You will then receive instructions on how to register and download the software.
Seton Hall University Libraries Chemistry research guide
Welcome to the University Libraries Chemistry research guide. I hope it will bring you and Chemistry-related resources together, and help you to find and enjoy all that our library has to offer. This guide is a work in progress, and I welcome suggestions for improvement
How to set up your SciFinder Web Account
You need to be on-campus to set up your account (once your account is created, you will be able to access it from off-campus as well). Here are the steps
1. Go to the SciFinder Online Registration page: you can click here or go to the libraries database page , select “S” and click on “SciFinder Web Access”, then see step 1 – click on “register for SciFinder web access”
2. You should see “Welcome to User Registration for SciFinder®! – click on “NEXT”
3. Complete the registration form.
a. In the contact information “email” box, use your SHU email address.
b. You choose your username and password: username 5-15 characters (can have letters and numbers); password 7-15 characters that include: upper and lowercase letters (at least one upper case and one lower case), Numbers and Non-alphanumeric characters (e.g., @, #, %, &, *)
4. Click on “register” (if all is well, the next page will say that you will receive an email message from CAS with further instructions)
5. When you receive the email (it usually comes quickly), read the agreement, and click on the link to complete your registration and log in to SciFinder.
(click here for more detailed instructions)
Explore our new e-books
The library now offers a vast array of e-books, including ebrary's Academic Complete and the Ebsco ebook collection. You can find ebooks by using the "eBooks" tab on the New Search Tool on the library home page, or in Classic catalog SetonCat using "limit to "ebooks".
To save or download ebooks or chapters from ebrary, you will need to sign in with the ebrary user name and password that you select when you create a free ebrary account. >>> Play getting started with ebrary
To save or download Ebsco ebooks, you will need to create a free Ebsco account (if you already have one that you use for Ebsco databases, login using the same username and password). Go to Ebsco ebooks support and FAQ.
To download an entire book for up to 14 days (where publishers permit) you will need to first install Adobe Digital Editions on your computer.
If you have problems with accessing or downloading ebooks, please Ask Us for help.
You can also email me FEEDBACK about your ebook experience.
This search tool is made available through the support of SHU Information Technology.
SHUsearch explained on YouTube
Quick Questions / Problems?
Call the Reference Desk:
Information Technology Help Desk 973-275-2222. For problems with Email ID and password, or other technical issues.
email a question: Ask a Librarian
Need In Depth Research Help?
Make an appointment with a reference librarian for an individual or small group session