Faculty Services

Remote AccessResearch and Reference Services | Requesting Materials
InterLibrary Loan | Research Assistance | Additional Assistance
Recommendations | Links |

Remote Access

To gain remote access to restricted resources, Pace University students must use their Pace E-Mail account. Select the database you are interested in to activate the Remote Access login page.  Select Faculty/Staff and enter your Pace University E-mail username (without @pace.edu) and password.  If you have forgotten your Pace University E-Mail username, you can look it up by accessing Faculty/Staff White Pages.  Remote Access is available to current Pace University faculty and staff only.

-Remote Access Instructions provide detailed instructions on gaining remote access to the Pace University Library's resources and services.

NOTE: You still require your library barcode to access other library services!

Research and Reference Services

Pace University Library Catalog

Locate books, journals, government documents, or proceedings in the Pace University Library collections and in other libraries.

Databases

Locate citations, abstracts, selected full-text articles and electronic journals.

Internet Resources

Each of these sites has been evaluated and selected by a member of the Pace Library staff.

Ask A Librarian

Contact a Reference Librarian at the Pace University Library for assistance utilizing chat, email, or telephone.

Requesting Materials

Access Services provide various methods by which to request materials.

Barcodes

To request books and articles through the Pace University Library Catalog, as well as through ILLiad (the InterLibrary Loan system) you must enter a library barcode. To obtain a library barcode, please send a request to barcodes@pace.edu.

Electronic Reserves

Professors may put items on reserve for courses they are teaching.
-Faculty in Westchester may submit their articles through Interoffice Mail or Electronic Mail to Nadine MacDonald at Mortola Library in Pleasantville.
-Faculty in New York City may submit their articles either through Interoffice Mail or Electronic Mail to Ann Wilberton at the Henry Birnbaum Library in New York City.
-Faculty who are totally remote, can use either of the campuses to submit their articles for electronic reserves.

Note: Please submit your articles early so that they can be posted to the Electronic Reserves on time for students to access.

Books

Books owned by the Pace University Library may be requested for delivery to your home. Use the Pace Library Online Catalog to find specific items.
-To place your request, click on the Request button at the top of the screen when you are viewing the item's full record in the Pace University Library Catalog.
-Fill in your name and barcode number in the appropriate boxes.
-Use the "Special Instructions" box to indicate that you are a distance education faculty or staff and to provide your mailing address.
-Click on the Submit above information button to send your request.
-The Circulation period for faculty or staff is a semester with another semester renewal. You can request a renewal of a checked out book by accessing Renew an Item on the library's main page. Renewals are possible if no one else has requested the material. Overdue fines are 10 cents per day with a maximum fine of $10.00 per book. Lost book fee is $60.00 per book ($50.00 replacement fee, $10.00 processing fee)..
-A mailing label will be sent to you with the book - use this label to return the book to the Pace Library before the due date. We strongly recommend that you use U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail to return the book. Returned books must be insured for $100 in case of loss.

Articles

Articles from journals, magazines and newspapers owned by the Pace University Library may be requested for delivery to your home. Use the Pace Library Online Catalog to find specific items.
-If the item is available in a full-text database, you can link directly to that database to obtain a copy of your article.
-If it is not available online, click on the Request button at the top of the screen when you are viewing the item's full record.
-Fill in your name and barcode number and the specific information for the article you are requesting.
-Use the "Special Instructions" box to indicate that you are a distance education faculty or staff. You have the choice of having the article e-mailed, faxed or sent through regular mail to you - fill in your preferred delivery method information in the "Special Instructions" box.
-Click on the Submit above information button to send your request.

NOTE: If you have indicated your e-mail address, you will receive articles through the Digital Sender that scans the document and sends it via e-mail in pdf format. Click on the link with Binary Attachment to access the article. Digital Sender will be used for articles Pace University Library has in its collection.

Interlibrary Loan Services

ILLiad, InterLibrary Loan Internet Accessible Database, allows you to request books, journal articles, proceedings, or government documents, not owned by Pace University Library.
-Benefits of using ILLiad are:
  • Registration is required only once to access ILLiad.
  • Providing your email and mailing address, ensures prompt notification and accurate delivery of materials when they arrive in the library.
  • ILLiad allows you to track the status of your requests.
  • ILLiad allows you to view a list of items you have requested in the past.
-For detailed information about ILLiad, access ILLiad Services FAQ. Be certain to read the Copyright Notice as the library and university will not be held accountable for the misuse of materials provided.
-When registering in the ILLiad system be sure to select Faculty or Administrator / Staff from the "Status" drop-down menu to identify yourself. This ensures that materials requested are delivered via email, fax, or regular mail. On-campus faculty or staff pick up their materials at the delivery location specified.

Books

Books NOT owned by the Pace University Library may be requested through Interlibrary Loan.
-Once you enter your Username and Password, click the Request a Book button to request books, entire conference proceedings, microfilm reels, and microfiche.
-Fill all the necessary information in the Loan Request form and then click Submit Request. NOTE: It will take time for a lending library to send us the materials you need, and then for us to send it to you. It could take up to three weeks for an item to get to you, from the time of your original request to the time you receive it. So be sure to take this into consideration when making your Interlibrary Loan book requests. Lending circulation periods and renewals are controlled by the lending library.
-A mailing label will be sent to you with the book - use this label to return the book to the Pace University Library before the due date. We will return the book to the lending library for you. We strongly recommend that you use U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail to return the book. Returned books must be insured for $100 in case of loss.
Materials located at other institutions can be requested for you by Pace librarians.  In instances when materials are needed immediately, you may check with your local public library or a university library near you for items not owned by the Pace University Library. It may be quicker to obtain items from a local source rather than going through the Library's Interlibrary Loan Service. Remember, if you cannot find an item at a location near you or if it is simply not convenient for you to do so, our librarians are here to help.

Articles

Articles from journals, magazines and newspapers NOT owned by the Pace University Library may be requested using the Interlibrary Loan.
-Fill the specific information for the article you are requesting.
- ILLiad electronic delivery option allows you to receive requested articles online. The requestor is notified that the requested article is now available for viewing. An article may be viewed for a period of 30 days after which it becomes inaccessible. To take advantage of this feature, be certain to select Yes for the entry, "Would you prefer Electronic Delivery if Possible?" in the New User Registration for ILLiad form.
-Click theSubmit Information button to submit your request.

Research Assistance

Library resources specific to these four distance education programs have been provided:
- e.MBA@PACE
- DPS in Business
- DPS in Computer Science
- NACTEL
There are valuable resources in Library Services section on the library's page that are valuable to your research. Video Tutorials demonstrates how to use the resources
-;Video Tutorials demonstrates how to use the resources;
-Research Guides  offer research assistance, subject guides and essential tools to enjance your research experience;
- How Do I...? offers guidelines on citing resources, plaigiarism, evaluating resources to name a few.
-Also available is access to APOLLO: A Pace Online Library Literacy Orientation, a step-by-step guide to the research process specifically designed for distance education students at Pace.

Additional Assistance

If you have questions that are not answered on this page, please submit your questions utilizing chat, email, or telephone through Ask a Librarian.

Recommendations

We welcome recommendations for journal titles, books, electronic resources or any other item that you think the library should purchase to enhance your courses. Suggestions to improve services to faculty and students are also welcomed.
 
 
For print materials contact:
-Rose Gillen in Westchester
-Sue Hunter in New York City

For electronic resources contact:
-Christina Blenkle

For all other information contact Medaline Philbert

Links

Distance Education & Online Learning @ Pace
Accessibility in Online Teaching: A Resource for Faculty in Online Teaching