Services to Faculty Assistants
- Course Reserves
- Access & Borrowing
- Research Papers
- Document Delivery Service
- Current Awareness Service
- Research Services
- Video Searching
- Videotaping Release
Instructions for submitting reserve material lists are sent to all faculty each quarter by the Reserves Coordinator. In addition, you can easily submit your list via the Reserve Reading Material form.
All reprints and past exams need to be delivered to the library in shelf-ready form (i.e. each copy in its own labeled binder or folder). Due to copyright constraints, the library cannot make additional copies of any Reserves material; furthermore, all copyright clearances must be obtained before delivering material to Reserves.
To see materials placed on reserve, go to Course Reserve.
Questions? Please contact Ann Smith
You can check out material for your faculty by proxy. Just inform the i-Desk that an item is being checked out in a professor's name.
Special borrowing privileges are available to colleagues of GSB faculty; to secure such privileges, email us with the guest's name, sponsoring faculty and desired start/ end dates for access. (Note: Available only at the GSB Library. The sponsor is ultimately responsible for any unpaid fines.)
Questions? Please contact Ann Smith
When submitting case studies for publication by the GSB, faculty assistants should ensure that the following two forms are completely filled out and submitted to Harjeet Heer (x 4-3312).
- Company case study release. This completed form must be signed by an authorized representative of any company described
- Faculty case study release. This completed form must be signed by the authorizing faculty member issuing the case
To submit a paper to the GSB Research Paper Series:
- Contact Jan Driscoll to request a paper number.
- Complete, sign, and submit the Faculty release form .
- If you wish a PDF sent to selected GSB colleagues, complete and submit the Faculty distribution list and/ or PhD list .
- E-mail or ID mail items 2 & 3 plus a PDF or Word version of the paper to Jan Driscoll (GSB Library).
NOTE: All papers in the GSB series are submitted to SSRN and Business Source Complete database.
Questions? Please contact Jan Driscoll (x5-2007)
Borrowing from other campus libraries may require additional time to set up borrowing accounts for new users.
Questions? Please contact Lars Flatmo (x3-0069)
Current Awareness Service allows GSB faculty to stay abreast of new articles in their field by automatically receiving electronic tables of contents of journals. Professors can set up their own journal profile, or have the Library do it. Individual articles can be electronically ordered by professors, and delivered via Document Delivery.
Questions? Please contact Lars Flatmo (x3-0069).
You may submit research requests online via Ask Us. If inside the Library, come to the i-Desk, where library staff can help you find information.
Resources available to you at Stanford:
- Stanford University databases offers dozens of files ranging across a broad spectrum of disciplines. Social science data/ research is also available at the Social Sciences Data Service.
- Our GSB collection of business databases is available at Research Databases.
- Business Websites. Faculty assistants may find national directories of faculty and universities useful; these are found under 'Education' at Business Web Sites.
- Financial markets databases. The library hosts a number of powerful financial tools in the Traders Pit, including Bloomberg, Datastream. more...
- EndNote. GSB faculty can request EndNote from GSB Information Resources, but they may have to pay for the license from their research funds. Faculty who desire an EndNote license may open a service ticket at helpsu.stanford.edu. Instructions on using EndNote.
Questions? Please contact Paul Reist.
Selected sources for finding videos:
- Vanderbilt TV Archive
- Films for the Humanities and Sciences
- National Press Club
- Video Views (Business Week Online)
Questions? Please contact Paul Reist
The GSB must obtain a signed Release for Audio and Audio-Visual Files from all guest speakers who agree to be videotaped in the classroom. This enables the School to archive the video and make it available for use in future classes. Faculty assistants are responsible for completing the form for their professors. GSB policy requires that you submit the signed and completed form, no exceptions. Note the following steps:
- If the speaker accepts an invitation and the faculty member desires to tape the session, please send a letter with the official form to the speaker requesting agreement to be videotaped in the classroom. This letter can also include directions to the School and a guest parking permit.
- Contact GSB Media Services well in advance to request videotaping of the session.
- Monitor your request. If you do not receive the signed form within a reasonable time, you might contact the speaker and ascertain whether he/ she accepts videotaping. If the speaker does not,inform your faculty member that there will be no videotaping of the session.
- If as the class approaches you have not received the signed form or a response from the speaker, inform your professor. Again, videotaping cannot take place unless the official form has been signed and submitted.
- The signed and completed form should be delivered to GSB News and Publications. The resulting videotape will be archived in Business Library.
Questions? Contact GSB Media Services