digitalresearchFordham University Press has joined with the William D. Walsh Family Library to carry certain of its academic titles digitally through DigitalResearch@Fordham.

The move will allow scholars and researchers open access to the titles both inside and outside of the Fordham community. Readers will be able to download and read book content online and bookmark and share content on sites such as Digg, Facebook, Blogger and LinkedIn.

The first set of books to become available will be books in the Institute of International Humanitarian Assistance (IIHA) series, with titles such as Human Security For All(2004) and The Pulse of Humanitarian Assistance(2007).

More titles will follow over the next year, said Director Fred Nachbaur, with the next step being to upload books authored by Fordham University faculty.

“[This digital initiative] helps to raise our profile and get our name in front of researchers, scholars, and students using the repository,” said Nachbaur.

DigitalResearch@Fordham can be accessed at the site or by going into the “Catalogs and Collections in the Library” section of Fordham University’s website.


Janet Sassi is editor/associate director of internal communications. She can be reached at (212) 636-7577 or [email protected]