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Scholarly Publishing Guide

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

Some research projects may require Fairleigh Dickinson University Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. According to the FDU IRB homepage, "The Board is authorized and responsible for (1) the review and approval of of each research project involving human subjects research according to federal regulations; 2) assuring that the ethical principles identified in the Belmont Report (Respect for Persons, Beneficence and Justice) will not be violated by the experimental procedures; 3) ensuring that subjects will be fully informed of any physical, legal, psychological, or financial risks they may incur, and 4) ensuring that the subjects and/or parents/legal guardians freely consent and/or assent prior to participation."

To learn more, visit the Fairleigh Dickinson University IRB homepage. 

Fairleigh Dickinson University Press

Did you know that FDU has its own University Press? Established in 1967, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press has published over 1,500 books in the humanities, history, literature, and social sciences.

To learn more about FDU Press, visit the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press homepage.

Fairleigh Dickinson University Digital Archives

The FDU Digital Archives features a growing collection of digital objects developed to preserve and support scholarship and the research, teaching, and learning mission of the University. Today, the digital library at FDU consists of unique items from the university’s archives, and from distinctive collections developed in collaboration with non-library partners, related to both the history of Northern New Jersey and the University. Materials include historical documents, digital artifacts, photographs, and maps. You can also find these dissertations from FDU students.

To view the FDU Digital Archives, visit the Fairleigh Dickinson University Digital Archives page.

Faculty Resources Guide

For more information on faculty resources offered at FDU Libraries including instruction sessions, access to Open Educational Resources (OER), and more, please visit our Faculty Resources Guide