About FacultyBookshelf

FacultyBookshelf.org provides a simple way for college and university professors to have their books featured. Faculty members can easily link from their own webpage to their FacultyBookshelf author page. And heads of academic units can link from a departmental webpage to FacultyBookshelf listings for all of their faculty members.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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If your books are already featured on FacultyBookshelf, go to your author page and scroll to the bottom. You'll see the appropriate URL link right near the bottom of the webpage. If your books are not yet listed on FacultyBookshelf, use the "For Faculty" menu link in order to provide us with your information.

If your department's books are already featured on FacultyBookshelf, go to your department page and scroll to the bottom. You'll see the appropriate URL link right near the bottom of the webpage. You can find your department page by searching for your university on the homepage and looking at the listing of departments at that university. If your university or department is not yet listed on FacultyBookshelf, use the "For Faculty" menu link in order to provide us with your contact information so that we can get your faculty's books listed.

No. We do not sell books ourselves. We simply provide information on books written by college professors, and we provide links for users to either find the books at Amazon or to do a price comparison at multiple on-line bookstores. FacultyBookshelf.org is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

We try to be as accurate as possible, but if you find an error in our listings or know of a new book that is not yet reflected on our website, please feel free to contact us by using the "Contact" menu link.

With thousands of colleges and universities, updating and maintaining the FacultyBookshelf database is a huge task. We welcome any assistance that you are willing to provide (e.g., providing book information (ISBN numbers) for particular departments, colleges, etc). Please contact us using the "Contact" menu link if you would like to help.

Yes. You will need the book's 10-digit ISBN numbers. Once you've got that, you can use the following link:
http://www.facultybookshelf.org/book/ISBN
where ISBN is replaced by the 10-digit ISBN number.