Final Project Demo for INFO 246 Big Data at the SJSU School of Information. Fall 2017.
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Learn how to access Touro University California Library’s electronic resources while off-campus. Questions about this video? Contact the TUC Library by email ([email protected]), phone (707-638-5300), or through the chat service on our website http://library.tu.edu/ . Music attribution: Malt Shop Bop Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Transcripts: Contact the Library for plain text of each screen. There is no spoken word.
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Lumos StepUp for Libraries is a comprehensive learning program that provides skills practice and realistic state assessment preparation resources to students. The program is designed by expert teachers to help students succeed in classrooms and on standardized tests. Schedule a Live Demo Today! Call us at 888-309-8227 Email us at [email protected]
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The following tutorial explains how to access electronic databases, journals or eBooks through the MUHC Libraries website (http:www.muhclibraries.ca).
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Remote Access to Electronic Resources from the Thomas J. Watson Library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met Museum Staff and Volunteers Only)
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The Library offers a number of electronic resources, including homework help, downloadable media, databases, and tutorials. Find out more at www.freelibrary.org.
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This 2-minute tutorial demonstrates how MUHC employees can access the electronic resources of the MUHC libraries from a personal computer or mobile device.
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This is my keynote address from the inaugural ER&L Conference held in 2006 at the Georgia Institute of Technology Libraries.
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http://ala.org/alcts An ALCTS webinar. This webinar will cover key points to consider, tools, and workflow options in managing electronic resources. Most libraries use multiple tools and approaches to manage e-resources, which brings benefits and challenges. Speakers will provide insights and perspectives on ERM systems, supplemental processes to fill gaps in functionality, and those systems' interoperability with patron-facing interfaces. Presented on October 23, 2013, by Dawn Hale, Kari Schmidt, and Laura Wrubel
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http://ala.org/alcts. An ALCTS webinar. This webinar covers the library's role in providing equal access to electronic databases, streaming media, and other online materials. This webinar will cover accessibility-related legislation such as the Rehabilitation Act Section 504/508 and ADA law, their impact on library acquisitions, and current legal challenges. The webinar will introduce participants to policies, standards, and functional web requirements to frame a discussion on the barriers faced by people with disabilities, as well as discuss format specific needs for streaming media, websites, online journals, databases, e-books and e-readers. Finally, the presenter will demonstrate freely available tools that librarians can use to test and evaluate accessibility of online resources. Presented on December 18, 2013, by Angela Dresselhaus.
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This video covers how to use the research tools on the University of Alabama Libraries' website to find the resources you need. The search functions covered are Scout, The Databases Index, E-Resources, the Libraries' Catalog, and ACUMEN Digital Archives. UA Libraries: http://www.lib.ua.edu Ask-A-Librarian: http://www.ask.lib.ua.edu VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: SCOUT: Our primary search tool is SCOUT, which searches the Libraries Catalog, our databases, the digital archive, all in one search. Scout looks for keywords by default, but its Advanced Search mode can be adjusted with the drop-down menus to search by title, author, or other parameters. Use the AND, OR, NOT menu to narrow or broaden your terms. You can refine results in the sidebar. For example, I might want only peer-reviewed articles published since 2016. I’ll enter a simple keyword search to illustrate how the results display and link to the resources. The first is a print book currently on the shelf in the Education library. The second is an article from an academic journal with a linked pdf, which requires a few clicks to get to it. Next is a direct download link for a full-text pdf. Last you can see “Check for Full Text,” this means that we don’t have access to a digital copy, but it may be available through print holdings or interlibrary loan. As the all-in-one research tool for UA Libraries, Scout is a great place to begin exploring a topic and discovering what articles and books are available. For more in-depth research, however, you may need to explore specific databases. DATABASES: Databases are large collections of specialized content, such as full-text academic journals, news, statistical data, or streaming video collections. UA Libraries provides access to hundreds of databases, all of which can be accessed through our Databases link on the home page. You can use the drop-down menus to find databases by subject or type. You can also find a database by name using the A-Z index or search bar. The subject, scope, and range of a database are described below each link. Each link will take you to that database’s landing page, where you can browse or search for specific resources. Databases are organized and constructed in a variety of ways. Some, like Academic Search Premier, look a lot like Scout. Others, like ProQuest Historical Newspapers, have different options and search functions designed specifically for the content they contain. In most databases, you can perform advanced searches with menus and limiters to find the best results. Many databases also provide specific tutorials and FAQs for advanced searching. Each database has unique content and resources, so advanced research often requires searching in multiple databases. E-RESOURCES: The E-Resources link lets you browse our electronic journal and book holdings alphabetically or by subject area. You can also search by journal title, making this the fastest way to find complete issues of specific scholarly journals; just search for the title, follow the links, and then find the volume you want. Most are organized by year. You can also browse by subject area, and then limit your results by resource type. Clicking a title in the results listing will allow you to directly access the content. LIBRARIES' CATALOG: The Libraries' Catalog search tool is different than Scout, and is sometimes more convenient to use if you know the author, title, or subject of a book you’re looking for. The catalog searches UA’s permanent collection of books, government docs, periodicals, multimedia items, rare books, primary documents, and microfilm. You can also search for specific journals by title to check availability of print and electronic volumes. When you click on a result, you’ll see the item’s information, location, and availability. The actions menu on the right of the item record page allows you to save, send, or export records, and you can also request to hold a book, recall a book that is currently checked out, or request items from the Annex. ACUMEN DIGITAL ARCHIVES: Through UA’s homegrown digital archive, ACUMEN, you can access or locate items from our special collections libraries such as dissertations, manuscripts, photographs, historical audio, and rare books. ACUMEN is searched by keyword and results can be filtered by resource type. For detailed information on using UA’s special collections with ACUMEN, click the Guidance tab at the top of the ACUMEN front page. If you need help finding resources or have questions about using UA Libraries, contact us at 205-348-6047 or go to ask.lib.ua.edu to Ask-A-Librarian."
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This video shows JHU students at an offsite location how to change their JHED Profiles in order to gain full access to the library materials (e-Reserves).
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With over 725,000 books as well as print and electronic journals, DVD's, music scores and teaching resources Birmingham City University has invested heavily into its library and teaching resources. We have 7 libraries conveniently located around Birmingham, some of which are open 24 hours a day over exam periods, with staff and security available for any problems you may have. For more information visit: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/student-info/learning-support/learning-resources
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Samford University Library conducted a study to see if there is a correlation between library use and academic success. For purposes of this research, we focused on one facet of library use: online resources. We chose grade point average as the measure of academic success. We collected EZProxy login data over the course of a semester This login data was sent to the University's Institutional Research office where it was linked to demographic data on users, including class and academic department. The resulting data shows the percentage of EZProxy users by half-point GPA ranges. We found that the higher a student's GPA, the more likely they were to have logged in to use the library's online resources, and the more likely they were to use these resources frequently. While we can't prove that use of online resources leads to higher GPA (cause/effect), we have strong evidence that the two are positively correlated. This study has implications for targeting reference and instruction resources, as well as purchase/subscription decisions. It also provides persuasive evidence that demonstrates to university administrators that the library makes a difference in the academic success of students. Ed Cherry has been with the Samford University Library for over 25 years. For the last 20 years, he has served as the library's Systems Librarian. In this position, he is responsible for managing the university's Integrated Library System, the library's web server, and several other library servers; as well as maintaining and supporting personal computers for staff and public use in the library. Prior to this position, he worked as Government Documents Librarian. He earned his MLS from the University of Alabama. Dr. Stephanie Havron Rollins, an Alabama native, is responsible for planning, designing, implementing, and assessing library instruction and information literacy initiatives as well as assisting with reference and research services. She has 17 years of experience as a librarian including working in medical, federal, special, community college, and academic library settings. Her professional interests include instructional strategies and learning styles related to library instruction and assessment, lobbying and libraries, and the Alabama State Legislature. Dr. Rollins enjoys running marathons, movies, traveling, collecting antiques, and cooking. She and her husband, Greg, Engineering Service Chief at the VA Hospital, have two boys, William, 15 and Nicholas, 20.
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George explains the Electronic Resources Web page for the ISU Library. Databases, e-journals, e-books, and other online materials are available from this page.
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This video will help to understand the process of purchase of periodicals and also e-resources in academic library. This video is based on self experience in academic library about the purchase process of print periodicals and online resources.
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Sponsored by the Maine URSUS Libraries: Working together for a better searching experience. Participating Libraries: University: UMA: http://www.uma.edu/libraries.html UMF: http://library.umf.maine.edu/ UMFK: http://www.umfk.edu/library/ UMM: http://machias.edu/merrill-library University College: http://learn.maine.edu/library/ UM: http://library.umaine.edu/ UMPI: http://www.umpi.edu/library/ UM School of Law: http://mainelaw.maine.edu/library/ USM: http://usm.maine.edu/library Public, State, & Law: Bangor Public Library: http://www.bpl.lib.me.us/ Maine State Library: http://www.maine.gov/msl/ Maine State Law & Legislative: http://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/index.htm
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You can access all of our subscribed resources at home as well as on campus, simply login using single sign-on and you'll be able to access ebooks and journal articles from home. Follow UEL Library on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by searching for "UEL Library".
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The following screencast demonstrates how to identify e-resources that match your research interests among Harvard libraries' vast selection of scholarly papers, encyclopedias, periodical articles, multimedia, data sets, and more.
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This webinar provides an overview of current topics in Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Communications DS/SC and draws connections between these new areas and the traditional skill set of electronic resources librarians (ERLs). Commonalities between the skills outlined in the Core Competencies for Electronic Resources Librarians (CCERL) and those needed for success in DS/SC form the basis of the author’s recommendations for involvement in these new areas. Speaker: Angela Dresselhaus Angela Dresselhaus is the Acquisitions and Electronic Resources Librarian at the University of Montana, Missoula, where she manages the Acquisition and Electronic Resources Units. She is an active member of NASIG and serves as the NASIG Newsletter Editor-In-Chief. Original webinar date: February 12, 2015
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http://ala.org/alcts An ALCTS webinar. This is part 5 of the six-part series, Licensing Electronic Resources to Serve the Library's Mission. Legal Issues in Licensing Electronic Resources provides a review of the structure and significance of language in license agreements with a discussion of the most important provisions and requirements for libraries. Pitfalls to avoid. Provisions from a variety of licenses are provided as examples and were applicable suggestions for alternative language is suggested. Presented on September 25, 2018 by Tom Lipinski. Category - Education
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http://ala.org/alcts An ALCTS webinar. This is part 1 of the six-part series, Licensing Electronic Resources to Serve the Library's Mission. This webinar will cover the fundamentals of electronic resources licensing, including basic license structure and terms, new developments in licensing, and helpful tips for new librarians working with license agreements. Presented on August 22, 2018 by Lori Duggan. Category - Education
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Research Support Services at Academic Library - Thinking Out of Box and Open Access Collection - Concerns and Helpful Suggestions by Ms. Anjana Bhatt (University Librarian - Electronic Resources) Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida Talk 1: (Research Support Services at Academic Libraries in USA: Thinking Out of the Box) Talk 2: (Open Access Collections Current Scenario in American Academic Libraries) Category People & Blogs & E-resources Trial Tips
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