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Digital Library Workshop(the Nutshell version)<br />Cindy Koman and Brenda Hazard<br />Faculty Workshop Day 2011<br />
What you’ll learn…<br />Discover library subject guides<br />Evaluate web resources<br />Find fulltext fast<br />Save sear...
Subject guides<br />Group together information for subjects<br />Unique and descriptive guide for each subject<br />Create...
Where are they?<br />
Where are they?<br />
Assist students:<br />Lead students to databases, books and websites for subjects<br />Databases are subject specific<br /...
Digital Library Workshops in a Nutshell<br />A guide for our workshop!<br />Tabs for each topic of discussion<br />Basics ...
English Composition<br />Controversial Topics<br />Biography<br />Primary Sources<br />______________________________<br /...
What you’ll learn in the next 20 minutes…<br />Use the Library Journals List to determine if an article is available from ...
I have a few article citations.Can I get the articles from the library?<br />“Do cell phones cause cancer?”<br />American ...
Use the Library Journals Listweb page<br />
Finding Full-text FastPRINT Journals<br />Example of a journal in PRINT:<br />American Journal of Nursing<br />Print journ...
Finding Full-text FastELECTRONIC Journals<br />Example of an ELECTRONIC journal:<br />Community College Week<br />Click on...
Finding Full-text FastELECTRONIC JOURNALSIf not available, request through interlibrary loan<br />
Finding full-text from within the results of research databases<br />Some databases ONLY include full-text.  Those are eas...
Finding full-text from within the results of research databases<br />Most databases include full-text for only some articl...
Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
It’s easy: Just click the link for full text!<br />
The article you seek isn’t in the database you are using…What next?<br />ASC nanotechnology<br />Academic Onefile<br />Hom...
The article you seek isn’t in the database you are using…What next?<br />Click this icon to see if the article is availabl...
Links directly to the article in another database…<br />The full-text from ProQuest Wall Street Journal was reached from A...
Only the abstract is available from Academic OneFile…<br />Click on the icon to Search for Article and…<br />
Links directly to the article in another database…<br />The full-text from Science Direct was reached from Academic OneFil...
Follow the link to “Check for Full Text” or “Search for article”!<br />These links make connections between the databases ...
When full-text is not available…<br />
Request through Interlibrary Loan<br />
Requests for articles through interlibrary loan <br />May arrive in as little as one business day (sometimes hours!)<br />...
Send students directly to a library resource within Blackboard<br />
Send students directly to a library resource within Blackboard<br />
Library research databasesare the equivalent of“pay-per-view” or “premium channel” web resources<br />
BAD NEWS:The URLs to library databases must be modified to include the proxy server<br />
BAD NEWS:The URLs to library databases must be modified to include the proxy server<br />GOOD NEWS:There’s an app for that...
URL Generator<br />Converts URLs to proxied versions <br />Available from G:/library/hazard folder<br />Not perfect<br />I...
Since students have already logged into Blackboard, this URL allows the student to go directly to the database without ano...
Customized search results<br />Options to save search results, automate searching on saved search strategy, receive alerts...
Create a My EBSCOhost account<br />
Save search strategy for alerts on a topic of interest<br />Locate articles on cell phones in the classroom:<br />(SU: cel...
Save search alerts for journals available in print or online<br />
What’s next?  Email!<br />EBSCOhost Alert Notification <br />To:b.hazard@hvcc.eduSubject: Managing cell phones in the clas...
Ask a librarian…<br />To determine which research database includes a journal either full-text online or indexed only<br /...
Saving Citations<br />Save citations to a folder<br />Also copy and paste citations in a certain style from the databases ...
Saving citations<br />
Saving citations <br />Cut and paste citation into a Word document<br />Finder, A. (2007, November 20). Decline of the Ten...
Comparison of APA citation format across databases<br />Title: “Decline of the tenure track raises concerns at colleges”<b...
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  • Articles/Journals – Anne discussed our databases – here are links to them the ones that match that subjectWebsites – Sue discussed website evaluation – here are evaluated websites for that subject / website evaluation criteria as Sue discussed some .orgs are not good websites even though an organization put them together / be careful when limiting to these particular sitesBasics – AutomotiveAdditional tabs – Ebraryebook collection that Anne mentioned – working on adding ebooks to guidesRSS feeds – current issues of prominent journals in that subject field – get an idea of what’s happening in the field – students / faculty – keeping up to dateAdditional tabs – Psychology, Dental Hygiene, Sociology
  • There are many different ways to save citations from the library’s databases. Here is one example using the EBSCO databases – Newspaper source plus
  • Copy and paste citation into your document
  • Notice the difference in citations:EBSCO: Closest to the originalGale: Date is different, Retrieved date, urlProquest: Author is first name last name, Again retrieved date, other additional informationOld fashioned way: done manually
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    1. 1. Digital Library Workshop(the Nutshell version)<br />Cindy Koman and Brenda Hazard<br />Faculty Workshop Day 2011<br />
    2. 2. What you’ll learn…<br />Discover library subject guides<br />Evaluate web resources<br />Find fulltext fast<br />Save search results<br />Plan to attend a full workshop<br />
    3. 3. Subject guides<br />Group together information for subjects<br />Unique and descriptive guide for each subject<br />Created by the HVCC librarians <br />Library liaison program<br />Subject Guides:What are they?<br />
    4. 4. Where are they?<br />
    5. 5. Where are they?<br />
    6. 6. Assist students:<br />Lead students to databases, books and websites for subjects<br />Databases are subject specific<br />Books are newest material in the library<br />Websites have been evaluated by the librarian<br />Can create a jumping off places for students to begin their research <br />24/7 access<br />Assist faculty:<br />Excellent for online teaching<br />Can be added into BlackBoard using the external link feature<br />Why use them?<br />
    7. 7. Digital Library Workshops in a Nutshell<br />A guide for our workshop!<br />Tabs for each topic of discussion<br />Basics of each guide<br />Introduction – library liaison<br />Articles/Journals <br />Books<br />Websites<br />Additional tabs<br />Ebooks, videos, RSS feeds, statistics, etc.<br />Let’s look at a few:<br />
    8. 8. English Composition<br />Controversial Topics<br />Biography<br />Primary Sources<br />______________________________<br />Check out the guide for your subject area!<br />Special Interest Guides<br />
    9. 9. What you’ll learn in the next 20 minutes…<br />Use the Library Journals List to determine if an article is available from the library<br />Find it in print<br />Find it in a database<br />Request it from interlibrary loan if not available<br />Find an article when searching a database<br />Find it as a PDF/HTML file<br />Find it if it is in another database<br />Request it from interlibrary loan if not available<br />
    10. 10. I have a few article citations.Can I get the articles from the library?<br />“Do cell phones cause cancer?”<br />American Journal of Nursing; Sep 2010, Vol. 110 Issue 9; p14-15<br />“Obesity Summer Camp Makes Biotechnology Practical for High School Seniors”<br />Community College Week; 8/15/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 27, p16<br />“Biotechnology: a comprehensive training guide for the biotechnology industry.”<br />Sci-tech news; Nov2009, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p53<br />
    11. 11. Use the Library Journals Listweb page<br />
    12. 12. Finding Full-text FastPRINT Journals<br />Example of a journal in PRINT:<br />American Journal of Nursing<br />Print journals are located on the lower level of the library<br />Lift the display shelf to find additional issues<br />
    13. 13. Finding Full-text FastELECTRONIC Journals<br />Example of an ELECTRONIC journal:<br />Community College Week<br />Click on one of the databases where this journal is available<br />
    14. 14. Finding Full-text FastELECTRONIC JOURNALSIf not available, request through interlibrary loan<br />
    15. 15. Finding full-text from within the results of research databases<br />Some databases ONLY include full-text. Those are easy!<br />
    16. 16. Finding full-text from within the results of research databases<br />Most databases include full-text for only some articles and abstracts for others.<br />
    17. 17. Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
    18. 18. Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
    19. 19. Articles may be available from within the database you are searching…<br />
    20. 20. It’s easy: Just click the link for full text!<br />
    21. 21. The article you seek isn’t in the database you are using…What next?<br />ASC nanotechnology<br />Academic Onefile<br />Homelessness and teenagers<br />
    22. 22. The article you seek isn’t in the database you are using…What next?<br />Click this icon to see if the article is available fulltext in ANOTHER database. It often is!<br />
    23. 23. Links directly to the article in another database…<br />The full-text from ProQuest Wall Street Journal was reached from Academic Search Complete<br />
    24. 24. Only the abstract is available from Academic OneFile…<br />Click on the icon to Search for Article and…<br />
    25. 25. Links directly to the article in another database…<br />The full-text from Science Direct was reached from Academic OneFile<br />
    26. 26. Follow the link to “Check for Full Text” or “Search for article”!<br />These links make connections between the databases so the full text from one databases is seamlessly reached from the search results of another database!<br />
    27. 27. When full-text is not available…<br />
    28. 28. Request through Interlibrary Loan<br />
    29. 29. Requests for articles through interlibrary loan <br />May arrive in as little as one business day (sometimes hours!)<br />Are delivered to your desktop through your ILL account<br />Are described in more detail in another workshop<br />
    30. 30. Send students directly to a library resource within Blackboard<br />
    31. 31. Send students directly to a library resource within Blackboard<br />
    32. 32. Library research databasesare the equivalent of“pay-per-view” or “premium channel” web resources<br />
    33. 33. BAD NEWS:The URLs to library databases must be modified to include the proxy server<br />
    34. 34. BAD NEWS:The URLs to library databases must be modified to include the proxy server<br />GOOD NEWS:There’s an app for that!<br />
    35. 35. URL Generator<br />Converts URLs to proxied versions <br />Available from G:/library/hazard folder<br />Not perfect<br />In two flavors:<br />For general use (campus web pages, other external websites)<br />For Blackboard use<br />
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    39. 39. Since students have already logged into Blackboard, this URL allows the student to go directly to the database without another logon. Seamless access!<br />
    40. 40. Customized search results<br />Options to save search results, automate searching on saved search strategy, receive alerts for tables of contents for selected journals<br />Available anytime, anywhere<br />Make effective use of your time in the library or online<br />Each system requires a separate account<br />
    41. 41. Create a My EBSCOhost account<br />
    42. 42. Save search strategy for alerts on a topic of interest<br />Locate articles on cell phones in the classroom:<br />(SU: cell phones<br />OR text messages)<br />AND<br />SU: classroom management<br />In either Academic Search Complete or Education Research Complete databases<br />Mead, M. N. (2008, Summer). Strong Signal for Cell Phone Effects. Photograph. Environmental Health Perspectives, 116(10), 424. Retrieved February 1, 2010 from Academic Search Complete database.<br />
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    46. 46. Save search alerts for journals available in print or online<br />
    47. 47. What’s next? Email!<br />EBSCOhost Alert Notification <br />To:b.hazard@hvcc.eduSubject: Managing cell phones in the classroom (ASC and ERC)<br />The information below provides links to the 02/03/2010 10:50:33 PM Alert run for "SU ( cellular telephones or text messages ) and SU classroom management on 2010-02-01 12:30 PM" on the Education Research Complete, Academic Search Complete database with 2 hit(s). Following the links below will bring you to the start of the article or citation.<br />Alert Run Date: 02/03/2010 10:50:33 PMAlert Name: SU ( cellular telephones or text messages ) and SU classroom management on 2010-02-01 12:30 PMDatabase: Education Research Complete, Academic Search CompleteNumber of Hits: 2RSS Feed:http://rss.ebscohost.com/AlertSyndicationService/Syndication.asmx/GetFeed?guid=2306714 <br />Record Results <br />1. Headteachers call for review of classroom ban on mobiles. Education (14637073), 10/16/2009, Issue 369, p5-5, 1/5p; (AN 44881645)http://proxy.hvcc.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=44881645&site=ehost-live <br />2. Mobile phones in the Classroom: If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them. By: Scornavacca, Eusebio; Huff, Sid; Marshall, Stephen. Communications of the ACM, Apr2009, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p142-146, 5p, 1 chart, 1 diagram, 1 graph, 1 color; (AN 37295796)http://proxy.hvcc.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=37295796&site=ehost-live <br />E-mail Disclaimer: This e-mail was generated by EBSCOhost Research Databases for Brenda Hazard. Neither EBSCO nor the institution from which Brenda Hazard created this e-mail are responsible for the content of this e-mail.<br />
    48. 48. Ask a librarian…<br />To determine which research database includes a journal either full-text online or indexed only<br />To form an effective search strategy for your research topic<br />To brainstorm how to use alerts with your students<br />
    49. 49. Saving Citations<br />Save citations to a folder<br />Also copy and paste citations in a certain style from the databases to Word<br />Let’s see how it works!<br />
    50. 50. Saving citations<br />
    51. 51. Saving citations <br />Cut and paste citation into a Word document<br />Finder, A. (2007, November 20). Decline of the Tenure Track Raises Concerns at Colleges. New York Times. p. 1. Retrieved from EBSCOhost..<br />
    52. 52. Comparison of APA citation format across databases<br />Title: “Decline of the tenure track raises concerns at colleges”<br />Author: Alan Finder<br />Publication: New York Times<br />Date: November 20, 2007<br />
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