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  • “ If you try and access e-resources via other routes look out for a links labelled “institutional login”, “UK federation login”, “Shibboleth login” or similar”
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    • 1. UCL Library Services Lynne Meehan ( Room 314, Science library) Tel: 020 7679 2634 (ext 32634) Email: l.meehan@ucl.ac.uk Useful Links: http://delicious.com/LynneMeehan/biochem1
    • 2. Introduction
      • Library Essentials
      • Sources of information
      • Library catalogue
      • Knovel
      • Citing your sources
      • Further Help
    • 3. Have you ever been to a library
      • Yes, regularly
      • Occasionally
      • No, not likely
      • What is a library?
      Test Question
    • 4. Library Essentials – Science Library
      • 1 of 16 different sites
      • Opening Hours
      • Mon-Thur 8.45-22.30
      • Fri 8.45-19.00
      • Sat-Sun 11.00-21.00
      • ID card and PIN
    • 5. Library essentials - Library regulations
    • 6. What was the student doing wrong?
      • Sitting quietly and reading a book
      • Finishing her essay which was due yesterday
      • Eating, drinking and chatting on her mobile phone
      • Not eating enough green vegetables
      Library essentials - Library regulations
    • 7. Library essentials-Studying in the library
      • Quiet study rooms
      • Group working
      • Wireless network
    • 8. Library essentials - Photocopying
      • Copy card
      • Black & White cost:
      • A4 = 5p, A3 = 10p
      Photocopy Help Centre in Room 107 Main Library
    • 9. Library essentials: How do I borrow books?
      • Self service
      • Borrow
      • Renew
      • Return
      • Loan periods
      • Fines
    • 10. What do you need to get into the library
      • My bag
      • ID card
      • A ghost
      • A sense of humour
      Library essentials: Observation Round
    • 11. How much is a copy card?
      • 50p
      • £5.00
      • £1.00
      • Free
      Library essentials: Observation Round
    • 12. Where to look?
      • 1.Search Engine
      3. Database 2. Library catalogue 4. Encyclopedia
    • 13. Type of information
    • 14.
      • www.ucl.ac.uk/Library
      Library catalogue
    • 15. Who is the author of the book “Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer” published in 2008?
      • Sorensen, E
      • Perry, R.H.
      • Meehan, L
      • Welty, J. R.
      Library catalogue
    • 16. Where in the library would you find the journal Energy and Fuels?
      • Physical Sciences Pers
      • Engineering Pers
      • Engineering Q 5 PER
      • In the bin
      Library catalogue
    • 17.
      • Knovel is an interactive e-book database.
      • It gives searchable access to the full text of a range of engineering text and reference books.
      • University Challenge
      Knovel
    • 18. Plagiarism
      • You may already have had warnings from your tutors about:
      • Plagiarism
      • Copyright
      • Referencing and citation
      • Avoid the crime of "copy / paste"
      • You may be surprised how easily your lecturers can spot plagiarism - and there may be serious penalties.
      • Acknowledge your sources
    • 19. Citing your sources
      • Citing styles: Harvard and Vancouver
      • Essential details -Who, what , where, when and why?
      • Note the content
    • 20. Access to e-resources
      • Most electronic resources can be accessed on or off campus
      • The best route to these is via the library website
      • You will need your UCL userid to log in
      • For further information go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/library/e-res.shtml#res-home
    • 21. Help!
      • WISE: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/moodle
      • Click on WISE, then Engineering and the Built Environment
      • Enquiry Desk
      • Ground Floor, Science Library
      • 020 7679 7789
      • Come and ask me, can even arrange 1:1 training
      • http://delicious.com/LynneMeehan/biochem1
    • 22. After this session do you think you will be using the library?
      • Every day
      • When I need to
      • It seems a good place to work
      • As little as possible
    • 23. Thank you
      • Please fill in the evaluation survey at
      • Lynne Meehan ( Room 314, Science library)
      • Tel: 020 7679 2634 (ext 32634)
      • Email: l.meehan@ucl.ac.uk

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