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    1. 1. PROMOTING ONLINE DATABASES INFORMATION LITERACY EDUCATION FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS OF MAE FAH LUANG UNIVERSITY Yanitha Rajchakom IFLA Workshop 16 Nov.-11 Dec. 2009 Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand
    2. 2. CONTENTS  Background  Objectives  Outputs  Outcomes  Teaching aids  How to teach  Activities  Example
    3. 3. MAE FAH LUANG UNIVERSITY
    4. 4. MAE FAH LUANG UNIVERSITY  Located Chiang Rai, Thailand  Established on 1998  Using English as a medium for teaching  Both Thai and international students (countries of GMS, Southeast Asia, Korea etc.)  Offers degree programs of study in 10 schools  Approximately 10,000 students in 2009 (undergraduate + post-graduate)
    5. 5. VISION  is a higher-education institution striving for high quality at international standards.  excels in various academic areas, creating qualified graduates and human resources for the country and the region.  is a source of research with the capability of applying that knowledge to benefit the society and industrial/business sectors through cooperation with related agencies.  retains its national identity through education and development of the national arts and culture.
    6. 6. SCHOOL  School of Agro-Industry  School of Cosmetic Science  School of Health Science  School of Information Technology  School of Law  School of Liberal Arts  School of Management  School of Nursing  School of Science  School of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (Only Master’s degree program and Doctoral program)
    7. 7. MASTER’S DEGREE AND DOCTORAL PROGRAM  18 Master's Degree Programs  8 Doctoral Programs
    8. 8. LEARNING RESOURCES AND EDUCATIONAL MEDIA CENTER
    9. 9. LIBRARY’S VISION Being as the excellent center in knowledge and services with information technology and human driven as well as with high standard of services are our commitments in order to serve the university and community.
    10. 10. RESPONSIBILITIES To serve and support the university’ functions in teaching, learning, researching, and providing the eLearning system service. In charge of being the unit of University archives and to support the community’s lifelong learning.
    11. 11. ONLINE DATABASES  Subscribed by MFU and some are subscribed by Office of the Higher Education Commission and Thai University consortium  General Online Databases H.W. Wilson ScienceDirect Academic Search Elite ProQuest Digital Dissertation Springerlink (E-Journal)
    12. 12. ONLINE DATABASES Specifications Online Databases ACM Digital Library ACS, Annual Reviews E-Journal CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Dermatology e-journal Education Research Complete Environment Complete IEEE/IEL Electronic Library Online International Financial Statistics Online ISI Web of Science
    13. 13. ONLINE DATABASES  E-Book Computer Science (Elsevier E-Books) ebrary E-Books NetLibrary E-Book Nursing Resoures Center Springerlink - E-Book
    14. 14. LIBRARY’S PROBLEMS  Don’t know how to search and evaluate information  Don’t know information sources  Using online database at least  Doesn’t has information literacy course syllabus  Over-reliant on search engines such as Google “Promoting Online Databases Information Literacy Education for Post-graduate Students of Mae Fah Luang University”
    15. 15. OBJECTIVES  To introduce, explain and help post-graduate students to know and understand information sources  To teach and help post-graduate students to identify, search, evaluate, and use online databases effectively  To teach doing an annotated bibliography/referencing
    16. 16. OUTPUTS Post-graduate students :-  know and understand information sources  can identify, search, evaluate, and use online databases effectively  can do bibliography/referencing correctly
    17. 17. OUTCOMES  Understand information sources  Recognize how to identify, search, evaluate, and use online databases effectively  Using searching strategies such as Boolean (AND, OR, NOT), Truncation symbols and wildcards (* $ ! ? (…) ) and “….” (quotation mark)  know how to do bibliography/referencing  Obtain information correctly 
    18. 18. TEACHING AIDS  Brochures, Pamphlets, CD-Rom, Website  Demonstration and Training for both librarians and students  Orientation  Teaching and advising by one-to-one, group-to-group  Library tour
    19. 19. HOW TO TEACH  Finding information sources  giving informationgiving information (website, Brochures, Pamphlets)  selecting appropriate information sourcesselecting appropriate information sources (type of online databases)  location informationlocation information
    20. 20. HOW TO TEACH  Indentify information need  type of online databasestype of online databases (general or specific online databases, E-book or E-journal or thesis and dissertation)  identify concept and focus questionidentify concept and focus question  identify topicidentify topic (keywords, synonyms, related terms, subject heading)
    21. 21. HOW TO TEACH  Searching online databases  basic search / advanced search..etc.  using Boolean (AND, OR, NOT)  using truncation symbols and wildcards (* $ ? ! (….)) or quotation mark (“….”)  printing, save/download, e-mail  saving for citing
    22. 22. HOW TO TEACH  Evaluating information  up-to-date information / source credible  usefulness  authority  accuracy  objectively/point of view /bias  Scope/coverage  audience (ranking, comment)
    23. 23. HOW TO TEACH  Using online databases  plagiarism  citing sources  copyright
    24. 24. HOW TO TEACH  Doing bibliography/referencing  APA  MFU style (adapted from APA)  using Endnote
    25. 25. ACTIVITIES FOR LIBRARIAN Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Training online databases Objective To introduce and training librarian to understand online databases for teaching and explaining to students For librarian All librarian in MFU library timeframes 1.30 hours (14.00-15.30 pm) period Every Thursday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 8 librarian
    26. 26. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Introduction Library and e-Resources Objective To introduce about library and e-Resources For students Post-graduate students timeframes 30 minutes (09.00-09.30 am) period Every Monday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    27. 27. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program General online databases searching (Program 1) Objective To introduce and teach using general online database searching such as H.W. Wilson, ProQuest Digital Dissertation and Academic Search Elite For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (10.00-11.00 am) period Every Tuesday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    28. 28. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program General online databases searching (Program 2) Objective To introduce and teach using general online database searching such as ScienceDirect and SpringerLink (E-Journal) For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 minutes (10.45-11.45 am) period Every Tuesday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    29. 29. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Science and Technology online databases searching (Program 1) Objective To introduce and teach using science and technology online database searching such as Annual Reviews E-Journal, ACM Digital Library, IEEE/IEL Electronic Library Online For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (09.00-10.00 am) period Every Wednesday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    30. 30. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Science and Technology online databases searching (Program 2) Objective To introduce and teach using science and technology online database searching such as ISI WEB Of Science, ACS and Environment Complete For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (10.00-11.00 am) period Every Wednesday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    31. 31. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Health science online databases searching Objective To introduce and teach using health science online database searching such as CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Dermatology e-Journals For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (09.30-10.30 am) period Every Thursday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    32. 32. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Social science and Humanities online databases searching Objective To introduce and teach using social science and humanities online database searching such as Education Research Complete and International Financial Statistics Online For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (10.00-11.00 am) period Every Thursday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    33. 33. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program e-Books online databases searching Objective To introduce and teach using e-Books online database searching such as ebrary E-Books, NetLibrary E-Books, SpringerLink - E-Books, Computer Science (Elsevier E-Books) and Nursing Resoures Center For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (10.00-11.00 am) period Every Friday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    34. 34. ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS Online Databases Information Literacy Education Program Bibliography/reference format and Endnote Objective To introduce and teach doing bibliography/reference format and Endnote For students Post-graduate students timeframes 1 hour (10.00-11.00 am) period Every Monday Location Training room, MFU library Key speaker Reference librarian, e-mail: yanitha@mfu.ac.th Tel. 0-5391-6310 Participant 3-20 students
    35. 35. Thank you

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