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    History - Undergraduate Library Induction 2011 History - Undergraduate Library Induction 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Library Skills 2011
      Siân Hewlett MCLIP, Assistant Librarian HSS
    • Why use the Library?
      • Pass your Course
      • Access to electronic resources
      • Space for quiet study
      • Expertise of Library Staff
    • Borrowing books
      Cottrell, S. (2008). The Study skills handbook (3rd ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Shelf mark = 378.17/COT
    • How many books?
      15 x Standard Loan (4 weeks)
      5 x 7 day Loan
      4 x 3 day Loan OR 24 hour Loan
      ***Fines for late items***
      Renew: phone 01962 827306
      email: Libenquiries@winchester.ac.uk
      In person
      My Account
    • The number on the back of your Student ID / Library Card.
    • Returns
      To the Issue Desk
    • Need somewhere quiet to study?
    • Clearing you Desk
    • Need a space to do group work?
    • Need to photocopy or print?
    • Want to rent a DVD?
    • Want to read a Newspaper?
    • Have any Library Questions?
    • The Library Website
    • Search the Catalogue for a Specific Journal
      The International Journal for the History of Sport
    • Online resources & Journal Articles
    • Any Questions?
      sian.hewlett@winchester.ac.uk