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Citt Summer Institute 2009: Library Services

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If you're a member of the faculty at UF and you'd like to learn more about what the libraries can do for you, have a look-see at this slide show.

If you're a member of the faculty at UF and you'd like to learn more about what the libraries can do for you, have a look-see at this slide show.

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  • Hello and welcome to the University of Florida Libraries! Distance Learning students, faculty, and staff enjoy the same library privileges as on campus students. In this brief presentation you will be introduced to some of the many services and resources that the library has to offer. We hope that you will be able to make full use of the libraries to enhance your coursework at the University of Florida.
  • The Smathers Libraries serve programs in Education, Fine Arts & Architecture, Humanities & Social Sciences, Journalism & Communications, Music, and Science & Engineering.
  • This presentation will answer the following questions:What materials are available through the UF libraries?What services does the library provide?Who is the subject liaison for my department and what can my librarian do for me?
  • What materials are available through the UF libraries?E-books! The UF libraries have a wide variety of electronic books available! Our e-book collections range from novels to computing guides. To locate e-books, search the library catalog. Any time you see the little red “e” icon, you should be able to use that book electronically. E-Journals! We have thousands of electronic journals, newspapers, and magazines to support your research. Once you have searched for a journal or newspaper title in the catalog, look for the little red “e” icon to find the electronic version. Databases!The UF libraries subscribe to hundreds of online databases, which are accessible from off campus as long as you are logged on the the VPN or EZProxy server.Course Reserves! Many professors use our electronic course reserves system to post assigned course readings including articles and book chapters. The UF libraries provide copyright clearance, scanning, and reserves purchasing for these materials.To access all of these materials, distance faculty and students will need to use the VPN or off campus access link from the libraries home page.
  • Subject guides! Our librarians have designed web pages that can help your students find the best resources for their research topic. These Subject Guides are online through our library homepages and available 24/7. They will link you to the very best article databases for your subject and give you an overview of what materials the library has to offer!
  • Digital Collections! The UF Digital Collections offer an array of completely electronic material including oral histories, maps, images from our University Archives, scanned herbarium specimens, and rare books from the University of Florida Special Collections. It is a great place to explore materials that are unique to the UF Library collections. We’re also on Flickr! Here you can comment on images or build Flickr widgets for your own webpages and blogs.These materials are freely accessible on the web and do not require off campus log on.
  • The UF Libraries also have their own You Tube Channel. It includes videos from our special collections archives as well as instructional videos for undergrads. These instructional videos include a tutorial on how to do undergraduate research called “Librarians to the Rescue” and a “UF Libraries Orientation” which includes tours of our on campus libraries detailing what they have to offer.
  • What services does the library provide?The Library provides many services to distance faculty staff and students. These are some of the most important services to know about:Off Campus Access ILLCourse ReservesAsk A Librarian Subject Specialists
  • To gain access to the full range of electronic resources available through the UF Libraries, you will need to verify that you are affiliated with UF by logging on either through the VPN or the Library Proxy. We recommend downloading the VPN, or virtual private network, to ensure a stable seamless connection. The VPN allows you to securely connect to and access services as if you were on campus. All you will need to download this software is yourgatorlink username and password. The VPN software is ideal for connecting to campus from your personal laptop or computer.For temporary access to library resources from any computer, you can use the Library Proxy or “EZ Proxy”. Just sign in with your gatorlink username and password OR use your library barcode information on your Gator 1 card.For more information on Off Campus Access, click on the “off campus access” link on our library homepage.
  • You can request books and journal articles that the UF libraries don’t own through ILL! Also, if you are located outside of Gainesville permanently, you can register to have books, journal articles, and other materials sent to your off campus location.
  • Course Reserves! Many professors use our electronic course reserves system to post assigned course readings including articles and book chapters. The UF libraries provide copyright clearance, scanning, and reserves purchasing for these materials.
  • Our librarians are here to help you! You can e-mail us, call us using our toll free number or chat with us live on line using our instant messaging service!
  • Who is the subject liaison for my department and what can my librarian do for me?
  • For subject specific services, contact your librarian liaison, or subject specialist.
  • Our Librarians can create course specific web pages that gather library materials together for your students!
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    • 1. UFLIBRARIES
      FOR DISTANCE FACULTY
      The University of Florida Libraries are in Gainesville,
      but our services are everywhere!
    • 2. George A. Smathers Libraries
      Library Homepage
      http://www.uflib.ufl.edu
      Distance Learning
      Page:
      http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/distance
    • 3. We will answer these questions
      What materials are available through the UF libraries?
      What services does the library provide?
      Who is the subject liaison for my department and what can my librarian do for me?
    • 4. What Materials are available?
      E-books
      E-journals
      Article Databases
      Course Reserves
    • 5. Materials: Subject Guides
    • 6. Materials: Digital Collections
      UF Digital Collections http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufdc/ and Flickrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ufdc/
    • 7. Materials: The Libraries on YouTube
      UF Libraries’
      YouTube Channel
      http://www.youtube.com/
      user/UFlibraries
    • 8. Services
      Off Campus Access
      ILL
      Course Reserves
      Ask A Librarian
      Subject Specialists
    • 9. Off Campus Access
      VPN
      Download of VPN software
      Stable connection
      Ideal for your personal computer
      EZ Proxy
      Log on using your gatorlink account
      Ideal for temporary access from a public workstation
      www.uflib.ufl.edu/access.html
    • 10. Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
      • You can request books and journal articles that the UF libraries don’t own through ILL!
      • 11. Registration:
      http://illiad.uflib.ufl.edu/illiad/
    • 12. Course Reserves
      The UF libraries provide copyright clearance, scanning, and reserves purchasing for course materials.
      http://eres.uflib.ufl.edu/eres
    • 13. Ask A Librarian
      Reference Help is available!
      In-person
      Phone1-866-281-6309
      E-maillibref@uflib.ufl.edu
      Instant MessagingMonday-Thursday 9am-9pm; Friday 9am-Noon
      http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ask/
    • 14. Subject Librarian Services
      Subject Specialists or Librarian Liaisons can:
      Help develop library assignments
      Create course guides or pathfinders
      Select materials to be placed on virtual bookshelves for your class
    • 15. Finding Your Liaison
      http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/selects.html
    • 16. Course Guides
      Our Librarians can create course specific web pages, or “Libguides,” that gather library materials together for your students!
    • 17. Virtual Book Shelf
      Our librarians can create virtual and on campus book shelves for your class.
    • 18. Information Literacy/ Library Resource Classes
      Your subject Librarian can:
      Teach library orientations or information-related classes based on your recommendations
      Create customized online tutorials about library research and resources
    • 19. UFLIBRARIES
      FOR DISTANCE FACULTY
      The University of Florida Libraries are in Gainesville,
      but our services are everywhere!