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  • Introduce meShort introduction to things available through ISS – Materials to support you in your course both on and off campus.More detailed intro especially to online services later in the semester, as arranged with you subject librarian
  • There have been several major changes to the building. Firstly we have removed the turnstiles to create welcoming entrance area. Secondly, last year we introduced self-issue machines, allowing you to check out books yourself. Use these to save time and beat queues at the counter. They are located in the entrance area. Please ask a member of staff for help with using them.
  • The building is split into zones: silent study, quiet study and group study rooms. Please observe the rules of the zone or move to another zone. Group study rooms can be booked at the counter for up to two hours each. If you want to work and socialise please go to the i-Learn Caf. In addition to the main zones, there are designated mobile phone areas. Please only make or receive calls in these zones; in other zones please keep your phones switched to silent (texting is allowed).
  • For photocopying and printing you need to buy a chip card from the counter 3 - 1 credit. There are two reaccrediting machines in the LRC.
  • Undergraduates can take out 12 items from the main collection plus 2 overnight loan items.
  • These are term-time hours. During vacations we are open from 9-5 Monday to Friday.
  • The Portal should display when you launch the Internet on-campus. We advise you to log in with your network ID on the left-hand side of the screen. The icons in the top-right corner link to various useful services such as your college email account, St Mary’s Online. Also the Library pages, which include the online library catalogue.
  • Catalogue straightforward to use – just ask in the LRC if you have any difficulties. Good to note that you can view your own record – check return dates of books you have borrowed. Also renew books online and reserve items that are checked out to someone else.
  • There are other computing facilities elsewhere on campus, for instance M1. These can be used when not booked for teaching. There are also pcs on the ground floor of the LRC and in the I-Learn Caf which will be discussed in a moment.
  • You should have received a computer account registration form by post. If you did and have returned the form, your IT account should now be set up. If not, please…If you no longer have the form, again please go to the IT Helpdesk.Passwords expire every ?45 days? So be prepared to change them. It is much easier to do this on campus than remotely. Try to change your password a few days before it’s due, while you’re in college. You should also complete the password reset form on the Portal (follow links from the homepage) This will allow you to change your password by telephone.
  • It is important to use College email as people such as lecturers will use this to communicate with you.
  • Your lecturer should tell you if you need to use St Mary’s Online. It may contain useful material such as lecture notes, reading lists, module outlines and coursework details.
  • You are advised to log on and check your modules as soon as possible. If you are enrolled on the wrong modules or you are missing modules, please go to Registry and complete a form.

¿Pueden los Particulares Ocuparse de la Gestión de los Residuos en México? ¿Pueden los Particulares Ocuparse de la Gestión de los Residuos en México? Presentation Transcript

  • Information Services & Systems The Learning Resources Centre
  •  The Learning Resources Centre (LRC) serves St Mary’s as Library and Computing Centre.  The LRC is located between the Chapel and the Refectory.
  •  Ground Floor Information Desk, Main Loan Collection, Group Study Rooms.  First Floor IT Rooms, IT Helpdesk, Teaching Collection
  •  IT facilities  Internet access including WiFi  Books  Journals  DVD’s and videos  Newspapers  Photocopiers  Friendly, helpful staff
  •  Use mobile phones – except in areas set aside for their use.  You may text as long as your phone is set to silent.  Eat or drink in the LRC (only bottles of water allowed).  You may have cold food and other drinks in the i- learn café  Disturb others
  •  You must have your student ID card to –  Borrow and renew items  Gain access to the IT rooms out-of-hours  Even though you do not need your card to enter the LRC, it is good to make sure you have it with you – you never know when you might need it!
  •  2 Week loans  3 Day loans  Overnight loans  Tied Reference
  •  Avoid LRC fines by returning items on time or renewing them online  Fines vary from 20p per day to 50p per hour … and these can quickly add up!
  •  Monday – Friday  08:30 am – 9.00 pm  Saturday  11:00 am – 5:00 pm  Sunday  Closed During the busiest weeks of the year, we are open until 10pm, and there is limited Sunday opening – ask in the LRC for details, or check the Portal
  • portal.smuc.ac.uk
  •  Search for items  View your own record  Renew and reserve items. libsys.smuc.ac.uk
  •  Wednesday 24th September 3-4pm. OR  Friday 26th September 12.30-1.30pm.  Both in G7.
  •  Self-service copiers located in LRC. Ask at counter for help and details.  Binding, photocopying and laminating service (ground floor K block)
  •  Over 100 computers with access to Microsoft Office  Internet access  High quality printing facilities  Scanners  WiFi access throughout the LRC
  • Located on first floor of LRC Friendly help with –  Logging on  Email  Printing  file problems  Microsoft Office (Word etc)  Open 8.30am – 6pm weekdays  Open 1.30pm – 4.30pm Saturdays
  •  Social Learning Space  Relaxed environment  Coffee machine  Near entrance to LRC  Available 24/7  Staffed by Students – look for blue ‘Can I Help’ t-shirts
  •  If you have not previously returned the computer account registration form by post, take it to the IT helpdesk so that your account can be created, giving you access to email and all other network facilities  Username will be your six digit registration number i.e. the barcode number on your ID card.
  •  Your email address will be: your six digit registration number @students.smuc .ac.uk
  •  St Mary’s Online is our online learning environment  You can find more information about modules, assignments, or whatever material has been made available by your tutors.
  •  Log in via the St Mary’s Online button on the top right of the Portal  Your username is your registration number  Your initial password is your date of birth in this format – dd/mm/yy – e.g. 31/07/85  You have a different password for the network and for St Mary’s Online, but the username is the same
  •  ID cards allow out- of-hours access to the IT rooms  Weekdays  9:05pm – 6:00am  All weekend to 6am Monday.