EssentialLibrarySkills            Judy McSorley ~ Liaison Librarian for Tourism 2011
At the end of this session you willbe able to:  Use the library catalogue to find a book or ....journal  Locate the book...
Finding a book  author       date           title of book  Barnes, R.(1995). Successful study for degrees.  2nd ed. London...
Finding a journal       author             date          title of article Carnicelli-Filho,S. et al. (2010) Fear and adven...
Books    How are they arranged?
Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC)The main Middlesex University campuslibraries (Hendon and Trent Park)all use the Dewey c...
Dewey  Shelf order - sample subject areas:100   Philosophy and psychology300   Social sciences500   Science and mathematic...
Shelf order within a subject 330      Economics 338      Industry : production and           services 338.4    Secondar...
Shelf numbers... Tourism      Leisure          Hospitality     Festivals    Travel      etc.....  While the main shelf num...
The Library Catalogue The Library Catalogue lists all the material, books, journals etc. Held in all the Middlesex Univers...
The Library CatalogueThe catalogueincludes severaldifferent searchtypes.Each is usefuldepending onthe informationavailable...
The Library Catalogue Activity:              (10minutes & in pairs) Try the following 3 examples and decide which of the l...
The Library CatalogueBest options would be:-  For the first, where the title is fully  known, use Title A-Z  For the secon...
The Library CatalogueThe Name Keyword search is also useful if there are 2authors for a book and where the full title is u...
Logging in to My Accountb~ as stated below, use your student number (M000...) as your ID andyour date of birth in 6 digits...
Renewingn~ tick the books you wish to renew and click to Renew. Also checkbooks on your account, requested items and perso...
Making a Request
Making a Requestb~ as before log in with you student number and date of birth.Select which campus to collect from and note...
Journals   How are they arranged?
Print Journals are arranged:-Alphabetically by the exact title of the journal.Within each title, journals are arranged:ove...
Print or Online?To check availability of journals, use the library catalogue.If available in print form, the catalogue wil...
Journal Keyword Search    for TOURISM    = 61 results
Print or Online?
Online Access
Electronic Journals ProvidersScience Direct                  If you access journals or databases                  without ...
Science Direct:           searching within a particular journal
Library and IT Support Web Page                       http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/study/library/Start from UniHub tolink to Li...
Library and IT Support Web PageScroll down the screen to Study and Research Resources                                     ...
myUniHub for alternative access to the catalogue etc.Logging in here enables access to electronic resources withoutfurther...
myUniHub
Summonthe new single search discovery service from the mainLibrary and IT Support page or My Library withinmyUniHub and al...
SummonSearch for heritage tourism, then limit to Journal Article
Summonadd “and management” make sure Journal Article is selected andyou can also tick for “tourism” under Subject Terms.Cl...
SummonFull text article
Finally - Library Subject GuidesRemember - Tourism resources and guidance together                                        ...
Library Subject GuidesSearching for journal articles – guides and information plus a PowerPointpresentation               ...
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  1. 1. EssentialLibrarySkills Judy McSorley ~ Liaison Librarian for Tourism 2011
  2. 2. At the end of this session you willbe able to:  Use the library catalogue to find a book or ....journal  Locate the books and journals on the .....shelves  Request and renew books  Login to electronic resources, such as .....online journals
  3. 3. Finding a book author date title of book Barnes, R.(1995). Successful study for degrees. 2nd ed. London: Routledge edition publisher A book reference
  4. 4. Finding a journal author date title of article Carnicelli-Filho,S. et al. (2010) Fear and adventuretourism in Brazil, Tourism Management, vol.31,no. 6, pp. 953-956 journal title volumepart page nos A journal article reference
  5. 5. Books How are they arranged?
  6. 6. Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC)The main Middlesex University campuslibraries (Hendon and Trent Park)all use the Dewey classification schemeEach subject has its own subject numberas follows:-
  7. 7. Dewey Shelf order - sample subject areas:100 Philosophy and psychology300 Social sciences500 Science and mathematics600 Technology800 Literature900 Geography and history
  8. 8. Shelf order within a subject 330 Economics 338 Industry : production and services 338.4 Secondary Industries and services 338.47 Goods and Services 338.4791 Tourism But remember …….
  9. 9. Shelf numbers... Tourism Leisure Hospitality Festivals Travel etc..... While the main shelf number for “tourism” is 338.4791, there will be relevant books in many other shelf locations and on different floors in the Sheppard Library eg. history, geography, religion, culture etc. Hence the importance of using the Library Catalogue effectively………
  10. 10. The Library Catalogue The Library Catalogue lists all the material, books, journals etc. Held in all the Middlesex University Libraries You may use any campus library, and you may request books from other campuses through the Library Catalogue which can be sent to whichever campus is most convenient for collection
  11. 11. The Library CatalogueThe catalogueincludes severaldifferent searchtypes.Each is usefuldepending onthe informationavailable to startwith.
  12. 12. The Library Catalogue Activity: (10minutes & in pairs) Try the following 3 examples and decide which of the listed search types is most appropriate for each – using the information provided. bb• Find “Marketing for hospitality and tourism”• Find a book on tourism and poverty bb• Find an ecotourism book by Jennifer Hill
  13. 13. The Library CatalogueBest options would be:- For the first, where the title is fully known, use Title A-Z For the second where a topic is known, use Title Keyword Where a part title and author are known, use General Keyword
  14. 14. The Library CatalogueThe Name Keyword search is also useful if there are 2authors for a book and where the full title is unknown.
  15. 15. Logging in to My Accountb~ as stated below, use your student number (M000...) as your ID andyour date of birth in 6 digits for your Pin.
  16. 16. Renewingn~ tick the books you wish to renew and click to Renew. Also checkbooks on your account, requested items and personal details.
  17. 17. Making a Request
  18. 18. Making a Requestb~ as before log in with you student number and date of birth.Select which campus to collect from and note your position in thequeue. Click to Request.
  19. 19. Journals How are they arranged?
  20. 20. Print Journals are arranged:-Alphabetically by the exact title of the journal.Within each title, journals are arranged:overall by date : volume number : part/issue numberThe vast majority of our journals arenow provided electronically andaccessed through the Library CataloguePrint journals are located on the2nd floor in the Law Wing
  21. 21. Print or Online?To check availability of journals, use the library catalogue.If available in print form, the catalogue will tell you whichcampus holds the journal with details of years covered.If available online, there will be a blue link tothe available online issues of the journal withdetails of years covered.Not all journals are available online,availability is dependent on the libraryhaving a subscription to the journal
  22. 22. Journal Keyword Search for TOURISM = 61 results
  23. 23. Print or Online?
  24. 24. Online Access
  25. 25. Electronic Journals ProvidersScience Direct If you access journals or databases without first logging in through myUniHub you may have to log in for each resource you use. The ID and password will be exactly the same as your computer and uniHub one. Business Source CompleteEbsco
  26. 26. Science Direct: searching within a particular journal
  27. 27. Library and IT Support Web Page http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/study/library/Start from UniHub tolink to Library andIT under the Yourstudy tab.
  28. 28. Library and IT Support Web PageScroll down the screen to Study and Research Resources These are the most useful resources for Literature Searching
  29. 29. myUniHub for alternative access to the catalogue etc.Logging in here enables access to electronic resources withoutfurther authentication.
  30. 30. myUniHub
  31. 31. Summonthe new single search discovery service from the mainLibrary and IT Support page or My Library withinmyUniHub and also linked from the library catalogue
  32. 32. SummonSearch for heritage tourism, then limit to Journal Article
  33. 33. Summonadd “and management” make sure Journal Article is selected andyou can also tick for “tourism” under Subject Terms.Click for the online full text article
  34. 34. SummonFull text article
  35. 35. Finally - Library Subject GuidesRemember - Tourism resources and guidance together http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/tou
  36. 36. Library Subject GuidesSearching for journal articles – guides and information plus a PowerPointpresentation http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/tou
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