Eres Itlal Tech Week Presentation April2008
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Eres Itlal Tech Week Presentation April2008 Eres Itlal Tech Week Presentation April2008 Presentation Transcript

  • Putting Technology in Its Place An Introduction to ERes Kabel Nathan Stanwicks, Head Circulation and Media Services, University Libraries
  • Overview
    • What is ERes?
    • How is ERes used at UAlbany?
    • Who is using ERes?
    • Advantages to using ERes
    • Getting Started with ERes
  • What is ERes?
    • Electronic Course Reserve System
    • Web-enabled access to course-related content
    • Versatile system with a simple interface
  • How is ERes used?
    • Course-related readings: book chapters & journal articles
    • Class Lectures
    • Syllabi
    • Links to streaming audio, video, and podcasts
    • Online Discussions
    • Online Chat
  • The ERes Advantage
    • Library staff will scan, upload, and link course reserve content
    • Library staff handle copyright issues and fair use test
    • Faculty can upload content and manage their own course pages
  • Getting Started With ERes A link to ERes is in the left navigation bar on the Libraries’ home page http://library.albany.edu , or access the ERes page directly at http://eres.ulib.albany.edu.libproxy.albany.edu/eres/default.aspx . Select the link Reserve Services for Faculty to request an ERes account, submit a reserve request, or print a reserve request form.
  • Getting Started With ERes Links to help files and videos are available from the ERes Web pages. Library staff are available to assist you via phone (442-3609) or email (eres@albany.edu).