Specialised resources:   standards, conference,   theses…   Keeping up to date & social   mediaMoira BentFaculty LiaisonLi...
Programme Specialist   resources   Standards   Conferences   Theses   Business   information   Digimap Keeping    u...
Finding Engineering Standards                         Essential                        for design                         ...
Finding Conference papers     In LibrarySearch – but not     comprehensive     In databases such as Compendex     and Web ...
Theses Newcastle University PhD Theses  • Library Search – limit to Theses UK Theses  • ETHOS - http://ethos.bl.uk/  • Som...
Business information   Company Information     Business   Source Premier – articles plus company      reports     FAME ...
Marine Digimap Charted Raster    Scanned and geocoded images of the Admiralty Chart series, ideal for     general referen...
Keeping up with the crowd
Keeping up to date with what‟s new   The web is full of information – news sites, publications, blogs,   How do you know...
What do you do now? How do you keep up todate in your academic work?1.   Looking at a journal regularly2.   Scanning a web...
Email alerts   Save your search strategy as an email alert   Get alerts for your favourite journals too   Receive an em...
Email alerts   Individual databases – for topics   • Compendex, Scopus, Science Direct   Zetoc – for journal TOCs   • http...
Keeping up to date: RSS feeds    For web based content – web pages, EJs    Information sent to a “reader” – your personal ...
Getting started          • Find an RSS reader/viewer e.g. Google   Reader   Reader, Netvibes           • Find a site with ...
Now you’vedefinitely found it all– relax!But….
Blogs as an academic source   Published for many reasons       (e.g. academic / research / entertainment / personal, etc) ...
Finding Blogs      Google BlogSearch http://blogsearch.google.com/      ResearchBlogging       http://www.researchbloggi...
Micro-blogging (Twitter)   Currently a popular method of relaying small amounts of    information   Increase in number o...
Keeping up to date with theLibrary         Library Web Pages News         Library Events         http://twitter.com/nulibs...
Sail off into the sun
Next session s Practicals – Resources & Social media Mon 15/10 10.00-11.30 or 5.00-6.30 ArmB 1.64 Lecture: EndNote & refer...
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  • A key digital geographic information product depicting the UK marine and coastal zone environment. This rich vector dataset is provided in six individual Topic Layers, each of which contains a number of Themes:
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    1. 1. Specialised resources: standards, conference, theses… Keeping up to date & social mediaMoira BentFaculty LiaisonLibrarian
    2. 2. Programme Specialist resources  Standards  Conferences  Theses  Business information  Digimap Keeping up to date  Emailalerts  RSS feeds Blogs, wikis, microblogging
    3. 3. Finding Engineering Standards Essential for design projects British ASTM Other standards Standard IEEE Standards Standards available via ILL s
    4. 4. Finding Conference papers In LibrarySearch – but not comprehensive In databases such as Compendex and Web of Knowledge Lots of full text in IEEEXplore Conference Papers Index in Proquest We do not have all conference papers – you may need to use ILL
    5. 5. Theses Newcastle University PhD Theses • Library Search – limit to Theses UK Theses • ETHOS - http://ethos.bl.uk/ • Some available online (free), many require payment • Index to Theses http://www.theses.com/ (abs – not full-text) International Theses • Various databases available to help you find out about other research degrees • Usually difficult to obtain • http://www.ncl.ac.uk/library/resin/finding_information/theses/international.php
    6. 6. Business information Company Information  Business Source Premier – articles plus company reports  FAME – UK company data and reports  Amadeus – European company reports Market Research  Mintel  Euromonitor GMID
    7. 7. Marine Digimap Charted Raster  Scanned and geocoded images of the Admiralty Chart series, ideal for general reference and backdrop mapping but are NOT for navigational use.  Variety of scales Hydrospatial  Bathymetry and Elevation - The nature and shape of the Earths surface on land (elevation) and under the sea (bathymetry).  Natural and Physical Features - The natural topography of the coastal and marine environment including the biological, physical and chemical features within it.  Structures and Obstructions - Man-made physical structures and obstructions.  Socio Economic and Marine Use - Specified areas where one or more activities have been designated, are known to occur or are restricted.  Conservation and Environmental Protection - Designated boundaries for the purposes of conservation and environmental protection of natural and cultural heritage.  Climate and Oceanography - Climate and weather information, tides and currents or locations where measurement and monitoring is or has been know to occur.
    8. 8. Keeping up with the crowd
    9. 9. Keeping up to date with what‟s new The web is full of information – news sites, publications, blogs, How do you know what‟s new? Databases, EJs and websites are updated every day YOU have to go back and check Overwhelming, time-consuming, inefficient, relies on you rememberingInstead... Save your search strategy as an email alert (available in many e- resources) Use RSS feeds to make new information come to you instead
    10. 10. What do you do now? How do you keep up todate in your academic work?1. Looking at a journal regularly2. Scanning a website regularly3. Email alerts from my favourite journals4. Email alerts on topics I‟m interested in5. RSS feeds6. Reading a blog7. Twitter8. Facebook9. Something else
    11. 11. Email alerts Save your search strategy as an email alert Get alerts for your favourite journals too Receive an email every time a new article is added to the resource which matches your search Receive an email every time a new issue of the journal is published You can usually determine the frequency (daily, weekly, monthly, etc...)
    12. 12. Email alerts Individual databases – for topics • Compendex, Scopus, Science Direct Zetoc – for journal TOCs • http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/ • British Librarys TOC for journal articles & conference proceedings. • search 1993 = • 28,000 journals & 45m articles & conference proceedings • email alerts by subject / journal TOC • set up RSS feeds for journals
    13. 13. Keeping up to date: RSS feeds For web based content – web pages, EJs Information sent to a “reader” – your personal web page Relies on you checking your reader regularly – you may need to change your work practices Easy links to original information
    14. 14. Getting started • Find an RSS reader/viewer e.g. Google Reader Reader, Netvibes • Find a site with an RSS feed Feed • Click on and paste the link into your Link chosen RSS reader • Go back to your RSS viewer at regular intervals for your „news‟ – it‟ll be there waiting Read for you
    15. 15. Now you’vedefinitely found it all– relax!But….
    16. 16. Blogs as an academic source Published for many reasons (e.g. academic / research / entertainment / personal, etc) Anyone can now easily publish on the web Therefore, important to evaluate the information found  Blogs at Newcastle http://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/  EndNote Blog http://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/Endnote_Users  Moira Bent‟s Information Literacy Blog http://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/moira.bent  The Monitor http://dieselduck.blogspot.com/
    17. 17. Finding Blogs  Google BlogSearch http://blogsearch.google.com/  ResearchBlogging http://www.researchblogging.org/  Technorati http://technorati.com/ Many Blogs have RSS feeds so you can subscribe using your RSS reader
    18. 18. Micro-blogging (Twitter) Currently a popular method of relaying small amounts of information Increase in number of Library / Information twitter feeds http://twitter.com/nulibsage Regular news items from the Library, new resources, update on services, news and current awareness items from beyond Newcastle If you don‟t use Twitter, you can still follow the news via the RSS feed
    19. 19. Keeping up to date with theLibrary Library Web Pages News Library Events http://twitter.com/nulibsage http://www.netvibes.com/nulibsage
    20. 20. Sail off into the sun
    21. 21. Next session s Practicals – Resources & Social media Mon 15/10 10.00-11.30 or 5.00-6.30 ArmB 1.64 Lecture: EndNote & referencing Fri 19/10 10.00-11.00 Practical -Endnote: Mon 22/10 10.00-11.30 ArmB 1.64 Sign up for workshops using the Library Guide tab
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