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UConn Waterbury Library: ECE Presentation for School Media Specialists

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    • UConn Early College Experience Library Media Specialist Training, UConn Waterbury
      Welcome!
    • Part I
      Presenter: Shelley Roseman
      An overview of UConn Libraries services and collections most useful for ECE faculty and students.
      Information related to remote access, finding books and articles, Interlibrary Loan, plagiarism, Storrs and Regional Campus libraries information.
       Library liaisons and undergraduate education librarians contact information.
    • Starting Points
      Libraries’ Homepage:http://www.lib.uconn.edu/Lists links and information about UConn Libraries.
      UConn Waterbury Homepage:http://www.lib.uconn.edu/libraries/waterbury/Includes information specifically geared to UConn Waterbury students and faculty.
      Early College Experience LibGuidehttp://classguides.lib.uconn.edu/ECELibrary Guide created by UConn Librarians for ECE participants.
    • Navigating the Home Page
      Search Window for Searching HOMER, Libraries’ Catalog
      Information for Undergraduates
      Link to Regional Libraries
      Links to finding books, articles, finding help, and more
      www.lib.uconn.edu
    • CLICK ON TITLE FOR MORE INFORMATION indicates multiple locations
      University of Connecticut Libraries' catalog of book, journal, video, map, microfilm, scores, sound recordings, and other collections held at the Storrs (Babbidge) and regional campus libraries (Avery Point, Greater Hartford, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury)
    • Using HOMER, find the title you need at another UConn campus, then click the request from another UConn campusbutton on the menu How long? 1-2 days (delivered to the Waterbury campus)
      Option to search and request via WorldCat for items not available from other UConn Libraries
      How long?2-10 days (delivered to the Waterbury campus)
    • Document Delivery / Interlibrary Loan (DD/ILL)
      DD/ILL Questions?
    • CREATE YOUR ILLiad Profile
      Go to: http://uconn.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/logon.html
      Click:First Time Users Must Create aProfile
      • Enter your netID and password
      • From the ILLiad page (create another login,
      We recommend using your netID* as the username)
      • Fill out all fields:PREFERRED LOAN DELIVERY METHOD: HOLD FOR PICKUPSTATUS: STAFF (OTHER OPTIONS: STUDENTS OR FACULTY)DEPARTMENT: OTHER- NOT LISTEDCAMPUS PICK-UP LOCATION: WATERBURY RCL
    • ILL: Using ILLiad from
      From www.lib.uconn.edu
      Click WorldCat
      Search for a book/video
    • Finding Articles Research Database Locatorwww.lib.uconn.edu
      Recommended: by Subject
    • Accessing Full Text Articles & eBooks
      Off Campus Access: Our new system will simply prompt you for your NetID and password when you click on a link that is restricted to the UConn community. This will only happen once per browser session.
    • Off-Campus Access
      HOMER SEARCH FOR e-books
      Web links: http://ezproxy.lib.uconn.edu/login?url=http://cco.cambridge.org/uid=3711/book?id=ccol9780521870795_CCOL9780521870795
    • Single
      Login for full-text access off-campus
    • Articles – Searching by Subject
      Topic: violence AND video games
      Datebase: PsycInfo
      Review of 'Grand theft childhood: The surprising truth about violent video games and what parents can do'. Citation Only Available  Cantor, Joanne; Journal of Communication, Vol 59(1), Mar, 2009. pp. 199-200. [Review-Book] Database: PsycINFO
    • UConn Links
      Options for obtaining full text
    • ECE LibGuide
      http://classguides.lib.uconn.edu/ECE  
      Finding Books
      Finding Articles
      Remote Access
      Plagiarism Prevention Tools
      Library Contacts
    • UConn Waterbury Contacts
      Shelley Roseman: Library Director, Instruction, Reference email: shelley.roseman@uconn.eduPhone: (203) 236-9908
      Janet M. Swift: English Liaison, Reference, Reservesemail: janet.swift@uconn.eduPhone: (203) 236-9902
    • Part I
      Presenter: Janet Swift
      • An overview and demonstration of searching the Academic Search Premier Database and electronic reference books.
      • Discussion of library support of information literacy general education requirements for all undergraduate students.