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Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
Welcome to the library school nursing and midwifery  2011
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  • 1. Welcome to the Library From your Health Subject Librarian Julie Moody
  • 2.
    • Brief introduction to get you started with using the library
    • Future sessions
    • Support and Help
    • Any questions?
    Aims of this session 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 3.
    • In your library you have
      • Books, journals, films, study space, computers, printing, library café …. and so much more
      • Video Tour
      • Open 24/7/365
    The Library 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 4.
      • Your Card enables you to ….
        • Access the library (and other buildings)
        • Borrow from the Library
        • Print
        • Make a payment
        • Not got your card?
          • Contact the School Office
    Your University Card 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 5.
    • Our online tutorials will tell you how to:
      • Change your Pin on Voyager (the catalogue)
      • Find items on the shelves
      • Borrow items (limit is 18)
      • Return items
      • Renew and request items
      • Beginners’ Trail – make sure you have completed this before the first library session
    How to use the Library 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 6.
    • This is only a beginning….
    • Timetabled sessions covering resources and information gathering (research) using our electronic resources – 12 sessions in total – you will be timetabled for one of them
    • See ‘How do I…’ section on LiliPad
    What next? 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 7. Why should I attend the library research sessions? 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 8.
    • Computer log-in – register for a computing account at www.plymouth.ac.uk/register
    • Portal help
    • Email help – UPCloud
    • Wireless networking
    Useful information 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 9.
    • ILS Self Help – searchable databases of answers to FAQs
    • LiliPad (Learning Information Literacy in Plymouth Academic Development) – online tutorials to help with using the library and do research. Lots of help on how to access resources off campus. Videos, PDFs and interactive tutorials with quizzes, self assessment materials
    Online Help available from the Library, Media and IT pages 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 10.
    • Ask staff in library or contact them via [email_address]
    General Library Enquiries 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 11.
    • Subject enquiries [email_address] or [email_address]
    Subject Enquiries 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 12.
    • Support for distance, placement, part-time and disabled students can be found here
      • Postal loans
      • Help with reservations, renewals, scanning of articles
    Special Support Services 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 13.
    • SUM-UP and Drop-In Zone – for help with maths, statistics, academic writing etc.
    SUM UP and Drop In Zone 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011
  • 14. Any questions? 02/09/2011 Julie Moody 2011

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