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Introduction to library resources and services

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  1. 1. Welcome to The Class of 1945 Library
  2. 2. open 88+ hours a week Monday - Friday 7:30-9:30 Saturday 7:30/9:00 - 4:00* Sunday 10:00 - 9:00 *open at 7:30 on class days
  3. 3. Library Instruction for classes Request a librarian-led introduction to key research tools and resources
  4. 4. Special Collections for Learning & Discovery • Shakespeare’s Folios • “Geisburg Folio” • Ptolemy’s Geographia • artist’s books collection
  5. 5. Library Research Guides Request a customized research guide for your class Guides can be tailored to: • specific research assignments • library collections • specific course readings or texts
  6. 6. Course Reserves Request a course reserve for your class. The Library manages reserves for classes whose students will be working on similar research, viewing the same videos, or need access to supplemental course readings.
  7. 7. Biblion Search the Library Catalog to find books, ebooks, dvds, and cds Use My Library Account feature to renew materials or save searches
  8. 8. Need something we don’t have? Submit an interlibrary loan or purchase request and we’ll handle the rest.
  9. 9. Place your screenshot here Search for books, access e-collections, locate course research guides, request items for purchase…. Library Website
  10. 10. E-resources Access from anywhere ● Conduct your own research using a large collection of scholarly databases ● Utilize streaming video, art and primary source collections to support your teaching
  11. 11. Online video streaming collection of over 44,000 videos. Content includes: □ PBS - Frontline, NOVA, American Experience, etc. □ BBC □ American History in Video □ and much more...
  12. 12. JoVE Science Videos JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is the world's first peer reviewed scientific video journal. JoVE has published thousands of video articles from top research institutions around the world.
  13. 13. ArtSTOR Digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences. Visit their blog for teaching ideas.
  14. 14. Issues & Controversies in American History Balanced coverage of major debates and conflicts in US History Includes: • Encyclopedia content for background info and research • Primary sources such as political cartoons, speeches, Supreme Court decisions, etc.
  15. 15. Flipster Browse and read digital versions of the latest issues of popular magazines. Download the app to read offline on your Apple, Android or Kindle device.
  16. 16. Leisure Reading & Viewing Collections Faculty family members have full borrowing privileges. Children’s Collection CinemExeter – Feature Films New Books - fiction & nonfiction collection
  17. 17. Ask Us Presentation template by SlidesCarnival TEXT us: (603) 707-4054 Drop-in: Visit us at Help Desk Call Us: x3313 Email Us: By appointment: We’re happy to meet with you to help you create research assignments, introduce discipline specific resources, and more!