Welcome to HeterickMemorial Library
WELCOME to the LIBRARY
Librarians and Circ staffhttp://www-new.onu.edu/academics/heterick_memorial_library/staffProfessor BarilProfessorDonleyMs....
• Knowledgeable degreed librarians onduty over 60 hours per week• Friendly faces ready to help 101.5 hoursper week• Access...
THE LIBRARIES OF ONU• HeterickMemorialLibraryTaggert Law Library
ONU ID is your library cardRemember toalways use all11 digits!
Library Lingo• Circulation -- department in the front of the library• Circ desk -- desk where you check out materials• Che...
• Building• Resources (print or online)• Services• Staff• PATRONSELEMENTS OF THE LIBRARY
LIBRARY TOUR• The library is divided into three areas.• First floor – public services, circulation/reference desks, refere...
FIRST FLOOR•Materials check out and returns•Course Holds/OhioLINK/ Interlibrary loans•Audiovisual materialsYour ID is need...
FIRST FLOOR
FIRST FLOOR•6 terminals on the 1st floor•2 each on 2nd and 3rd floorsDVD browsingbindersNew BooksCurrent PeriodicalsREFERE...
FIRST FLOOR
FIRST FLOORComputer Labs (2) with 8 and 24 PC’sAnd a multi-media projector.
As an ONU student, you receive $30.00 infree printing each academic year.Each time you log into the universitynetwork an...
Saving documents, etc• Must log-in each time you want to use the catalogs inthe library with your user name and password• ...
LIBRARY TOUR• Second floor – Classrooms,Communication Skills Center, olderperiodicals, open study tables, groupstudy carre...
SECOND FLOORhttp://www.onu.edu/admin-offices/cscCommunication Skills Center
SECOND FLOOROpen seating on northend of second floor
One of twoSeminar roomsFour 4-6 personstudy carrels
SECOND FLOOR/THIRD FLOOR1-2 person study carrelsagainst east and west walls
LIBRARY TOUR• Third floor – Book collection, 1-2person• study carrels, seating in book stacks,lounge• areas.• This is prob...
Public terminal onthird floor
Students can usetheir laptopsthroughout thelibrary.
Catalogs – for locating books, maps,musical scores, govt. documents, etc.Databases – usually forlocating periodical and ...
Materials commonly listed in catalogs:• Books (including juvenile literature)• Maps• Music Scores• Audiovisual materials (...
ResearchThree basic ways to beginresearch1. Catalog for backgroundbooks, etc.2. Database search on topic3. Specific title ...
Section 1: Find a BookPOLAR:Name of our library catalog
Find a book
•Displays booksavailable atHeterick and Lawlibraries•ONU ID is yourlibrary card at bothHML and Taggert•Displays booksavail...
Arrangedon thirdfloor (stacks)DeweydecimalorderFind a book
Find a movie
Find a movieClick on the title of either record
Find a movie
OhioLINK
Section 2: Find an ArticleDatabases
Find an article• Periodical means thesame as MagazineUsually magazines aremore “popular”• JournalsScholarly or Professiona...
Find an articleOften tools for locating journal andnewspaper articlesMost are subject-specific – some multi-disciplinary...
General DatabaseScholarly journals,peer reviewed articles
Find an Article
Some articles available full-text html or pdfFind an Article
Find an Article• What if it’s not available PDF or HTML?• Always hit the “find it” icon and see what happensnext.
• It may have to be requestedILLFind an Article
Find an Article• It may be available Full text fromOhioLINK or another database
Find an Article• And could be available in print
InterLibrary LoanFill in theblanks
How to keep track of articles
Save, Print, Export
HELPTraci Welch Moritz, MLSPublic Services LibrarianAssistant ProfessorHeterick Memorial Libraryt-moritz@onu.edu419-772-24...
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PMCP Library Introduction

  1. 1. Welcome to HeterickMemorial Library
  2. 2. WELCOME to the LIBRARY
  3. 3. Librarians and Circ staffhttp://www-new.onu.edu/academics/heterick_memorial_library/staffProfessor BarilProfessorDonleyMs. KobielaProfessorLogsdonProfessorMoritz
  4. 4. • Knowledgeable degreed librarians onduty over 60 hours per week• Friendly faces ready to help 101.5 hoursper week• Access to the resources you need bothon and off campus• Resources available in a timely mannerWhat you can expect from HML
  5. 5. THE LIBRARIES OF ONU• HeterickMemorialLibraryTaggert Law Library
  6. 6. ONU ID is your library cardRemember toalways use all11 digits!
  7. 7. Library Lingo• Circulation -- department in the front of the library• Circ desk -- desk where you check out materials• Check out -- use library card to prepare items so youmay use them• Library card -- your university ID is your library card• Due dates -- date you must return or renew items by• Renew -- act used to keep items longer• Fines -- money you must pay if you failto return or renew items by thestamped due date• Reference -- dept where youreceive help with your libraryquestions.
  8. 8. • Building• Resources (print or online)• Services• Staff• PATRONSELEMENTS OF THE LIBRARY
  9. 9. LIBRARY TOUR• The library is divided into three areas.• First floor – public services, circulation/reference desks, reference collection,computer labs, current periodicals,microforms, newspapers & new booksroom.• In general, this is a high-traffic area andnot conducive to concentrated study.
  10. 10. FIRST FLOOR•Materials check out and returns•Course Holds/OhioLINK/ Interlibrary loans•Audiovisual materialsYour ID is needed to borrowmaterials.
  11. 11. FIRST FLOOR
  12. 12. FIRST FLOOR•6 terminals on the 1st floor•2 each on 2nd and 3rd floorsDVD browsingbindersNew BooksCurrent PeriodicalsREFERENCE
  13. 13. FIRST FLOOR
  14. 14. FIRST FLOORComputer Labs (2) with 8 and 24 PC’sAnd a multi-media projector.
  15. 15. As an ONU student, you receive $30.00 infree printing each academic year.Each time you log into the universitynetwork and print, money is deducted.If you use more than $30.00, the numberwill simply go to the negative and theamount will be charged to your universityaccount by the end of the year.Printing at theLibrary
  16. 16. Saving documents, etc• Must log-in each time you want to use the catalogs inthe library with your user name and password• You may save documents to a jump drive or the H:drive
  17. 17. LIBRARY TOUR• Second floor – Classrooms,Communication Skills Center, olderperiodicals, open study tables, groupstudy carrels, 1-2 person studycarrels.• The second floor is meant forstudying and periodicals use.
  18. 18. SECOND FLOORhttp://www.onu.edu/admin-offices/cscCommunication Skills Center
  19. 19. SECOND FLOOROpen seating on northend of second floor
  20. 20. One of twoSeminar roomsFour 4-6 personstudy carrels
  21. 21. SECOND FLOOR/THIRD FLOOR1-2 person study carrelsagainst east and west walls
  22. 22. LIBRARY TOUR• Third floor – Book collection, 1-2person• study carrels, seating in book stacks,lounge• areas.• This is probably the quietest part ofthe library.
  23. 23. Public terminal onthird floor
  24. 24. Students can usetheir laptopsthroughout thelibrary.
  25. 25. Catalogs – for locating books, maps,musical scores, govt. documents, etc.Databases – usually forlocating periodical and newspaperarticles, but may coverother materials as wellResearch Tools
  26. 26. Materials commonly listed in catalogs:• Books (including juvenile literature)• Maps• Music Scores• Audiovisual materials (movies on DVD)• Government documents• Increasingly links to resources onthe InternetNot newspaper and magazinearticlesCatalog Content
  27. 27. ResearchThree basic ways to beginresearch1. Catalog for backgroundbooks, etc.2. Database search on topic3. Specific title search forarticle
  28. 28. Section 1: Find a BookPOLAR:Name of our library catalog
  29. 29. Find a book
  30. 30. •Displays booksavailable atHeterick and Lawlibraries•ONU ID is yourlibrary card at bothHML and Taggert•Displays booksavailableelectronically•Books with duedate can berequested throughOhioLINK, thelibrary consortiumFind a book
  31. 31. Arrangedon thirdfloor (stacks)DeweydecimalorderFind a book
  32. 32. Find a movie
  33. 33. Find a movieClick on the title of either record
  34. 34. Find a movie
  35. 35. OhioLINK
  36. 36. Section 2: Find an ArticleDatabases
  37. 37. Find an article• Periodical means thesame as MagazineUsually magazines aremore “popular”• JournalsScholarly or ProfessionalPeer reviewed
  38. 38. Find an articleOften tools for locating journal andnewspaper articlesMost are subject-specific – some multi-disciplinaryMany give access to full text of articlesHeterick has 200+Available from Heterick home pageGeneral Databases include AcademicSearch Complete and JSTORSubject Specific databases indexscholarly journal articles from academicjournals devoted to a certain discipline.
  39. 39. General DatabaseScholarly journals,peer reviewed articles
  40. 40. Find an Article
  41. 41. Some articles available full-text html or pdfFind an Article
  42. 42. Find an Article• What if it’s not available PDF or HTML?• Always hit the “find it” icon and see what happensnext.
  43. 43. • It may have to be requestedILLFind an Article
  44. 44. Find an Article• It may be available Full text fromOhioLINK or another database
  45. 45. Find an Article• And could be available in print
  46. 46. InterLibrary LoanFill in theblanks
  47. 47. How to keep track of articles
  48. 48. Save, Print, Export
  49. 49. HELPTraci Welch Moritz, MLSPublic Services LibrarianAssistant ProfessorHeterick Memorial Libraryt-moritz@onu.edu419-772-2473419-772-2185ReferenceLibrarians on duty8a-4:30p Mon-Fri6p-9p Mon-Thur10a-3:30p Sundaysreference@onu.edu

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