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UIC College of Nursing Faculty Services


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UIC College of Nursing Faculty Services

  1. 1. Library Services for CON Faculty Rebecca Raszewski, MS, AHIP Assistant Information Services Librarian & Assistant Professor
  2. 2. What I Will Cover • • • • Library Services Library Resources Curriculum Based Support Research Support
  3. 3. Library Services-the Basics • Library Catalog-searches both print and electronic journals, books, and more • Requesting Books • VuFind Account • I-Share-for books not at UIC Library or are checked out, missing etc. • Proxy Borrowing Request Form • Requesting Articles, Books, Videos, etc. • Interlibrary Loan-for articles not online or books not in I-Share • Free! • Will scan articles that are available in print and send them to you for no charge • Scan for free at library • $15.00 a semester for printing
  4. 4. Recommending Items for Purchase • E-books vs Print Books • E-Journals • Request Form
  5. 5. Library Resources • Research and Subject Guides • Databases • Managing Your Citations • E-books • E-Journals • Point-of-Care Tools • Audio/Video/Images • Mobile Resources
  6. 6. Research and Subject Guides • • • • • Databases A-Z Health Sciences Gateway Nursing All Health Sciences Guides Citation and Style Guide Help
  7. 7. Databases • CINAHL Plus with Full Text • MEDLINE via PubMed • Ovid • PsycINFO • HAPI/PsycTests • EMBASE/Scopus • ERIC • Sociological Abstracts • Web of Science
  8. 8. Managing Your Citations • RefWorks-online citation management system. Can create multiple accounts, bibliographies, and share your citations • EndNote-citation management system that is primarily based on your desktop. Can use EndNote Web to move citations from online to your EndNote Library. The UIC Webstore offers a discount. • RefWorks/EndNote Guide
  9. 9. E-books • AccessMedicine • Access Pediatrics • Books@Ovid • Credo Reference • Ebrary • MD Consult • R2 Digital Library • Wiley Interscience • Foundation Directory • Public Human Services Directory • Red Book Online
  10. 10. E-Journals • Can be found through the library catalog or e-journals list • Click on the in a database to see if articles are online
  11. 11. Point-of-Care Tools • Clinical Pharmacology • Nursing Reference Center (free CEs!) • JBI Connect • Through Ovid now • AccessMedicine • DynaMed • Essential Evidence Plus • First Consult • Up-to-Date (on campus only)
  12. 12. Audio/Videos/Images • • • • • Nursing Education in Video NEJM Procedures Bates Visual Guide to Physical Examination Anatomy videos-Acland’s Anatomy, An@tomy TV Most of our point-of-care tools have images, videos, etc.
  13. 13. Mobile Resources • Some of our resources have a mobile version that can be used as an app or a mobile website. • • • • Android Blackberry iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch Windows
  14. 14. Getting Help • Tutorials • CINAHL and Other Databases • Nursing Evidence Based Practice Tutorial • Ask a Librarian • Call • Email • Chat • Workshops • In person or online
  15. 15. Curriculum Based Support • Course Reserves • Course Guides • Support for Faculty and Students
  16. 16. What are Course Reserves? • Website that will have all of your classes’ readings available • Embed this in Blackboard or Course Guide • Make sure you list password on Blackboard or Course Guide
  17. 17. Course Reserves Submission Guidelines • A complete list of materials (e.g., syllabus or course reading list) is required for all electronic reserve submissions. • Instructors may submit photocopies for scanning or submit materials in any digital format directly to the Reserve Desk. This includes MS-Word or PDF document files, PowerPoint presentations, wave, audio and video files.
  18. 18. Course Reserve Submission Guidelines • Commercially produced course-packs may not be placed on electronic reserve. • Submit clean, single-sided, first generation copies of material with NO BLACK MARGIN or center stripe. (Double-sided copies produce shadows in the scanned copy.) • Larger items may be broken into parts to ensure smaller files and faster download times. • Typically no more than 20% of any copyrighted work may be used for electronic reserves. Consult Reserve staff for additional information about Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines. • 8 ½” x 11” paper is preferred, with at least ½” margins on all four sides. • Color images submitted after the deadline may be reproduced in grayscale due to time constraints.
  19. 19. Course Reserves Submission Guidelines • The first page of the document must include the course name and number (e.g., NUSC 210), the instructor’s name, and the full bibliographic citation for the source of the material. Citations should be listed in their entirety using the format below: • Book Chapter: Title of Chapter, Author of Chapter; (if different from author of book) Title of Book, Author of Book, Publisher, year; edition, pages. • Journal Article: Title of Article, Author of article; Journal title, volume, issue, number, year; pages. • Homeworks: Title, Author. • Lecture Notes: Title, Author.
  20. 20. Course Reserves DeadlinesContact Info • Reserve submissions are accepted throughout the semester, but materials required for the first day the term must be submitted six weeks in advance. • Can start submitting your course reserves if you don’t have everything finalized for your course • Additions will be accepted until the 7th week of semester • • For more info: • Submit Electronic Reserves • Traditional Course Reserves
  21. 21. Course Guides • Companion to your Blackboard site • Resource for student assignments • Place to link to e-books, videos, websites, etc. for your students
  22. 22. Course Guide FYI • Faculty can add content • Integrate into your Blackboard site • Link • Widget
  23. 23. The Course Guide Process • Provide librarian with information on what you would to see for the guide • Librarian will create guide • Faculty will review guide and suggest changes • Decide if the guide will be private or public • Private-online those with the link can see the guide • Public-everyone can see your guide • Librarian can integrate the guide into Blackboard
  24. 24. Curriculum Based Support for Faculty • One time session or a series of classes for your students • In person or online • Record sessions • Add Librarian to Syllabus • Add Librarian as a • Course Builder, Instructor, or TA for Blackboard Chat or Discussion Board • Blackboard Instant Messenger • Monitor discussions related to assignments • Curriculum Committee
  25. 25. Curriculum Based Support for Students • Help by Appointment • In Person, Online, On the Phone • Contact for Questions They May Have
  26. 26. Research Support • Literature Searches • eScholarship@UIC • Managing Your Data • Measuring Your Impact • Open Access
  27. 27. Literature Searches • Be specific as possible • If it’s a topic you don’t expect to see a lot of articles about, give some alternatives • List suggestions of words or phrases that can be searched • Age, Date range, population, gender, what kinds of articles, etc. • Give 1-2 weeks notice • Searches can take at least 2.5-3.5 hours • Librarian can conduct a session on literature searches or a one on one meeting
  28. 28. eScholarship@UIC • Managing Your Data • Measuring Your Impact • Open Access • INDIGO-institutional repository • Journals@UIC-start your own open access journal • Addendum to Publication Agreements for CIC Authors
  29. 29. Keeping Up with the Library • Nursing Tips and Tricks Blog • Facebook page-Peoria, Rockford, and Urbana also have Facebook pages • Twitter • Newsletter
  30. 30. Library Liaisons Rebecca Raszewski Kelly O'Brien LHS-Chicago: (312) 996-2759 CLHS-Rockford: (815) 395-5658 Emily Johnson Ryan Rafferty LHS-Peoria & Quad Cities: (309) 671-8491 LHS-Urbana: (217) 244-0607
  31. 31. Questions? Rebecca Raszewski 312-996-2759