CILIP New Professionals Day       11th May 2012        #CILIPNPD12“Have you tried loggingout and then in again?”
What do you want to learn about  e-resources?
A... radical assumption would consider that allknowledge, all information could be so condensedthat it could be contained ...
Abby BarkerUniversityCampusSuffolkE-resourcesLibrarian
Simon Barron     Durham University E-resourcesCo-ordinator
An example of everyday tech support…
Over to you!How would youanswer these reallife queries?
Further informationTraining:UKSG Introduction to Journals and E-resources Todayhttp://www.uksg.org/event/INJERT091012UKSG ...
Any questions?  simon.barron.19@gmail.com  @SimonXIX  abigailbarker@gmail.com  @abbybarker
"Have you tried logging out and then in again?": a guide to e-resources in libraries.
"Have you tried logging out and then in again?": a guide to e-resources in libraries.
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Abby Barker and Simon Barron present a guide to working with e-resources in the library and information sector. Delivered at the CILIP New Professionals Day 2012.

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"Have you tried logging out and then in again?": a guide to e-resources in libraries.

  1. 1. CILIP New Professionals Day 11th May 2012 #CILIPNPD12“Have you tried loggingout and then in again?”
  2. 2. What do you want to learn about e-resources?
  3. 3. A... radical assumption would consider that allknowledge, all information could be so condensedthat it could be contained in a limited number ofworks placed on a desk, therefore within handsreach, and indexed in such a way as to ensuremaximum consultability. In this case the worlddescribed in the entirety of books would really bewithin everyones grasp. The Universal Book createdfrom all books would become very approximatelyan annex to the brain, a substratum even ofmemory, an external mechanism and instrument ofthe mind but so close to it, so apt to its use that itwould truly be a sort of appended organ, anexodermic appendage. Paul Otlet, Traité de documentation, 1934.
  4. 4. Abby BarkerUniversityCampusSuffolkE-resourcesLibrarian
  5. 5. Simon Barron Durham University E-resourcesCo-ordinator
  6. 6. An example of everyday tech support…
  7. 7. Over to you!How would youanswer these reallife queries?
  8. 8. Further informationTraining:UKSG Introduction to Journals and E-resources Todayhttp://www.uksg.org/event/INJERT091012UKSG E-resources Technical Update http://www.uksg.org/events/technicalBooks:Kate Price and Virginia Havergal, ed. E-books in libraries: a practical guide. FacetPublishing. ISBN: 9781856045728.Louise Cole, Electronic resource management: a handbook. Facet Publishing. ISBN:9781856048149.Ksenija Minčić-Obradović, E-books in academic libraries. Chandos Publishing. ISBN:9781843345862.Websites:Laura Wilkinson, ‘E-Resources FAQ’ on Laura’s Dark Archive:http://darkarchive.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/e-resources-faq/ Published 3rd November2011.Laura Wilkinson, ‘E-Resources – less frequently asked questions’ on Laura’s DarkArchive: http://darkarchive.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/e-resources-%E2%80%93-less-frequently-asked-questions/ Published 4th November 2011.
  9. 9. Any questions? simon.barron.19@gmail.com @SimonXIX abigailbarker@gmail.com @abbybarker

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