1 Using Library Resources for Effective Online Teaching Randy L. Miller, Graduate Research Assistance Librarian
2 Online Librarians Research Assistance Randy L. Miller Graduate Research Assistance Coordinator Jeff Dull Liberty University Online Librarian Rory Patterson Undergraduate and Online Research Assistance Coordinator
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4 Liberty University s Information Literacy Standards Information Literacy is a General Education Core Competency Students should be able to: Determine the nature and extent of information needed. Collect or retrieve and evaluate the information that is appropriate to the academic level or discipline. Demonstrate knowledge of the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information. Access and use information legally and ethically. Use, individually or as a member of a group, information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.
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7 New users should use this page until they become familiar with our Services and Resources.
8 Online Library Services The library staff aspires to meet the information needs of our customers. We want to help you become a self-sufficient library user so that you can readily find the materials you need on any occasion. There is a full-time Liberty Online Librarian available weekdays by phone or . During evening and weekend hours, you may also contact our Call Center and Customer Service Center. The staff there will help you select the appropriate databases to use for your topic and show you how to develop searches.
9 Online Library Services We won t do your research for you, but our staff will gladly help you learn how to retrieve sources on a particular topic or from a bibliography. For assistance in the process of writing your papers and citing your resources, contact the Online Writing Center. Many of our library databases provide suggested citations, but the library does not provide assistance in writing or editing papers. A variety of tutorials and guides are also available online to aid you.
10 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 This is the front page of Liberty s InfoRM tutorial. (Information Resource Modules.) This is a selfpaced tutorial to help students choose their topic, and find books, articles and websites. It also contains information on deciding about the types of resources to use and how to properly cite sources.
11 EZ Proxy The ILRC provides books, journal articles, and other resources needed for research in your online courses. In order to access the databases containing these resources, you will need to log into EZProxy if you are off-campus using your Liberty username and password.
12 How does EZ Proxy work? IF A STUDENT TRIES TO DIRECTLY ACCESS A DATABASE, IT EITHER WON T PROVIDE ACCESS OR WILL TRY TO CHARGE THEM FOR THE BOOK OR ARTICLE
13 How does EZ Proxy work? BY USING EZPROXY, A TUNNEL IS CREATED BETWEEN THE DISTANT STUDENT AND LIBERTY, AND THEIR REQUEST APPEARS TO BE COMING FROM LIBERTY LIBERTY PROXY SERVER
14 How does EZ Proxy work? IMPORTANT NOTE: IF YOU USE VPN (VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK) TO ACCESS OTHER CAMPUS SERVICES YOU WON T BE ABLE TO ACCESS EZPROXY AND VICE VERSA. YOU CAN ONLY LOG INTO ONE OR THE OTHER AT ONE TIME!
15 Creating Proxied Links SOME DATABASES ALLOW YOU TO SEND A LINK TO A PARTICULAR ARTICLE. THESE LINKS MUST INCLUDE AN EZPROXY PREFIX OR THEY WON T WORK OFF CAMPUS. EBSCOHOST DATABASES AUTOMATIALLY ADD THIS PREFIX. OTHER DATABASES USUALLY NEED THE PREFIX ADDED MANUALLY. DON T JUST COPY THE WEB ADDRESS FROM YOUR BROWSER!
17 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 The Summon discovery tool is a good place to begin. This tool conducts a broad search of all our databases as well as our library catalog. If you desire, these searches can be limited to items that are available online.
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19 Finding Journal Articles Never pay for journal articles! We likely either have them in one of our databases, OR we can obtain them from another library. ARTICLES are found in JOURNALS that are INDEXED in DATABASES You can search for articles one of two ways by TOPIC using the appropriate DATABASE and search strategy (Boolean operators / truncation, etc.) OR by CITATION You use JOURNAL FINDER to determine which DATABASE contains the JOURNAL with the article you re looking for. Then you search within that JOURNAL for some unique terms.
20 Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 TITLE If you are looking for a specific journal article for which you already have the citation, Journal Finder will allow you to search by journal title to see if we have the issue you need. If we have it, Journal Finder will tell you where it can be accessed. Click on the Articles/Journals/Database link on the Library page.
21 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 Type in the name of the journal you are looking for. This will show which, if any, of our databases contain that journal. Note that it says Title begins with If you are not sure, but know some unique words, you can search for Title contains the words Quaker Studies
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23 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 You will often see dates, so if you know the date you can search that way, or if you know the author or title of the article you can search within this publication.
24 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 So in the DATABASE Academic Search Complete, in the JOURNAL named Quaker Studies, we looked for any articles by the author we knew Michael Graves and there was only one result.
25 Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 TITLE Our library s book and article databases are listed by subject area and also alphabetically by the name of the database. Many articles can be read fully online, but if the article you desire is not available in that format, it can usually be Quaker obtained Studies from our print journal collection or from other libraries through ILLiad, the interlibrary loan service. There is no charge for articles when requested through ILLiad.
26 TITLE This is one of the Subject pages. Besides online journals and books, we also have other specialty databases containing industry data, test reviews, literary criticism, reference books, historical books and newspapers, streaming video and audio, etc. Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3
27 EbscoHost Databases We subscribe to many of the EbscoHost family of databases. When accessing any Ebsco database, you can then click on choose databases and select all or several of them to search simultaneously. This is particularly helpful for multidisciplinary topics. You can article PDF s to yourself. You can create permalinks to articles (or searches). You can create personal folders to store articles in for future review. You can create journal or topic alerts to send you s.
28 Google Scholar Set your Library Links to Liberty University to connect to our journal databases You can click on Cited by to see who has cited that source.
29 Finding Books and E-books BOOKS are found in CATALOGS. Three main types of books are REFERENCE books, MULTI-AUTHOR works (where each chapter is an essay), and MONOGRAPHS. We have both printed books, and electronic books that are accessible online. If you are looking for a particular book title, LUCAS (the library catalog) lists our print and our growing number of ebooks. Imbedded in LUCAS, Google Books gives preview access to a substantial portion of many books. Many of our print books can be sent to you to borrow for the cost of shipping and return postage by requesting them through ILLiad. Because of time constraints, we will not borrow books from other libraries (interlibrary loan) for online students. But if you are in the Lynchburg area taking online courses, you can request interlibrary loan materials to be picked up on campus.
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31 TITLE Sample text 1 Sample text 2 Sample text 3 LUCAS search for online teaching. This search shows both print and electronic books, but you can limit results to just online titles. Click on an ebook, and it will provide an access link to read the book.
32 WorldCat is a CATALOG of books held in libraries around the world. It is a CATALOG, so it generally does not contain the full-text of books. Use the Find it in a Library Near You feature by entering your zip code. Many library catalogs are available online, so you can check availability. Sometimes it is cheaper for students to purchase inexpensive used copies of books from sources like BookFinder.com than to borrow them from us. You can see various editions and formats for books. Use the Cite/Export button to create APA, MLA, and Turabian suggested citations. (You often have to fix the state abbreviations.) Create a free personal account to store lists of books, create bibliographies, etc.
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34 Textbooks and Required Resources We do not typically stock the textbooks required for your courses. (Although we do have some general books that are used for texts, but are not published by textbook publishers. For example, Elwell s Dictionary of Theology. Some courses use books as texts that we have available as electronic books.) Since textbooks quickly become outdated and are generally not used for library research purposes the library does not buy them. Since textbooks are needed for an entire term and not the three-week borrowing time allotted for library materials, students should obtain their own copies. While students will usually need to purchase required textbooks, we do seek to provide the other information resources needed for your courses. (This is what we tell the students. Please help us by not requiring them to use a database or resource that we don t provide. Contact your liaison librarian if you have questions. For faculty members, we do not provide desk copies of textbooks for your courses. See your department for desk copies.
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36 COPYRIGHT CONCERNS You may freely use anything in our subscription databases. Always LINK to books and articles in databases rather than downloading PDF s and posting them to Blackboard. (Two reasons. You may be violating copyright restrictions AND each download is a vote to keep subscribing to that database.) We have licensed streaming video databases, including PBS videos, music databases, and audiobooks. We just added the Britannica Image Quest database for copyright free images.
37 LIBRARY ASSIGNMENTS You are the boss when it comes to your assignments. We won t tell students they don t have to do it your way. Please have clear assignments the students are actually able to complete. Could you do the assignment you assigned? You may refer students to the library for assistance in finding resources. We won t do the work for them, but we will help them find resources. You can t assume they know the basics. Be very clear in your instructions.
38 LIMITING WEB RESOURCES An information literate person should learn to evaluate the quality of websites they discover. However, many faculty want students to only use our library subscription databases so they know they have higher quality sources. Our online resources are delivered via the web. So tell them you want them to use library subscription databases rather than free websites.
39 A BEWILDERING ARRAY OF Book SOURCES reviews Newspaper articles Essays from multi-author books Dissertations Literary criticism Help them to make Reference book articles sense of the various Popular magazines types of information Trade publications they ll find! Testing instrument reviews Corporate or industry information Commentaries Peer-reviewed journal articles Students searching multi-disciplinary databases may find all of the above in their results list.
40 PRIMARY VS. SECONDARY SOURCES Primary sources provide first-hand testimony or direct evidence concerning a topic under investigation. They are created by witnesses or recorders who experienced the events or conditions being documented. Often these sources are created at the time when the events or conditions are occurring, but primary sources can also include autobiographies, memoirs, and oral histories recorded later. (Yale University definition) Usually, these deal with historical topics, but they don t have to be ancient history.
41 SCHOLARLY PEER- REVIEWED JOURNALS ARTICLES Written by scholars for scholars. Usually begin with an abstract, and end with references. Tend to not be general information but very focused and specific. Often present original, empirical studies. Not all scholarly articles use a peer-review process (especially in theology). So don t necessarily use the term peer-reviewed if you only mean that you want high quality sources. Realize that they are not available for all topics.
42 We would be glad to do a personal research consultation with any student or faculty member. Remember, we can assist you as a faculty member in your own personal research. Each department is assigned a liaison librarian that provides communication and collaboration in research assistance, collection development, and classroom instruction. See the list on the Faculty Services page. If you would like to recommend that the library obtain certain titles or databases, contact your department to see the procedure followed in your subject specialty. LIAISON LIBRARIANS
43 EZ Proxy Summon Google Scholar EbscoHost databases Peer-reviewed journals Liaison librarians LUCAS QUICK REVIEW WorldCat Research Consultations Primary sources Google Books Subject pages Proxied links ILLiad
44 QUESTIONS? We look forward to being your connection to Liberty Library services and resources!
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