Subject: Library and Information Science Paper: Knowledge Organization Structure – Cataloguing Content writer: Dr. S.P. Sood P:03 M01
Views: 11202 Vidya-mitra
English description of the service functions in the online catalogue of the library of Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences
Views: 74 Hochschule Kaiserslautern
Librarian Mindy Ford walks you through how to import book references from the AU Library catalog into your EndNote library!
Views: 509 AU Library
A short video explaining what the class number means and how to find your books.
Views: 38 Hull Uni Library
Library search is a powerful Google-like search engine set to find a variety of resources listed in the Grand Valley State University Libraries’ catalog and databases. Students often call it the Find It box. This short video tutorial shows you how to perform a quick basic search and then limit your results.
Views: 492 GVSU Libraries
http://www.slrlounge.com/category/post-production-tutorials/lightroom-tutorials Welcome to the Library Workflow Chapter. All of our Lightroom Video Tutorials in this chapter are going to focus specifically on how to utilize the Lightroom Library functions and features in your actual workflow. To do this, we have prepared a new set of working files from a single shoot. We will get back to the previous working files once we move on to the Develop Module. But, for now, it was necessary to have a set of images that we could actually cull, organize and manage within the Library Module. So before starting, be sure to download the exercise files below. With each article, we will also be posting the completed catalog file which will have all of the changes included from that articles video tutorial. In this first introduction video, we will walk over what we are going to do in this chapter, as well as create our Lightroom catalog file and import our exercise file images. Enjoy!
Views: 4610 SLR Lounge | Photography Tutorials
In this tutorial, you'll learn why you should use books for your research, how to search for books on a topic, and how to access print and eBooks via the Saint Louis University Libraries.
Views: 2298 TheSLULibraries
This is a video tutorial that shows you how to set up and use the sections of MY DASHBOARD on your new account for St. Tammany Parish Library's New Online Catalog. Learn about the functions and settings of the sections MY BORROWING, MY PROFILE, and MY COLLECTIONS. Watch to find out how to personalize your browsing experience in this interactive social media community and library catalog. For best quality and better viewing, watch in full screen mode with HD resolution. www.sttammanylibrary.org
Views: 150 StTammanyParishLib
This video covers how to use the research tools on the University of Alabama Libraries' website to find the resources you need. The search functions covered are Scout, The Databases Index, E-Resources, the Libraries' Catalog, and ACUMEN Digital Archives. UA Libraries: http://www.lib.ua.edu Ask-A-Librarian: http://www.ask.lib.ua.edu VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: SCOUT: Our primary search tool is SCOUT, which searches the Libraries Catalog, our databases, the digital archive, all in one search. Scout looks for keywords by default, but its Advanced Search mode can be adjusted with the drop-down menus to search by title, author, or other parameters. Use the AND, OR, NOT menu to narrow or broaden your terms. You can refine results in the sidebar. For example, I might want only peer-reviewed articles published since 2016. I’ll enter a simple keyword search to illustrate how the results display and link to the resources. The first is a print book currently on the shelf in the Education library. The second is an article from an academic journal with a linked pdf, which requires a few clicks to get to it. Next is a direct download link for a full-text pdf. Last you can see “Check for Full Text,” this means that we don’t have access to a digital copy, but it may be available through print holdings or interlibrary loan. As the all-in-one research tool for UA Libraries, Scout is a great place to begin exploring a topic and discovering what articles and books are available. For more in-depth research, however, you may need to explore specific databases. DATABASES: Databases are large collections of specialized content, such as full-text academic journals, news, statistical data, or streaming video collections. UA Libraries provides access to hundreds of databases, all of which can be accessed through our Databases link on the home page. You can use the drop-down menus to find databases by subject or type. You can also find a database by name using the A-Z index or search bar. The subject, scope, and range of a database are described below each link. Each link will take you to that database’s landing page, where you can browse or search for specific resources. Databases are organized and constructed in a variety of ways. Some, like Academic Search Premier, look a lot like Scout. Others, like ProQuest Historical Newspapers, have different options and search functions designed specifically for the content they contain. In most databases, you can perform advanced searches with menus and limiters to find the best results. Many databases also provide specific tutorials and FAQs for advanced searching. Each database has unique content and resources, so advanced research often requires searching in multiple databases. E-RESOURCES: The E-Resources link lets you browse our electronic journal and book holdings alphabetically or by subject area. You can also search by journal title, making this the fastest way to find complete issues of specific scholarly journals; just search for the title, follow the links, and then find the volume you want. Most are organized by year. You can also browse by subject area, and then limit your results by resource type. Clicking a title in the results listing will allow you to directly access the content. LIBRARIES' CATALOG: The Libraries' Catalog search tool is different than Scout, and is sometimes more convenient to use if you know the author, title, or subject of a book you’re looking for. The catalog searches UA’s permanent collection of books, government docs, periodicals, multimedia items, rare books, primary documents, and microfilm. You can also search for specific journals by title to check availability of print and electronic volumes. When you click on a result, you’ll see the item’s information, location, and availability. The actions menu on the right of the item record page allows you to save, send, or export records, and you can also request to hold a book, recall a book that is currently checked out, or request items from the Annex. ACUMEN DIGITAL ARCHIVES: Through UA’s homegrown digital archive, ACUMEN, you can access or locate items from our special collections libraries such as dissertations, manuscripts, photographs, historical audio, and rare books. ACUMEN is searched by keyword and results can be filtered by resource type. For detailed information on using UA’s special collections with ACUMEN, click the Guidance tab at the top of the ACUMEN front page. If you need help finding resources or have questions about using UA Libraries, contact us at 205-348-6047 or go to ask.lib.ua.edu to Ask-A-Librarian."
Views: 901 University of Alabama Libraries
Published on Jul 9, 2014 This library tutorial will help you learn how to use advanced search to look for books and more using the default library catalog, a.k.a. ALEPH. Alan W. Aldrich & Carol A. Leibiger. University Libraries, University of South Dakota.Contact: [email protected] Copyright 2014 South Dakota Board of Regents.
Views: 2507 Danielle De Jager-Loftus
This video provides an introduction to the features of and uses for the University of Arkansas Libraries' catalog.
Views: 1161 UARKLIB
An introduction to the basic search functions of the NWC Library Online Catalog, with the inclusion of captions.
Views: 36 NWCLreference
This Excel overview explores many of the available functions and shows different methods for finding the one you need. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Excel-2010-tutorials/advanced-formulas-and-functions/75923-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-75923-0201 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Excel 2010: Advanced Formulas and Functions course presented by lynda.com author Dennis Taylor. The complete Excel 2010: Advanced Formulas and Functions course has a total duration of 5 hours and reviews the building-block functions, along with critical keyboard shortcuts that will speed up working with Excel data Excel 2010: Advanced Formulas and Functions table of contents: Introduction 1. Formula and Function Tips and Shortcuts 2. Formula and Function Tools 3. IF and Related Functions 4. Lookup and Reference Functions 5. Power Functions 6. Statistical Functions 7. Data Functions 8. Math Functions 9. Array Formulas and Functions 10. Text Functions 11. Financial Functions 12. Informational Functions 13. Reference Functions Conclusion
Views: 9747 LinkedIn Learning
Ever dreamed of picking a ready-to-use lambda from an open source catalog of reusable functions? Meet StackStorm Exchange. It has been serving actions to DevOps StackStorm community for years, boasting hundreds of integrations and thousands of actions. Now you can use these actions as reusable functions in the Serverless framework. You will learn how to turn an action from StackStorm Exchange into an AWS Lambda with few lines in serverless.yml, look under the hood of how the plugin does the magic, and be encouraged to to contribute your integrations. For more developer focused content, visit https://www.heavybit.com/library
Views: 146 Heavybit
Learn how to search the online catalog at Sullivan Library! The catalog can be found at: http://lib.dc.edu/uhtbin/cgisirsi.exe/x/0/0/49. It contains information about our books, electronic books, and print periodicals (journals, magazines, and newspapers) which we have in the Periodicals department. Note that if you are looking for a specific *electronic* periodical, you should use the Serial Solution database instead.
Views: 352 Sullivan Library at Dominican College
There's an App for That! Or Is There? : Examining Mobile Apps for Library Functions Emily Krug, Emerging Technologies and Cataloging Librarian Somerset Community College Learning Commons Presentation at online conf #lib2013 http://www.library20.com/ Emily Krug is a graduate of Milligan College (B.A., 2008) and Clarion University (M.S.L.S., 2011). Her professional interests include using mobile technologies for library functions, cloud computing, cataloging, and social media. Follow her on Twitter @ETClibrarian Email: [email protected] The rise of tablet computing and the advent of mobile apps are changing the way we interact with technology. The library profession should be embracing these changes. One way this could be done is through the creation of mobile apps—not only for our users, but also for ourselves. This session will examine existing apps for librarians and will include a discussion of how librarians, particularly catalogers and other technical services librarians might use apps in a daily workflow. The mobile learning .. inc. Apps ... area on the Shambles website is at http://shambles.net/ICT/#mobile The Library and Librarian areas on the Shambles website can be found at http://shambles.net/librarian/ The Information Literacy and Fluency area on the Shambles website cn be found at http://shambles.net/informationliteracy/
Views: 138 Shamblesguru Smith
Niagara County Community College Library's online tutorial on Catalog Basics. Learn what resources you can find in NCCC Library's catalog, how to do a basic search, and how to find items in the library.
Views: 445 NCCCLibrary
In this video, I tried to explain that how to do cataloguing of books in Koha, how to fill information in MARC fields, sub-fields in cataloguing process. MARC tag 008 file is also included for guidance purpose on how we can define Literary form of the document in cataloguing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6GnAxWKP7lPNHVhMjFYbHRsaXc/view?usp=sharing Enjoy this video and soon I will publish the video on How to create Patron categories and add patrons in Koha. Thanks.
Views: 15499 Rahul Katare
One of the functions of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) is to act as a resource for interested parties to source information on all aspects of food safety and hygiene. The FSAI library, located at our offices on Lower Abbey Street, contains a wide range of books, journals, videos and online databases related to food safety. The library is open to students, staff of government agencies, the food industry, researchers and the general public, preferably by appointment to ensure that the appropriate assistance is provided and the required information is available on visiting. Materials from the library are for reference purposes only and cannot be borrowed from the library. It is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. To make an appointment to visit the Information Centre, please contact us by telephone on 01 817 1300 or by email on [email protected] To search our library catalogue, please click here: http://bit.ly/g8XzyB
Views: 670 fsaiTV