Thursday, March 31, 2011
As Library productions of course they're silent (shhh...), and we won't be packing for the Oscars just yet, but we hope they'll be of assistance to some users.
For starters we've covered the following areas
(if they're too small to follow just click on the full screen option on the bottom-right of each window)
How to renew a loan
How to reserve a book that's out on loan
How to find and read an ebook on the Catalogue
How to search, copy and print with an ebook
These clips can also be found on our website by clicking on Online Tutorials in the Online Resources page.
They were made using free software so if you think you'd like more of the same (for other tasks) let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see if we can get Spielberg in again...
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
The searchable records and objects include contents of 11 County and 3 City archives as well as the Guinness Archive, Irish Film Archive and Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
You can limit your search either to a single repository or to 'Collection Types' with options including Literary Papers, Theatre, Folklore, Trade Unions and Archives of Private Clubs and Societies.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Good library and information services are an essential underpinning for research, just as they are for successful teaching and learning. Success in research depends critically on the quality of the information services to which researchers have accesss. We would like to invite you along to our refresher courses and basic demonstrations in using our Online Resources.
Over the next three weeks we are offering basic and refresher demonstrations in
- RefWorks Bibliography Manager
- Online Databases
- Using the Catalogue
- Journal searches
- Accessing Ebooks