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  • Partnerships & Initiatives | Cornell University Library
    With funding from USAID awarded to the Cornell University International Programs at the College of Agriculture of Agriculture and Life Sciences Mann Library and the Banaras Hindu University Library BHU in Varanasi India are partnering to help support libraries of state agricultural universities in India involved in the Agricultural Innovation Partnership AIP consortium Mann and the BHU library will share expertise in managing digital information resources an area of particular strength for Mann in order to expand active cyber literacy skills widely in the research extension and farming communities Two Indian librarians will be at Cornell in July and August 2012 to be immersed in information literacy and public computing training and a larger group of Indian librarians will come for similar training in summer 2013 More Other Universities and University Libraries Ahead of the Curve Mentoring for Emerging Careers in eScience Librarianship Cornell University Library CUL is partnering with the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University SU to support its eScience Fellows Program through a mentorship program for enrolled students The program provides students with opportunities for involvement with world class science libraries and innovative eScience projects The eScience Librarianship program a specialized curriculum within SU s MS in Library and Information Science program is designed to prepare students for professional roles supporting scientific practice and communication in eScience environments Curriculum components include scientific data management data and collaboration technologies data services workflows and metadata for scientific data sets The overarching goals of the mentorship program are to provide students with the opportunity to gain exposure to the practice of science and eScience librarianship and develop career skills and professional contacts More Previous Partnerships Conservation and Digitization of the Trials Pamphlet Collection at Cornell University Library A project to conserve and digitize the 321 pamphlets in the Trials

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/aboutus/partners/Previous%20Partnerships (2013-12-09)
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  • arXiv | Cornell University Library
    math computer science and related disciplines enabling scientists worldwide to share and access research before it is formally published Cornell University Library has provided operational support and stewardship for this open access service since 2001 A planning grant from the Simmons Foundation facilitated the development of a sustainability model with input from a wide range of stakeholders to position arXiv as a collaboratively governed community supported resource and to strengthen

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/node/2176 (2013-12-09)
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  • Help | Cornell University Library
    Help My Account Ask a Librarian Search Course Help Research Help Library Services Requests Help Home Frequently Asked Questions Trouble Connecting Still not able to connect Ask a Librarian Send Feedback CU Info CU Home Privacy Text only Search Box

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/node/5 (2013-12-09)
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  • Research Support | Cornell University Library
    services for users of digital images from hands on workshops and electronic guides to customized consultation sessions For information about image repositories on campus please see Research Tools Workshops The Library offers hands on workshops in its electronic classroom that teach Cornell students faculty and staff how to find use share and manage digital images Finding Images and Visual Media An introduction to finding and using images from Cornell s digital image collections and other visual resources Introduction to Photoshop A hands on introduction to image manipulation using the Adobe Photoshop CS3 software Schedule of upcoming CUL workshops Online Guides Online guides created by librarians explain how to find digital image resources including those licensed or built by the Cornell University Library The guides also offer software tools and tips for finding digital images efficiently and quickly Finding Images A guide to accompany the Finding Images workshop Digital Image Research A guide to searching for images and an advanced guide to using licensed and Cornell built image collections and software including ARTstor and Luna Insight Unexpected Images A guide to finding images in text based databases Other image related guides Online library guides developed for Cornell researchers Customized Consultations VR

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/visualresources/support (2013-12-09)
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  • Digitization | Cornell University Library
    pioneer in the creation and management of digital resources has assembled a team of experts to plan create organize and archive images and information for Cornell s faculty staff and community partners Whether it is turning a slide collection into an online resource for global sharing or digitizing photos and articles for a single class the DCAPS staff is recognized worldwide for developing digital collections in support of instructional and research activities We create digital resources that are easy to use manage and share Preliminary consultation is free and fees are low Services include Scanning of slides photographs monographs and oversized materials Color managed workflow Upload to Luna and ARTstor Metadata services Self Service Scanning Facilities Academic Technology Centers G27 Stimson Hall Faculty instructors and graduate TAs are welcome to use the state of the art computers software and other multi media equipment available at the Academic Technology Center to prepare course materials or to develop instructional technology resources for a course Resources include Flatbed and slide scanners A V hardware Cornell Library Collaborative Learning Computer Laboratory CL 3 Gallery Level Uris Library There are nine Creation Stations available in the Cornell Library Collaborative Learning Computer Laboratory CL 3 in Uris Library CL 3 is located on the Gallery Level in Uris at the bottom of the stairs to your left when you enter the building These computers are for use by students for course related projects Resources include Large format flatbed scanner A V hardware and software Mann Library Ag Quad Mann Library has several scanners available for free public use in the Stone Computing Center and computer classrooms The scanners are equipped to scan slides and negatives as well as opaque media All scanners are available on a first come first serve basis Scanner users have first priority

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/visualresources/digitization (2013-12-09)
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  • Equipment & Software | Cornell University Library
    Hall The Fine Arts Library offers audio video GPS digital documentation and presentation equipment for loan to AAP students and faculty Students from other colleges who are taking AAP courses may also borrow this equipment Uris Library Circulation Desk Dean Room Peripherals include digital still cameras digital video cameras digital voice recorders and computer video projectors These can be checked out for 24 hours from the Uris Library circulation desk

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/visualresources/equipment (2013-12-09)
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  • Copyright | Cornell University Library
    Assistance with investigating copyright status fair use analysis and obtaining permission Advice on interpreting the university s policy on the use of electronic materials in teaching Consultation on managing copyright ownership for Cornell authors Cornell University Copyright Information Center The Copyright Information Center is a Web site made through the collaboration of the Cornell University Library Cornell Information Technologies Office of Information Technologies Office of University Counsel and the Cornell

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/visualresources/copyright (2013-12-09)
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  • FAQ | Cornell University Library
    here For permission requests please contact the Permissions Coordinator at RMC I need to prepare a PowerPoint presentation using high quality images What resources are available to me Cornell University Library maintains two large image databases ARTstor and Luna Insight which host many diverse collections Both ARTstor and Luna include presentation tools that allow you to export your presentation to PowerPoint Faculty staff and other Cornell affiliates who have a need for special account privileges for instruction research and development may gain access to the presentation tools by emailing a request to VR Help Select image database help as the type of help you need and include in the description field ARTstor Instructor Password Request or Insight Password Request and indicate if you are faculty staff or other Cornell affiliate I ve heard that ARTstor has its own presentation software called OIV Where can I get a copy of this Members of the Cornell community may download the OIV from the ARTstor Web site You must first register with your current Cornell University email address to indicate that you are a member of the Cornell community in order to use all of ARTstor s features including the OIV I want to publish an image I found in a database owned by Cornell Am I allowed to do this Who can help with copyright related questions Cornell University Library maintains the Copyright Information Center Web site which serves as an information clearinghouse for Cornell policies general information reference materials and information on the University s copyright awareness and education programs You can also find information about the copyright clearance and consultancy services to assist you with your copyright related questions I want to use image resources in my lectures Who can assist me Cornell University Library has trained visual resources specialists

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/visualresources/faq (2013-12-09)
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