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  • Oviatt Library Outreach Programming for Local Schools Interactive Map | Oviatt Library
    Subject Specialists Oviatt Library Outreach Programming for Local Schools Interactive Map The Oviatt Library provides tours and lectures in addition to resources and services for many schools within the San Fernando Valley More information about the Oviatt Library s AP Program can be found at the Oviatt Library Advanced Placement Student Program page Oviatt Library tours provided for these schools Oviatt Library lectures provided for these schools Schools that participate in Oviatt Library AP Programming School Participation Policy Library tours and lectures can be arranged for K 12 students and their teachers with a two to four week advance notice K 12 teachers who request and participate in Library tours and lectures are expected to Provide the Oviatt Library with intended goals for their Library tour and or lecture Complete an online survey about their students experiences at the Library and the ways in which the visit fulfilled the intended goals Survey results will be used to improve future programming and for promotional purposes to communicate the Oviatt Library s outreach activities to the campus community and the public Information about scheduling a Library tour can be found at http library csun edu Services Tours For information about scheduling a

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Services/APStudentMapInteractive (2016-02-17)
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  • Library Resources for High School Students | Oviatt Library
    Reference Desk Subject Specialists Library Resources for High School Students In addition to the resources and services at the Oviatt Library students in the Los Angeles area are fortunate enough to have many library services available that can help with homework research papers finding books to read for fun and even programs that offer fun events for teens Your High School library and media center Your high school library and media center is the best place to begin your research The library media teacher at your school is an expert in assisting high school students with their research and can help them learn about different sources of information that are available Public Libraries The Los Angeles area has many public libraries that provide books access to newspaper and journal articles both in print and online and access to information for research papers Los Angeles Public Library has over 70 locations in the city of Los Angeles where you can borrow books use computers and search hundreds of databases for newspaper and journal articles biographies and statistics With your Los Angeles Public Library card you can also use some of these databases from your home There is also a special web site for teens with links to homework help links to help with real life issues and events County of Los Angeles Public Library is another large library system located in the Los Angeles area with almost 90 locations The teen services page for the County of Los Angeles has links to interesting and helpful sites including a web site for live online help with homework through tutor com for those with County of Los Angeles Public Library cards Burbank Glendale and Pasadena also have links to resources for teens on their web sites Services Services Overview Borrow Renew Interlibrary Loan

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Services/HSStudents (2016-02-17)
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  • Friends of the Library | Oviatt Library
    of the Oviatt Library Activities Among many other activities the Friends sponsor cultural programs organize fund raising events hold book sales support volunteer activities and encourage gifts and endowments Volunteer Volunteers are needed for a variety of Friends activities including working with the Gift Book Program and at book sales Contact the Friends Office at 818 677 2638 to sign up Membership Joining the Friends of the Library at the level of General Member or above will entitle you to special Library privileges You will also receive invitations to Library events and meet other community members who share your interest in books and knowledge and in your commitment to the improvement of the community s cultural resources More importantly you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your membership contribution is being used to buy books and other materials to purchase needed equipment to sponsor exhibits and to provide cultural programming Your membership helps the Library remain strong and vital Become a member of the Friends today Please join us We look forward to hearing from you soon Membership information and application Please note there are some restrictions to Library access with a member s Library Card http library csun

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Friends (2016-02-17)
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  • Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room | Oviatt Library
    Presentation Room has the following equipment in the room available to use Computer supports CDs and USB memory sticks flash drives only LCD Projector ceiling mounted Retractable screen in the ceiling Lectern Microphone room has built in sound system DVD VCR player Lectern White board with markers Presenters are welcome to bring their own laptop To be compatible you must bring a SVGA cable to connect to the projector Technical Support The Library is unable to provide technical support for your program It is recommended that arrangements be made to bring your own technical support person to assist especially with computer hardware and software issues Refreshments Light refreshments are permitted There is a small kitchenette attached to the room Please utilize table in the kitchen and the countertops to serve beverages to avoid spills on the carpet Clean Up If you use the Presentation Room you are responsible for leaving the room clean and in the original configuration There is no charge or fee for the use of this room However we do require you clean up immediately after you are finished in the room Failure to leave a clean room or any defacement caused to the room and its furnishings are sufficient grounds for denial of future use of the room Noise Ensuring a pleasant and productive environment for study and research for all library users requires that respect must be given to maintain the quiet within the Oviatt Library The Presentation Room doors may need to be kept closed during an event to avoid disturbing others Location Access The Presentation Room 81 is located in the west wing at the lower level Access to the Presentation Room is from the Library s front main entrance Continue through the lobby and turn left at the Learning Commons Take the

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/About/PresentationRoom (2016-02-17)
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  • Public Computer Problem Report Form | Oviatt Library
    Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Public Computer Problem Report Form This form is to be used by CSUN Library personnel to report problems with the public computers in any of the various Library facilities After filling out the form please put a Computer Down sign on the computer Your Name Computer Location Learning Commons Reserves Periodicals Microform Oviatt Lab A Oviatt Lab B Oviatt Lab C Assistive Technology Rooms Sierra Hall 392 Other Station Number Please describe the problem Provide as much detail as possible Blank Field The last field should be left blank to prove you re human and not a spammer Services Services Overview Borrow Renew Interlibrary Loan Course Reserves Computers Laptops iPads Printing Photocopying For Faculty For Users with Disabilities For Alumni Community Library Forms Undergraduates Faculty Graduate Students Alumni Community Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Services/ComputerProblem (2016-02-17)
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  • Online Reserve Request Form | Oviatt Library
    place materials on reserve Reserves Periodicals Microform for most course reserve materials exceptions below Music and Media Audio visual materials for ALL courses ALL materials for MUSIC courses Exception TCC items Teacher Curriculum Center for K 12 classroom materials and Juvenile literature Instructor and Course Information Instructor Name Campus Phone Example 818 677 0000 Email Home Phone Example 818 677 0000 Department Course No Course Title Reserve Loan Period Desired Please select a loan period required Loan Options E Reserves No Limit email materials to librbr csun edu 1 Hour Library Use Only 2 Hours Overnight May be checked out 1 hour before closing Item due 1 hour after library reopens 2 Hours Library Use Only Required for Periodicals 3 Hours Library Use Only Recommended for Videos 1 Day 2 Days 7 Days Non Renewable Reserve for Select Summer Session I 2015 Summer Session II 2015 Summer Session III 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Take materials off reserve at end of or after Items to Put on Reserve Call Number 01 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 02 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 03 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 04 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 05 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 06 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 07 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 08 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 09 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 10 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 11 Author Title E book ok Yes Call Number 12 Author Title E book ok Yes Blank Field Instructor Agreement Statement Please read the statement below and check the box before submitting the form Instructor Agreement Checkbox I have read

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/CourseReserves/ReserveRequest (2016-02-17)
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  • Research Strategies 2: Finding Sources: Books | Oviatt Library
    from the Library Catalog Basic Search screen you can search by Keyword Title Author or Subject by selecting the radio buttons and typing search words in the text box The default Limits setting will search the entire collection You may also limit your search to smaller sub collections Ejournals electronic periodicals not specific articles Ebooks NCOD National Center on Deafness TCC Teacher Curriculum Center Periodicals Serials not specific articles Videos Reference Room Special Collections or Sound Recordings by selecting a collection from the drop down menu Searching for a specific Item Select an Author or Title search if you know the author last name first name or at least the first few words of the title Searching for Items by Topic There are two ways to search the online catalog for resources on a topic by Keyword or by Subject A Basic Keyword search will simultaneously look for words in titles of materials in subject headings and in notes fields A Subject search will locate materials by Library of Congress Subject Headings which is a controlled vocabulary or standard list of subject terms The Oviatt Library assigns Library of Congress Subject Headings to all items listed in the online catalog Another way to find the Library of Congress Subject Heading for your topic is to search the catalog by Keyword display the record for a relevant title and select one or more of the Subjects listed for that record Requesting Stored Items from the Library Catalog Materials with a Stored location code are held in the Automated Storage and Retrieval System ASRS and may be retrieved by clicking the Request button When prompted enter your CSUN User ID and Password If you are not a CSUN student faculty or staff member enter your name and 14 digit bar code from

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Guides/ResearchStrategies/FindingBooks (2016-02-17)
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  • Research Strategies 3: Evaluating Sources: Library Resources | Oviatt Library
    How up to date are the citations in the bibliography How current does the information need to be for your topic or your assignment Relevancy Does the information relate directly to your topic or answer your question Who is the audience for the publication scholarly or general Is the information primary or secondary in nature Does it provide general background information or in depth information on a specific topic Which do you need Authority Who created the information What are the qualifications of the author publisher or organization responsible for the content of the resource What are the author s education and or experience Look for the author s biography or information about the publisher or responsible organization either within the publication or use the sources below to find out more about authors publishers and organizations Information on Authors Biography com Biography Index 1984 present Gale Virtual Reference Library Encyclopedia of World Biography Information on Publishers Google look for publisher s home page check for focus how long in business circulation etc Worldcat org see how many which kind of libraries have the publication Information on Organizations Idealist org information about foundations Accuracy Is the information supported by evidence Can you verify the information in another source How extensive is the bibliography or list of cited references Can you use these references to find more information on your topic Are there spelling grammar or other typographical errors Have other scholars evaluated or cited the resource Books Search the title of the book in OneSearch and refine your search on the lefthand side by choosing book review under the format on the left Book Review Digest Plus 1983 present Articles Search the article title in Google Scholar to see how many times it has been cited and link to the articles

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Guides/ResearchStrategies/EvaluatingLibraryResources (2016-02-17)
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