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  • Liaison Program  ·  Stonehill College
    a Liaison but all members of the Stonehill Community are encouraged to use the services of any member of the library staff Goals of the Liaison Program Facilitate faculty librarian collaboration Increase library awareness of faculty needs Provide subject specific information literacy instruction as requested by faculty Improve library Reference services to the Stonehill Community Strengthen faculty and student access to library materials Introduce new faculty to library resources Convey information on new resources to faculty Convey information on assessment of library resources and programs to faculty Information Literacy Instruction Options Single sessions that take place in the library or in your classroom these targeted sessions can address specific databases research techniques for a particular assignment proper citation guidelines or any other targeted topic to address your students information fluency needs Multiple sessions either at the library or in your classroom build a customized set of sessions to address the range of research techniques your students will encounter during the semester A librarian as an embedded presence in your class sessions provide your students with a personal librarian who is present during a large percentage of class sessions and assists with assignment design and instruction Librarian assistance and support for your students in eLearn integrate a librarian into your course eLearn page to give students another means by which to become familiar with the library and the services we offer In the eLearn environment Librarians can include assist faculty with locating and uploading readings provide students with online support for their research and participate with faculty and students in online discussion boards and or live chat sessions Additional Services Provide discipline specific or course specific training tailored to your assignments Assist with assessment related to student learning outcomes Provide one on one assistance to faculty and students Help to locate

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/library/information-for-faculty/liaison-program/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Library Instruction  ·  Stonehill College
    Instruct your students on different research tools Teach students general or subject specific research techniques Conduct a brief 5 10 minute introduction to a specific tool Use a full class period to share advanced research techniques Work with a class over the course of a semester as a research consultant Be an online resource for your course via eLearn Assist students one on one outside of class time Design instruction sessions or collaborate on assignments that will benefit your students Instruction can be scheduled During class time in your classroom During class time in the library s Instruction Classroom Room 116 Asynchronously as part of your course s eLearn site Asynchronously as part of a class specific LibGuide While library instruction can be conducted at any time during the semester the Reference Librarians find that students retain information best when it is tied to an assignment they are preparing for or currently working on Scheduling library instruction for a time you will be unable to hold class is also a great way to utilize that time If you would like to schedule a session please contact the Reference Department We offer a number of types of instruction session depending on your class needs and your schedule If you have an emergency or need someone to cover your class Librarians can offer a basic instruction session to teach students about general databases and research strategies These sessions address common research needs rather than class specific assignments If you would like a Librarian to teach resources specific to a course or course assignment With advance notice Librarians can plan a session to teach students subject specific databases and resources as well as research tips for particular disciplines These sessions are shaped to guide students to the types of resources they will need

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/library/information-for-faculty/library-instruction/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Streaming Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Cafe Departments Directions Library Newsletter Library Policies Mission Statement Programs Initiatives Staff Directory Stonehill College Library Alumni Visitor Information Library Services Borrowing Materials Flynn Discovery Collaboration Space Collaborative Spaces Computing at the Library Course Reserves Interlibrary Loan Testing Center and Quiet Study Space Want to Book a Group Study Room Off Campus Access Home Library Information for Faculty Streaming Media Streaming Media Program Course Reserves Course Packs Interlibrary Loan Liaison Program Library Instruction Streaming Media Info Cafe Classic Catalog Ordering Materials RefWorks Off Campus Access Contact Info For more information on the Library s Streaming Media Program contact Heather Perry Interlibrary Loan Reference Librarian 508 565 1538 hperry stonehill edu Connect with the MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage The Library is creating a streaming media collection to support curricular needs Currently the Library subscribes to several large collections of streaming video content and streaming music will be added shortly These videos cover educational and instructional content across disciplines Content from the Media Education Foundation MEF Films Media Group and Jove has been purchased and individual titles will be added to HillSearch For more information on the Library s streaming media program and these collections of streaming content visit our LibGuide Additionally we have access to thousands of feature films through Swank We are able to purchase month or semester long licenses to titles within Swank s Digital Campus Collection If you have a title in mind check the Digital Campus catalog and use this form to request that we obtain the title for your use We will also be purchasing additional content to add to our collection if you have desired titles please let us know and we will investigate their availability If you wish to make it easier for your students to find specific titles we

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/library/information-for-faculty/streaming-media/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Info Cafe   ·  Stonehill College
    Study Room Off Campus Access Home Library Information for Faculty Info Cafe Info Café Course Reserves Course Packs Interlibrary Loan Liaison Program Library Instruction Streaming Media Info Cafe Classic Catalog Ordering Materials RefWorks Off Campus Access Contact Info Reference Librarians 508 565 1203 phone 508 709 0223 text reference stonehill edu Connect with the MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage Using the Info Café During the 2012 2013 academic year Reference Librarians piloted a new series of research tutorials in our Info Café These short focused sessions provided students with opportunities to learn about Library basics Specific databases Specific citation style guides Advanced Google search techniques And other topics This program will continue during the 2013 2014 academic year Be on the lookout for new tutorial and workshop offerings Librarians also plan to renovate the area that houses the Info Café in order to make the space more conducive to the types of one on one tutorials and small group meetings the Library plans to offer For Students You can see the schedule for current Info Café sessions and sign up for tutorials on the Library s LibCal page You will earn a portion of a Merit Point for each session you attend If you don t see the specific topic you are interested in you can also contact the Reference Librarians to schedule a session specifically for your research needs You can email reference stonehill edu or call 508 565 1203 For Faculty Reference Librarians are also available to create research tutorials to meet the specific needs of your course For instance tutorials can be scheduled to cover a particular database your students will need to use general research techniques information on evaluating resources instruction in using Stonehill s new Skillsoft product or any other library or

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/library/information-for-faculty/info-cafe/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Classic Catalog  ·  Stonehill College
    the Library Hours Ace s Place Cafe Departments Directions Library Newsletter Library Policies Mission Statement Programs Initiatives Staff Directory Stonehill College Library Alumni Visitor Information Library Services Borrowing Materials Flynn Discovery Collaboration Space Collaborative Spaces Computing at the Library Course Reserves Interlibrary Loan Testing Center and Quiet Study Space Want to Book a Group Study Room Off Campus Access Home Library Information for Faculty Classic Catalog Using the Classic Catalog Course Reserves Course Packs Interlibrary Loan Liaison Program Library Instruction Streaming Media Info Cafe Classic Catalog Classic Catalog Author Search Classic Catalog Author Title Search Classic Catalog Title Search Classic Catalog Keyword Search Classic Catalog Subject Search Classic Catalog Call Number Search Classic Catalog Videos DVDs Classic Catalog Music Classic Catalog Call Number Search Classic Catalog Journal Titles Ordering Materials RefWorks Off Campus Access Contact Info Connect with the MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage We encourage students to use HillSearch however we have maintained access to the Classic Catalog for those faculty familiar with this resource and for those who may be more comfortable using the Catalog for certain searches such as locating known items Below you will find links to a number of pages that offer

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/library/information-for-faculty/classic-catalog/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Ordering Materials  ·  Stonehill College
    Library Policies Mission Statement Programs Initiatives Staff Directory Stonehill College Library Alumni Visitor Information Library Services Borrowing Materials Flynn Discovery Collaboration Space Collaborative Spaces Computing at the Library Course Reserves Interlibrary Loan Testing Center and Quiet Study Space Want to Book a Group Study Room Off Campus Access Home Library Information for Faculty Ordering Materials Requesting Materials for the Library Collection Course Reserves Course Packs Interlibrary Loan Liaison Program Library Instruction Streaming Media Info Cafe Classic Catalog Ordering Materials RefWorks Off Campus Access Contact Info For general questions please contact Liz Chase Head of Collections Assessment and User Engagement 508 565 1329 echase2 stonehill edu Connect with the MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage To request items for the general collection please complete the appropriate form Books electronic and print Media streaming videos dvds cds etc To request items to be placed on course reserve please complete the appropriate form Books electronic and print Media streaming videos dvds cds etc We encourage you to review our holdings in HillSearch before ordering As subject experts we welcome and encourage your requests for materials for the collection This can include books ebooks videos purchased in an online streaming format when available and electronic resources such as journals and databases We ask that 1 with the exception of Foreign Language materials items be in English 2 materials be directly related to the college s curriculum 3 items be appropriate for undergraduate learners at either the introductory intermediate or major level If you are requesting a number of items at one time please indicate the order of priority We will honor all reasonable requests within budgetary constraints For more information on our selection practices view our Collection Development policies In addition if you have any questions please contact us General Inquiries Books

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  • Get Help  ·  Stonehill College
    Statement Programs Initiatives Staff Directory Stonehill College Library Alumni Visitor Information Library Services Borrowing Materials Flynn Discovery Collaboration Space Collaborative Spaces Computing at the Library Course Reserves Interlibrary Loan Testing Center and Quiet Study Space Want to Book a Group Study Room Off Campus Access Home Library Get Help Get Help Research Help Citation Guide Contact Us Library KnowledgeBase Help by Subject Off Campus Access Technical Help Help Using Electronic Reserves FAQs Contact Info Reference Librarians 508 565 1203 phone 508 709 0223 text reference stonehill edu Connect with the MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage Library Quick Links Research Help Electronic Resources Off Campus Access Help by Subject Technical Help Research Appointments LibChat FAQs Additional Help Topics Librarians are here to help you and to make finding information an easy process for everyone You will find links to help pages above and on the left We can also assist you with the following topics Circulation Staff at the Circulation Desk can help you check out books or the key to a group study room get items faculty have placed on reserve and pick up interlibrary loans Contact circulation at 508 565 1313 Research Questions Librarians at the Reference Desk can help you if you have a question while you are in the library You can also contact the reference librarians by phone at 508 565 1203 text us at 508 709 0223 chat with us online via LibChat or email us at reference stonehill edu For more information on getting help with assignments visit Research Help or Working with a Librarian Archives The Archives and Historical Collections Department acquires and preserves collections which document the history of Stonehill Southeastern Massachusetts and support the mission of the College The Archives hours are available here for more information on

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  • Research Help  ·  Stonehill College
    MacPháidín Library Transformation via Discovery Explore Evaluate Engage This page contains helpful information and suggested tools to use during each step of the research process Visit the links below for information on finding evaluating and using resources in your assignments You will also find information on Working with a Reference Librarian The Research Process Research is a multi step undertaking that includes selection exploration collection and presentation for many of your assignments you will need to use different resources and search strategies as you progress Selection Choose an area of inquiry or research question to address Use HillSearch to find reference works and books that provide a broad overview of your topic Use popular search engines such as Google to explore your topic Exploration Use the information you obtain to narrow your focus or refine your research question Often your topic will change as you move from an initial topic into an exploration of the resources available on your topic Choose particular resources you would like to search and then identify possible search terms you will use to locate materials within those resources Use HillSearch to find print and electronic books journal articles primary sources audio visual materials and government documents related to your topic Use WorldCat to search for items not held by MacPháidín Library and order materials using ILLiad the library s interlibrary loan system Use library class guides to access materials related specifically to your course This is only available for some courses Use library subject guides to access disciplinary specific resources Use Google Scholar to access materials in open access journals free online collections or GoogleBooks Evaluate those web based materials for authority accuracy objectivity and currency Collection Organize the resources you have collected making sure you have all the necessary information to properly cite the

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