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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    1 2pm Rm 213 Wednesday October 23 12 1pm Rm 213 BRILLIANT WRITING AND SPEAKING TIPS GETTING STARTED RESEARCH PAPER Monday September 23 12 1pm Rm 107 PASW FORMERLY SPSS Wednesday September 25 12 1pm Rm 213 Wednesday October 16 12 1pm Rm 213 GRE WORKSHOP VERBAL Saturday September 28 12 2pm Rm 107 Saturday October 26 12 2pm Rm 107 Saturday November 23 12 2pm Rm 107 MICROSOFT EXCEL Monday September 30 10 11am Rm 213 Monday October 14 10 11am Rm 213 Monday November 11 10 11am Rm 213 APA FORMATTING TIPS Wednesday October 2 12 1pm Rm 213 Monday November 18 12 1pm Rm 213 MICROSOFT ACCESS Monday September 9 12 1pm Rm 213 Monday October 7 10 11am Rm 213 Wednesday November 20 12 1pm Rm 213 BRILLIANT WRITING AND SPEAKING TIPS HOW TO SUSTAIN A RESEARCH Tuesday October 8 12 1pm Rm 107 MASTERING MATHEMATICS PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES Tuesday October 15 12 1pm Rm 107 HOW TO AVOID PLAGIARIAM Monday October 21 12 1pm Rm 213 CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS Monday October 28 12 1pm Rm 213 BRILLIANT WRITING AND SPEAKING TIPS THE THREE V S TO BETTER PRESENTATIONS Wednesday October 30 12 1pm Rm 107

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/instruction_and_workshops/workshops.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    their computers can enjoy access to the campus network while inside any of the University Libraries The EagleAir Network is available to all students and employees at Southern Miss normally for a monthly fee Wireless cards must be registered with iTech at Southern Miss in order for them to access the wireless network on campus There are dozens of transmitters for the wireless network located on all floors of the

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/services/wireless_internet_access.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    and Donations Hours Libraries Advisory Committee Libraries Collection Info Mission and Goals News Newsletters and Guides Policies RSS Feeds Student Employment Suggestions Who was Anna Roberts Anna Roberts was the university s first full time librarian and served as the head of the library for thirty seven years During that time she established the library education program to prepare school librarians From 1999 to 2010 the library s automation system

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/libraries_collections/cook_library/anna.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    to electronic depository government resources regardless of origin Guidelines 1 Cook Library provides access for University clientele and the general public to in house computer workstations supporting depository CD ROMs DVDs diskettes and Internet resources equal to services provided for other library materials Viewing these materials is free of fees or other restrictions such as age or residency status Use of workstations is subject to the University s overall acceptable use policy Use or access may be mediated or unmediated Filtering software is not used Patrons need not present identification although staff may need to provide special passwords to access some sites Log in or sign up sheets may or may not be used Confidentiality of these records is consistent with applicable privacy regulations and statutes 2 The Federal Depository Library Program FDLP sets forth annually Recommended Specifications for Public Access Workstations in Federal Depository Libraries Cook Library strives to meet as many of these recommendations as is reasonably possible 3 Circulation of all except for the most heavily used CD ROMS diskettes and DVDs is permitted particularly where application software is unavailable in house Circulation periods are arranged for with the Head of Access Services or other appropriate library staff member 4 Cook Library provides in house Internet access to government information to the University community and to the general public including but not limited to FDSYS Federal Digital System GPO Access and the FDLP Electronic Collection 5 Cook Library affords on site patrons the capability of downloading e mailing or printing electronic government information Information may be transmitted to distant users via fax or e mail in accordance with GPO requirements and guidelines Costs associated with printing downloading or faxing are consistent with other public service provisions within the Library While downloading of electronic data to portable disk

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/libraries_collections/cook_library/government_documents1/public_service_policy.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    RSS Feeds Student Employment Suggestions Internet Use Policy for Federal Depository Library Materials Internet Use Policy for Federal Depository Library Materials U S Government Documents Joseph Anderson Cook Library The University of Southern Mississippi 1 The University of Southern Mississippi s Joseph Anderson Cook Library a selective Federal Depository Library provides the university community and the general public free access to Federal Depository Library Program FDLP information on the Internet as required by the FDLP Internet Use Policy Guidelines http www access gpo gov su docs fdlp mgt iupolicy html 2 The number of available workstations is sufficient to serve The University of Southern Mississippi community and the general public effectively Use is normally unmediated but may be mediated for patrons of any age requiring assistance 3 Cook Library does not use filtering software on any of its workstations However use of library workstations is subject to the overall Acceptable Use Policy for The University of Southern Mississippi http www lib usm edu about us library policies computer use html 4 Free downloading of FDLP information is permitted from library workstations Patrons must create an online account to utilize the library s public printer system There is a per page

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/libraries_collections/cook_library/government_documents1/internet_use_policy.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    large collection of U S documents on microform is housed in a separate section of film and fiche cabinets in 2nd Floor South U S documents on CD ROM and DVD are also housed in separate cabinets in 2nd Floor South Increasing numbers of U S Government documents are available via the Internet on government agency Web sites Patrons in Cook Library who are members of the university community or the general public may use the U S government documents housed there Presently paper documents housed in 2nd Floor South microform items in 2nd Floor South and those items designated as serials regardless of location do not normally circulate outside the library Exceptions to this are arranged through the librarian responsible for U S government documents or the Head of Public Services or other appropriate library employees Circulation of all except the most heavily used CD ROMs is permitted particularly where application software is unavailable in house Otherwise the library provides photocopiers scanners and printers for duplicating paper and microformat document items U S Government documents in all formats housed in Cook Library may be sent via shuttle to a library at the university s Gulf Coast Campus Documents of all formats may be requested through Document Delivery Services Depending on the item requested photocopies or the actual document may be provided The patron may be requested to use the document at the library borrowing the item on their behalf Otherwise outside borrowers may be requested to use heavily used or reference type documents on site at Cook Library Access for the handicapped to depository resources is consistent with general library policy University students registered with the Office of Disability Accommodations may arrange for use of most documents outside the library under conditions worked out with the appropriate library employee

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/libraries_collections/cook_library/government_documents1/depository_access_policy.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    About Services Help FAQ Research Guides Articles Databases Ask A Librarian Live Chat Curriculum Materials Center Checking Out and Returning Materials Ellison Machines and Die Cuts Computers and Other Equipment CMC Collections Checking Out and Returning Materials All items from the circulating collections in the Curriculum Materials Center may be checked out and returned at the circulation desk For more information refer to University Libraries Circulation Policy Contact Comments Policies

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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    press and wooden dies to cut out the chosen shape Students supply their own paper or materials to use the Ellison machines Paper pop up sponge plastic wallpaper and other thin material may be used in the Ellison machine to create letters and shapes The CMC has activity books that are full of ideas and examples for bulletin board themes Ellison Die Cuts The library has two complete sets of upper lower case alphabets and numbers in 2 and 4 sizes and a 4 set of Sign Language dies There are also many object dies including an 8 barn bag boy girl boxes cornucopia clock face dolphin door hanger eagle face food pyramid hat pilgrim manatee mailbox open book Pyramid Ribbon treasure chest wolf and whale 4 dies include acorn airplane anchor angel ant apple large small arrow beehive bicycle bookmark elephant baseball cap butterfly candlestick candle cat caterpillar Christmas tree wreath circles clown computer corner butterfly daisy dog scottie dragonfly dinosaurs brontosaurus pterodactyl stegosaurus tyrannosaurus duck flash card wheels fish flower football footprint fox frog goose ghost giraffe Halloween cat hand hearts hen horn Saxophone horse Indian squaw teepee jack o lantern key lady bug leaf maple oak liberty

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/libraries_collections/cook_library/curriculum_materials_center/ellison_machines_and_die_cuts.html (2016-02-17)
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