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  • Group Study and Presentation Practice Rooms | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    only A group is defined as two or more students These rooms are intended only for collaborative study not meetings classes or any other related uses Presentation Practice Rooms are intended for use by groups that need to use the media provided Group Study Rooms and Presentation Practice Rooms are available for reservation only during times the hosting UT Libraries location is open Each reservation must be made on the hour or half hour and be at least 1 hour 60 minutes in duration No more than 4 1 hour reservations may be made within one 24 hour period Reservations are limited to 4 hours total per EID per week To reserve a room for longer than 4 hours or make multiple reservations exceeding 4 hours in a given week another individual from the group must use his or her EID to make the reservation A one week period is defined as Sunday through Saturday at midnight A group that is more than 15 minutes late forfeits the reservation An individual may use a Group Study Room or Presentation Practice Room but only as a walk up if no reservation is currently in place for that room Rooms may not be reserved for individual study When a room is not reserved walk up groups have priority over walk up individuals Please respect others studying in the library keep the noise down so as not to disturb others Clean up the room before you leave so that it is ready for the next group The UT Libraries reserves the right to limit future Group Study and Presentation Practice Room use if the system is abused Other Campus Room Options for Groups Faculty TAs AIs Library group study rooms are NOT available for class meetings review sessions or extended office hours Faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/pcl/roompolicy.html (2016-02-17)
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  • For RHE Students | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    where to search Brainstorm keywords What words do people use when talking about my topic What are people arguing about Who cares about my topic Organize with this keyword grid or use this tool to generate keywords Choose a place to search Viewpoints are typically found in newspapers and magazines Opposing Viewpoints Opinion Archives LexisNexis Academic help with this interface Data and statistics come from organizations and the government Polling the Nations public opinion data from the US and beyond Statistical Abstract of the United States social economic and political statistics American FactFinder population housing economic and geographic information Scholars academics and experts share their work in journals Academic Search Complete multidisciplinary current and a good starting place for research Databases are grouped by subject ask who would write about my topic or ask a librarian for help Guides Find Articles step by step tutorial How to Find Opinions Editorials and Opposing Viewpoints Choose and develop your topic Use these resources to learn more about a broad topic as well as who cares about a topic and why Gale Virtual Reference Library Broad topic overviews from encyclopedias Opposing Viewpoints in Context Viewpoints overviews government and organizational statistics biographies court cases newspaper and magazine articles and web sites Evaluate Credibility Who is the author Is he she an expert on the subject a representative from a credible organization a columnist for a newspaper What gives the author authority to represent that side of the controversy ex US Secretary of Commerce A lawyer A reporter for a student newspaper TIP If there is no information on the author try Googling that person If the name is common one use a keyword from the topic ex Rebecca Blank and Department of Commerce Many web sites won t have individual authors listed so ask

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/instruction/rhe/students.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Workshops @PCL | University of Texas Libraries
    Librarian Email Chat Call Visit My Account Support Us You are here Home Library Services Teaching Learning Services Workshops PCL Workshops Schedule Find a schedule of this semester s workshops with accompanying guides and recordings here Workshops FAQ and Contact Some frequently asked questions about our workshops program lib instruction utlists utexas edu Upcoming Workshops CANCELLED Workshop PCL Web and Social Media Data Analysis Date Time 2 16 2016 2

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/instruction/classes/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Scholars Commons | University of Texas Libraries
    Collections The UT Libraries collections support the research agendas of University affiliates visitors and those using our collections from afar Existing in all formats and dispersed across all campus libraries the collections encompass both Distinctive Collections and vibrant General Collections Researchers are invited to consult our collections in all of our libraries and are especially encouraged to engage in thoughtful quiet study in our Scholars Commons Request for new additions to the collection are welcome as are consultations with our subject librarians Data Management Faculty researchers and students across all disciplines are engaged in research projects that use gather and or create data To help in the development and stewardship of research data a multidisciplinary team including UT Libraries TACC and ITS offer resources and consultations to UT researchers in all disciplines that are using and or creating data Data management at UT Digital Scholarship UT Libraries and our partners offer workshops related to digital scholarship throughout the year We also have experts who can consult with you on a number of different digital scholarship and digital humanities related topics Contact us at scholarscommons austin utexas edu for more information Writing Support Services From consultations and support groups to workshops and online guides there are many resources and services available to help scholars in the writing process Writing support resources and services Scholarly Publishing Texas ScholarWorks Scholarly Impact Metrics Author Rights Copyright Texas ScholarWorks Texas ScholarWorks TSW is an online archive that showcases the scholarly work created at UT Austin The UT Libraries manage TSW and offer it as a service to the campus community Any UT Austin faculty researcher student or staff is welcome to deposit their work and those works are available for anyone to access online Scholarly Impact Metrics There are a variety of ways to quantitatively measure the impact of research impact factor h index alt metrics and others We can help faculty and researchers understand what these metrics mean what they measure and perhaps more importantly what they don t measure Your subject librarian can help get you started Author Rights We offer information and consultations for authors who have questions about where and how they can share their work and are interested in learning more about retaining rights to their work To get started check out the Copyright Crash Course and SPARC sites and contact your subject librarian Copyright UT Libraries offers consultations on a variety of copyright issues related to teaching learning and research Common questions we can help with include Is this fair use Who owns the copyright What rights do I have We cannot offer legal advice but we can guide you to information that will help inform your copyright decisions Copyright Crash Course Spaces Data Lab Silent Study Exhibits Graduate Landing Spot Data Lab Located in Scholars Commons the Data Lab has 15 dual boot iMacs that run Windows and MacOS Software programs specific to this lab include SPSS SAS NVivo Oxygen XML and Stata MP For a full list

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/scholarscommons (2016-02-17)
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  • For Undergraduates | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Resources for You For Undergraduates For Undergraduates Get Help Chat IM with us Call or Visit us Make an Appoinment Email us Come to a Workshop Career Resources for Undergraduates Course Guides For UGS 302 303 or TC 302 students For RHE students Research Tips Check out these guides for tips on how to find resources for your research Choose a topic Not sure what to write about Find Articles

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/students/ (2016-02-17)
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  • For Graduate Students | University of Texas Libraries
    Support Us You are here Home For Graduate Students Primary tabs View Content active tab Group Members For Graduate Students How to Find books an article by topic an article from a citation an online journal dissertations theses videos and DVDs conference proceedings technical reports peer reviewed or refereed article Research Tools library catalog databases indexes research by subject guides journal citation reports highly cited journals by field citation tracking Web of Science career resources data management at UT finding funding opportunities alerting services media labs and poster printing compare citation managers Endnote FAQ Getting started with Zotero library classes General Info computing facilities labs laptop checkout wireless access copier and printing services copyright fair use group study spaces closed studies offices lockers off campus connection library events calendar UT Libraries Blogs Borrowing Materials my account interlibrary loans request books and articles not available at UT request a purchase renewing library materials recalls and holds summer privileges checking books out for your professor proxy borrowers For more information go to borrower services Further Assistance ask a librarian call email chat IM or make an appointment with a librarian contact a subject specialist librarians are available for specialized help in your subject area learning commons workshops topics include Poster Design Time Management for Researchers Using the Thesis Dissertation Templates Public Speaking Avoiding Plagiarism Conducting a Literature Review Find Funding and more Teaching and Course Preparation Library Resources for Course Development Fill out this request form for the following services Tailored Research Guide selected resources created for specific courses and research assignments Library Research Assignment work with a librarian to create effective library assignments exercises Librarian involvement in your Blackboard or Canvas course Consultation with a Librarian about your course Additional links media services for faculty prevent plagiarism resources Scholar Services data

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/gradstudents/ (2016-02-17)
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  • For Alumni | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Journal Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Resources for You For Alumni For Alumni For Alumni Information For Recent Graduates Courtesy Borrower Become a Courtesy Borrower Check out print and media based materials from any UT Libraries location Use most UT Libraries databases and the Internet at library workstations on campus Members of TexShare Libraries may qualify for a free Courtesy Borrowers card For more information contact your local library for a TexShare card Ask a Librarian Email call or visit librarians at the University of Texas Libraries Texas Exes For Texas Exes Members Benefits Check out print and media based materials from any UT Libraries location free of charge Use most UT Libraries databases and the Internet at library workstations on campus Off campus access to three online databases from anywhere anytime JSTOR Alumni Portal Dates of coverage vary About Academic Search Alumni Edition Dates of coverage vary About Business Source Alumni Edition Dates of coverage vary About

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/alumni/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Request a Library Instruction Session | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Services Teaching Learning Services Request a Library Instruction Session Teaching and Learning Services Home Contact Us Request a Library Instruction Session Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance to ensure the availability of a librarian access to a classroom and time to plan and prepare the session Please provide at least two date choices and schedule your session during your regular class or discussion section meeting time Please schedule your session when you or your discussion section Teaching Assistant s can attend We are not able to take attendance or pass around sign in sheets Please submit a copy of your syllabus class schedule and assignment at the time of your request We use these materials to plan the session and ensure we are teaching at the most effective time Please schedule your session during a research assignment Students should be introduced to the assignment before the session We can work with students when they already have a topic chosen or work with them to identify and develop a topic during the session As a general rule for undergraduate classes we only teach when students have to do research for the course and do not provide general

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/instruction/faculty/requesting.html (2016-02-17)
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