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WebJunction Course Catalog. Qwiki (Public Libraries Connect) Description:qwiki is the discussion list for the #QWiki Wikipedia editing club open to the Queensland GLAM sector.

qwiki (Public Libraries Connect)

We meet on the first Monday of the month at The Edge, SLQ. Become more confident in your skills and edit Wikipedia pages around a different theme each month. Remember to use the hashtag #QWiki on your edits. The list is private and the list owner approves applications for membership Subscribe: Via the web Go to qwiki ( ) Provide your email address and nameClick the "Subscribe" button Via email Email listmanager@lists.slq.qld.gov.au ( mailto:listmanager@lists.slq.qld.gov.au ) Leave the subject blankIn the message body, type subscribe qwiki Unsubscribe: Via email Email listmanager@lists.slq.qld.gov.au ( mailto:listmanager@lists.slq.qld.gov.au ) Leave the subject blankIn the message body, type unsubscribe qwiki Archive: Research Journal McEnery. Keeping a Research Journal.

Page Content To make history interesting, you'll want to think about questions that come up for you as you read historical documents.

Keeping a Research Journal

A research journal is a great place to write your thoughts about the primary and secondary source material you are reading. It is a record of your questions about the materials and your tentative answers to those questions. Think of the journal as a roadmap of your intellectual journey through the sources. Selecting Information for Your Assignments. When you select material and information for your assignments, it should never be used indiscriminately - there should be a continual evaluation process occurring.

Selecting Information for Your Assignments

Evaluate information for its relevance and usefulness to your work, and its quality. When looking at a source, ask yourself the following questions. Aussie readers craving local stories about heritage, identity and relationships. Thrill seeker Aussies have an unquenchable thirst for crime and thriller novels - making up three quarters of borrowed books in 2017 Civica Libraries Index Monday, 22 May, 2017: According to the 2017 Civica Libraries Index, stories about heritage, identity, love and relationships were most popular among the list of most borrowed Australian fiction books from May 2016 to April 2017.

Aussie readers craving local stories about heritage, identity and relationships

Civica, provider of Australia’s leading library system, Spydus, partnering with the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) are announcing the findings to coincide with this year’s Library and Information Week (22-28 May). The annual Civica Libraries Index is compiled in partnership with participating regional and metropolitan libraries across Australia using the Civica Spydus integrated library management system. About OCLC. #LibrariesInLife: The Convenience Imperative - OCLC Next. Technology has turned learning outside in We used to bring all our learning, content and media resources to various “watering holes” where folks would gather to consume it.

#LibrariesInLife: The Convenience Imperative - OCLC Next

Classrooms, libraries, newspapers, magazines, TV networks, bookstores and record stores. Why? Because it was the fastest way to distribute a wide variety of materials. It wasn’t wrong. Now? The convenience imperative Take a moment and think back (if you’re old enough) to those days before the Web. Can I get it somewhere else cheaper?

Trying to answer any or all of these questions in the days before you had a smartphone could require hours, if not days, if it even was possible. That’s what we mean when we say that Ranganathan’s Fourth Law, “Save the time of the reader,” (The Five Laws of Library Science) now should be considered the first law in how libraries approach user service. OCLC: Worldwide, member-driven library cooperative. Copying works with Indigenous cultural content. Copyright links. Home. Australian Libraries Copyright Committee. Factsheets | Publications | Presentations | Briefing papers | Useful links Factsheets Do you have copyright questions?

Australian Libraries Copyright Committee

Stumped by a client request or trying to determine the copyright status of a manuscript? Worried the signs next to the photocopiers are the wrong size? Then read on! The resources below have been put together to aid librarians, archivists and related professionals to navigate some of the more common interactions with copyright. The information in the below resources is general in nature and it is not legal advice. New - Online Service Provider Safe Harbours - Guide for Libraries and Archives As of 29 December 2018, Australia's libraries and archives (as well as schools and disability groups) will have the option of accessing additional legal protections related to their activities as online service providers.

Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017 factsheets Other factsheets Complete guide - coming soon Other materials Publications Presentations. Expert Book Reviews, Recommendations, Author Biographies - Books and Authors. Good Reading. A new way of choosing what book to read next. Welcome to Who Else Writes Like...? Genres. Welcome to Who Next? - A guide to children's authors. Home. About Goodreads. Login to Logan City Council Libraries Online Resources. Fantastic Fiction. Catalog your books online. Stop, You're Killing Me!

A new way of choosing what book to read next. Login to Logan City Council Libraries Online Resources. Home - Evaluating resources - Library Guides at UC Berkeley. Website evaluation examples - Foundation Studies - All guides at RMIT University. How to Mine the Invisible Web: The Ultimate Guide. The Invisible Web refers to the vast amount of content and information that is not easily discoverable in a general search engine query, such as databases, private networks, or password-protected information.

How to Mine the Invisible Web: The Ultimate Guide

However, there are a wide variety of high-quality Invisible Web search tools, search engines, and directories that can help you mine this fantastic resource that is considered to be at least 500 times larger than the visible Web. The following Invisible Web resources will connect you to a virtual goldmine of knowledge, anything from medical dictionaries to moving picture archives to academically vetted articles and journals. Each of these links connects you to a resource that will help you find information that is not easily found with just a simple, rudimentary search. Get Better Results From Your Searches. Alpha: Computational Knowledge Engine. Directory of Open Access Journals.