Library eResources Fair 2014 Tuesday January 14th 10am - 3pm
Drop by the Library eResources Fair on Tuesday January 14, 2014 anytime from 10am-3pm in the Baker Library Main Hall!
Learn how you can get, use and share library resources like video, audio, images and ebooks for your research papers, coursework and enjoyment. Learn how to use digital information sources and tools for teaching and research. Discover new ways to navigate digital resources. Connect to expert librarians. Meet representatives from the companies who develop many eresources, such as EBSCO, ProQuest, Elsevier and Alexander Street Press. Learn how the Dartmouth Digital Library Program creates digital resources from rare materials and supports scholarly publishing.
The Fair is open to all members of the Dartmouth community. Visit 6 of the 12 stations and enter a raffle for gift certificates to the Computer Store, local businesses and more! Visit all 12 to enter the raffle twice and enter a special additional raffle!
- Learn to make movies, books, bibliographies, posters and papers using Library eResources.
- Learn about authoritative digital resources available for research from people who help develop and market the products
- Learn about sources of music and images licensed for your use.
- Learn about tools to find better information faster, and to save, use and cite that information
- Meet and talk directly with those involved in the creation of these eresources; bring questions, complaints and suggestions for improvement.
- The best ways to "Find It @ the Library"
- Databases for all topics, and full text current and historic journals and newspapers from ProQuest
- Summon 2.0 for all kinds of library resources
- Full text of magazines and journals, and images from EBSCO
- Streaming music and video from Alexander Street Press that you can clip and send to friends via your iPhone
- Journals, books and scientific search engines from Elsevier
- BrowZine for your virtual journal shelf
- Engineering, chemistry, earth sciences and life sciences ebooks, reference works and journals from Wiley
- Making movies in the Jones Media Center
- RefWorks for managing your references
- Local and rare materials digitized by the Dartmouth Digital Library Program
- Tools for using Library eResources
- Images from art and architecture collections worldwide from ArtSTOR
- eBooks via MyiLibrary
- Library Research Guides for YOUR classes
- Answers to YOUR questions from "Ask Us"!
- Mobile library resources—get help using your iPod or iPad to find, use and share digital resources
- Making books in the Book Arts Program
- Get It to access collections beyond Dartmouth using DartDoc and BorrowDirect