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Paula Haines' Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
suzanneyoung
43:15
wow, so cool! are faculty allowed to take the course!?
Nancy Johnson
48:10
Really! I want to take this course, too!
suzanneyoung
48:14
Is this free like a library, or do students have to pay to see all the ebook in full?
Melissa Juchniewicz
48:15
This is amazing (I want to take the course too). Is this libguide available outside the University?
Nancy Johnson
49:00
Are libguides available to anyone (through the library)?
suzanneyoung
49:00
Did you build this? Or does the library help you build what you want?
Jonathan Silverman
49:54
The library builds it with the materials your provide
Janet Schrenk
51:55
How about a faculty section of the course?
Paula Haines
52:46
OER: Open electronic resources
Julie Nash
52:51
Shout out to the library staff and librarians!
Julie Nash
53:39
Debby has retired! : (
Margaret Manion
53:41
As a librarian, I enjoy helping students and faculty
Melissa Juchniewicz
55:35
Is it difficult to update libguides, for newly published journal articles for example? (Ditto re. librarians, the heart of the U.)
Natalie Houston
56:37
what is the advantage to using Libguide vs posting PDFs of readings in Blackboard?
Nancy Johnson
57:48
Are those readings still subject to copyright?
Jonathan Silverman
57:50
Natalie—In GPS, it’s crucial because the library will not put material on the libguide unless we have it.
Jonathan Silverman
58:30
So if the library does not have a book, we can give the book to the library and it will put
Jonathan Silverman
59:12
material on there. Password protected for fair use and copyright.
angelicaduran
01:00:49
To add to Natalie’s question - can students get confused having a lib guide and required material on blackboard? How would you recommend to best combine both?
Marlowe Miller
01:02:35
Hi folks.
donna_mellen
01:03:06
@Angelica, the LibGuide can be integrated in blackboard - bring it all together
Marlowe Miller
01:03:20
I have a couple of concerns: 1. We have very few librarians left. If there is a rush to build lib guides, won’t we run into a backlog issue?
Marlowe Miller
01:03:50
2. Can we learn to edit the lib guides ourselves so that we do not have to ask a librarian to update as we go?
Yahayra Michel
01:06:32
Meg indeed is AMAZING!!!!
donna_mellen
01:06:44
I’ll second that!!
Rae Mansfield
01:06:44
Meg is the BEST!!!
suzanneyoung
01:07:03
Can Scientific Journals be a part of lib guide?
Margaret Manion
01:07:06
I could not agree more that working with Meg as a pleasure.
angelicaduran
01:07:13
Yeah Meg is the best!!
Deb Finch
01:07:32
Our librarians are an incredible resource--we are very fortunate to have them.
Julie Nash
01:08:07
@marlowe - Thank you for considering the workload of our hard-working library staff. This remains one of the libraries core functions so we invite faculty to participate. It is true that some of the library services will be scaled back until we can hire more people, but serving the education of our students by supporting our faculty is going to remain a priority.
Katherine Conlon
01:08:45
Hi Meg!
Julie Nash
01:08:56
Plus we expanded Meg’s hours in the spring.
Marlowe Miller
01:09:07
@Julie Nash - Thanks. I get that - just wanting to be aware of the workload involved in this and wondering how much we can share that.
angelicaduran
01:12:26
My understanding with copyrights is that is if the library has access to an article or book, we can use it in class and post in blackboard. Is this incorrect?
Julie Nash
01:14:46
ABSOLUTELY!
Paula Haines
01:16:57
PELT!! Where even the presenters learn!!
Jonathan Silverman
01:17:13
I just want to show our department advising guide: https://libguides.uml.edu/englishadvising/home
Natalie Houston
01:18:16
Meg: can you please explain the fair use/permission evaluation process. Do items have to be re-approved each semester? Does the library have posted guidelines for faculty regarding percentage usage, repeat usage, etc?
Yu Rioux
01:18:32
I've encouraged my students to take advantage of JSTOR for writing the final research papers. How could libguide benefit them?
suzanneyoung
01:18:42
So does this make ebooks free to students because it’s a library book?
Paula Haines
01:19:21
Keep those questions coming, and I’ll pose them to Meg after she shows us around a bit!
Julie Nash
01:23:27
UML Libraries on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0DiIJ4LTcC7uVBEHRrjwnA
Paula Haines
01:23:38
Thanks, Julie!!!
Lawrence Lapide
01:26:51
Most of my students don't want to buy the recommended expensive business analytics quant textbook I use. I always assumed they can read one in the library. Can I get the library to offer student viewing the ebook online as a reference book?
Katherine Conlon
01:30:03
Where can we find the How-To videos?
Margaret Manion
01:31:54
When ever you are ready for me to talk.
Cecil Joseph
01:35:12
Thank you for this
Paula Haines
01:35:30
For MSB faculty: Donna_Mullin@uml.edu
Julie Nash
01:35:45
Margaret - this is an outstanding resource.
Karin Bischoff
01:36:51
How do we find the libguide Margaret talked about - what was it called?
Marlowe Miller
01:38:12
Thanks all! Off to another meeting. I’m so grateful for this workshop and all the PELT offerings.
donna_mellen
01:38:42
https://libguides.uml.edu/textbooksbysubject
Katherine Conlon
01:38:45
Thank you for offering this workshop, Keith and Meg.
suzanneyoung
01:38:51
This is utterly awesome! Thank you all so very much!
Julie Nash
01:38:52
Thank you Keith, Margaret, and Meg! This was excellent! So helpful.
Rae Mansfield
01:38:55
Thank you Keith and Meg (and Margaret)! Y’all are awesome!
donna_mellen
01:39:00
Thank you!!
Cathy_Levey@uml.edu
01:39:04
Thanks so much Keith, Meg, Paula and Margaret! This was great!
Karin Bischoff
01:39:32
Thank you!
Margaret Manion
01:39:32
On You can also search in research guides on the homepage under
Julian_Zabalbeascoa@uml.edu
01:39:34
Thank you all!
Julie Nash
01:39:38
Thanks Paula!