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Sign up for a library webinar or watch an archive to improve your research skills!  Find out how to access online library resources, search GALILEO more effectively, and learn about other services the library offers.

Online Library Research Webinars with Mary Ann Cullen, Librarian

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Fall 2014 Webinar Schedule 

Tips from webinars handout - general advice common to most webinars.

DAY OF WEEK

DATE

TOPIC (Click to sign up or go to Archive)

DESCRIPTION

Wednesday

Sept 17
8pm   

GALILEO Quick & Easy ARCHIVE

Overview of GALILEO Discover tool, how to identify databases for your subject

Tuesday

Sept 23
8 pm 

Career Research w/ Tamika Barnes ARCHIVE

Using GALILEO, GIL, and the web to find information on career resources

Tuesday

Sept 30
8pm

Evaluate Your Sources: Websites and More ARCHIVE (in Wimba)

What to look for to determine if information is of high quality, especially on the web.

Wednesday

Oct 15
8PM

Online Library Research Tips (ACRS Student Success Series - sign up under "Online Library Services" )

Overview of library research with emphasis on Online sources

Tuesday

Oct 21
8 pm

GALILEO Quick & Easy 

Overview of GALILEO Discover tool, how to identify databases for your subject

Tuesday

Oct 28 8 pm

Literature Topic Research w/ Karen Viars

Using GIL and GALILEO to research literature topics, tips for Lit Crit research

Monday

Nov 38 pm

GALILEO Quick & Easy 

Overview of GALILEO Discover tool, how to identify databases for your subject

Check the archives for webinars from previous semesters.

To schedule a webinar or inquire about future webinars, email Mary Ann Cullen.

 

Webinar instructions:  

Before attending the webinar, go to the participant link and run the set up wizard to make sure you can see and hear the webinar.  Also, if you have a microphone, you can test to make sure the microphone is working.

1. Log into Blackboard Collaborate using this participant link:

http://bit.ly/NAoOMD

(Note: the Oct 14 webinar will have a different link; it will be in the Student Success series room)

 2. To hear the speaker, you either need headphones or a speaker for your computer, or you can can dial in via phone.  If you dial in, you still need to log in with a computer in order to see the visual part of the presentation.

Dial-in number(s): Phone - 571-392-7703

Phone PIN: 299 966 224 49 

3. To communicate with the speaker and the rest of the webinar attendees by voice, you can use a microphone on your computer or you can use the phone (see the number above).  Most participants choose to communicate using the chat box in the virtual room; you do not need a microphone or call in if you communicate by using the chat box.

Questions?  Contact Mary Ann Cullen (info to the right)

 

About Blackboard Collaborate

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Mary Ann Cullen
Contact Info
678 240-6139 (Mon - Fri)
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Who Am I?
I am Library Director for Alpharetta Center and GPC Online. I also teach Youth Services and Youth Materials in the LIST program.
 

Webinar Set up tips

Be sure you run the set up wizard before joining the webinar or watching the archive.

If you are having trouble getting Blackboard Collaborate or Wimba to work, try a different browser (e.g. if you are using Internet Explorer, try Firefox or Chrome. And vice versa.)

For additional assistance, contact the library or the Service Desk at 678-891-3460 or servicedesk@gpc.edu 

 

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