The Librarians in Residence will be offering workshops the first and second week of classes.
Lunch Workshops: Noon until 1:00pm.
Location: Curry Library Innovation Commons
August 26 Computing & Library Accounts You Need
August 27, RefWorks Basic
August 28, Library Database and Google Scholar
Evening Workshops: 5:30pm until 6:30pm.
Location: Curry Library Innovation Commons August 26, Computing & Library Accounts You Need
August 27, RefWorks Basics and Library Databases
Workshops August 24-29: See the Sept 2009 issue
The Librarians in Residence offer research consultations Monday-Friday in the Curry Library Innovation Commons, Ruffner Hall, 3rd floor. Drop by or contact them to schedule a consult for your research needs.
Carole Lohman firstname.lastname@example.org 434.924.7040
Kay Buchanan email@example.com 434.982.2664
Info and Technology and Communication
The ITC Help Desk provides technical help 24/7.
Call 434.924.3731 or 434.924.HELP
ITC Software Central provides access to site-licensed software that UVa students, faculty and staff can download at no cost onto their computers.
ITC Software in Curry Library Information Commons
CLIC classroom computers can access software such as SPSS, PowerPoint, Excel, WORD, and more. You will need to login using your Eservices password.
LIBRARY SERVICES NEWSLETTER
As part of our effort to keep you informed about the University Library's services and resources, new editions of the "Education Services Newsletter" will be emailed to you monthly. They are also available online.
HELP SETTING UP YOUR LAPTOP
Students who would like help setting up their laptops to access library databases and full text ebooks from off-Grounds can get assistance from ITC staff August 24-28 in Clemons (see map with location of Clemons Library). They can also help guide you through setting up your laptop to print to public printers on-Grounds and accessing the UVa wireless network when you use your laptop on-Grounds. Aug 24-28 are the ONLY DAYS AND TIMES in-person help will be available during the school year.
Monday, August 24, 11am-4pm
Tuesday August 25, 1pm-4pm
Wednesday August 26, 1pm-4pm
Thursday August 27, 1pm-4pm
Friday August 28, 1pm-4pm
CLIC = Curry Library Innovation Commons
3rd floor, Ruffner Hall, room 302
Monday-Thursday, 8am - 10pm
Friday, 8am -5pm
BOOKS ON HOLD IN THE CLIC
First of all, what is a book on hold? If you check the UVa Library's online catalog and note a book is checked out, you may recall the book. The library patron who has the book will get an email message alerting them to return the book in 10 days. When the book is returned to any UVa library, the book will be routed to the library location you designated for pickup. When it gets there, you will receive an email to let you know the item is "ON-HOLD" and ready for you to pickup. If you designated CLIC as the pickup location, pickup is self service. You will find the HOLD books are shelved alphabetically by the last name of the person who recalled the book. Once you locate your book, you can take it as it is already charged out to you! Books not picked up within 10 days will be checked in and returned to the shelves so that you do not get fines.
Other library pickup locations are mediated by library staff who will charge out HOLD books to you.
BOOKS ON RESERVE IN THE CLIC
faculty may put books on reserve in the CLIC for a class. If so, you will find them on the Reserve shelf about midway down the expanse of windows which is on your left as you enter CLIC. Books are in alphabetical order by the course INSTRUCTOR'S last name. Books may only be used in the Curry Library Innovation Commons. Patrons are asked to reshelve these books.
BOOK RETURN BIN
Need to return library books, journals, videos, and other materials? A book bin is now located on the 3rd floor of Ruffner Hall to the left of the entrance of the Curry Library Innovation Commons (CLIC).
NEW BOOKS AND E-BOOKS IN THE CLIC
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition
Handbook/Reference Area: BF76.7 .P83 2010
Table of Contents
Handbook of Research on Adult Learning and Development
Handbook/Reference Area: LC 5225 .R47 H36 2009
Table of Contents
View this list of additional handbooks available for use in the Curry Library Innovation Commons.