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FRA Library Induction

An introduction to the Library, its resources and services
by

Jill Bartlett

on 27 August 2014

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Transcript of FRA Library Induction

Welcome to the FRA Library!
Caroline
Who?
Resources
What?
Second Floor
Where?
When?
Why?
Library Assistant
Jill
Learning Resources Manager
Julie
Library Assistant
Electronic
Databases
eBooks
Websites
Print
Books
Magazines
Newspapers
Look Books
Market Reports
Services
Stationery sales
Binding
Technology
Laptops
iPads
Digital Cameras
Stationery packs
Referencing help
Heritage (library catalogue)
Physical Location:
Electronic access from home:
MyPC (PC booking)
Some databases
Logging into Heritage
Enter your student number
(e.g. 40061234)
Searching Heritage
Search Results
Your results will be shown in a list
Click on the title of an item to find out more about that item
Detailed Record
eBooks
If you want to access an ebook or website, just click on the link in the record
9-6pm Mon - Thurs
9-5pm Fri

- Heritage
- MyPC
- Databases
Holiday time
Library has:
knowledgeable staff
Unique resources
Group work tables
Quiet working environment
technology
Fiction
Research
Study Skills
Finding books on the shelves
Dewey Decimal System
Runs from 001-999
Numbers followed by first 3 letters of authors surname
Example...
Each shelf has a sign on the end, listing the subjects on that shelf and corresponding Dewey numbers
Each shelf is labelled with its subject area
Books are arranged in order, first by number, then alphabetically
Resources available from home:
Scanners
DVDs
Databases
Catwalk/ high street trends
Fashion news & events
Industry contacts
Trend forecasting
VM & window display
Customisable graphics & prints
Company & consumer info
Market reports
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