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Library Student Training 11/12/2014

This is the Primo / UO LibrarySearch training for library student workers presented by librarians, Kevin Mc Dowell and Yen Tran.

This training is designed to help you navigate research using the library’s catalog (http://library.uoregon.edu/) in order to access books, electronic articles and other materials.

Learning outcomes:

1. Understand and be able to articulate the need for logging in when a search is conducted and why different results may show for different users.

2. Login to UOLibrarySearch and access account information for themselves and in order to assist patrons.

3. Choose the correct search scope including UO Libraries, Summit, Articles, or WorldCat (Libraries Worldwide).

4. Complete successful searches for a course reserve textbook, book, article or journal volume to determine if owned by and available at UO Libraries.

5. Use facets to narrow results in more complex searches or searches with a large number of results.

6. Access electronic resources, such as opening the online content for a journal, browsing to the correct volume and issue, downloading the PDF of an article, opening e-books, and placing a request through Interlibrary Loan.

7. Know when and how to do different Request Options including requesting a book to be put on the hold shelf, requesting a book through Summit borrowing, and requesting through Document Delivery / Interlibrary Loan.

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