- Database Trial: Digital Concert Hall
Digital Concert Hall includes exclusive recordings from the Berliner Philharmoniker including concerts, symphonies, vocal works from all classical periods. Includes hundreds of exclusive concert recordings on demand. There are over 40 new live streams every year. Also includes artist interviews, feature-length documentaries and insightful concert introductions from the Berliner Philharmoniker's programme books. The Library has a 30 trial period for this product.
Access to the trial is only available from on-campus University of Lethbridge computer IP addresses. A pop-up window will appear which prompts you to register with your email address and password or to log in with an existing account. After registering/logging in, you can view all concerts, films and interviews in the Digital Concert Hall free of charge on all supported devices.
- Library Collection Moves Update: Level 9 Reopened
The installation of compact shelving on level 9 north, and migrations of level 10 Main and Government Documents Collections was completed. Library patrons now have access to the entirety of level 9 to browse collections and make use of quiet study space.
Though the compact shelving installation is complete, there are other activities taking place. Signage throughout the Library will be updated and there will be data/electrical work performed (tentatively scheduled for August 18 & 19).
Please contact Jesse Malinsky (email@example.com; 403.329.2128) for additional information.
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- Measuring Impact: The Basics
Tuesday, August 29
Impact is the new buzzword in research - but how do you show that your research is making an impact? What tools can you use? Where do you start? This session will provide an overview of tools you can use to measure impact, ways to raise your profile in order to increase your impact, and how to target the right audience to achieve the impact you desire. Citation counts, altmetrics, ResearchGate, GoogleScholar... just a few of the tools that can play into the impact and reach your research can achieve. Come to this session to find out more, and feel free to bring your own questions as well. Presented by Rhys Stevens & Nicole Eva, U of L Librarians.
- Research Data Management: The Basics
Thursday, August 24
What do you do with your research data? Whether it's qualitative or quantitative, having a sound plan to manage your research data is important, and it will strengthen your grant applications. Learn the basics about research data management, including an overview of the U of L Data Management Plan Assistant, and other resources that can help guide you through the process. The last 20 minutes or so will be a workshop, so bring a laptop with you for some hands-on experience! Presented by Sandra Cowan and Emma Black, U of L Librarians.
- Fall 2017 EndNote Workshops
Will you be writing a lot of research papers or a thesis this term? Do you struggle with proper citation of your reference sources or with organizing your research articles and chapters? Citation management tools such as EndNote can help. Current students, faculty and staff may download EndNote to their personal workstations or devices for free under the University’s site license. Sign up for a Library workshop to learn how to use EndNote effectively. Fall sessions are offered monthly, September to November.