You may have noticed when you print, photocopy or scan material at City, that there is a guidance notice displayed next to the multi-functional device (MFD) you use. This guidance notice is issued by the Copyright Licencing Agency (CLA)….Continue Reading Getting your copyright right
Connecting students to content with Reading Lists Online
Reading lists Reading Lists Online offers students quick and easy access to books, e-books, journal articles and websites recommended for the modules they have registered for. Lists are often divided into sections/topics to guide students, with notes added to highlight importance or relevance. If an item on a list has a button labelled ‘Read Online’…Continue Reading Connecting students to content with Reading Lists Online
CityLibrary’s online, you’re feeling fine
We want to make sure you’re able to access and use all the online Library resources and services available to you working remotely. There are lots of ways you can get support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including:…Continue Reading CityLibrary’s online, you’re feeling fine
The buildings might be closed but CityLibrary is most definitely open. Whatever help you need accessing and using Library resources and services, there are lots of ways you can get it, including: Online Chat We have extended our Online Chat service so you can now speak to a member of Library staff online from 9am…Continue Reading CityLibrary online
Copyright and Online Teaching
The following information about copyright has been compiled by Library Services to assist academic staff in preparing online material for students. Copyright Guide: City has a Copyright Guide. There is a section about Copyright and Lecturing; a lot of the information there is also applicable to preparing resources for online teaching. Digital course readings service: Scans of…Continue Reading Copyright and Online Teaching
Developing your research skills
Library Services offers workshops, appointments and subject specific Library Guides in order to help you develop your research skills. Whether you are a brand new student just starting out, returning to study after a gap and looking to refresh your skills, or a postgraduate aiming to publish your work for the first time, there are…Continue Reading Developing your research skills
Copyright Licensing Agency Data Collection Exercise
16th September – 25th October Between 16th September and 25th October the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) will be conducting a royalties data collection exercise. The CLA will set up collection points at selected MFDs in departments across the University….Continue Reading Copyright Licensing Agency Data Collection Exercise
Copyright training with a difference!
This session, on 2 November, 12-1.30pm, in AG08 (College Building) provides guidance in an innovative, interactive and fun way, to becoming more confident about copyright, and copying and re-using resources in the context of teaching. It is a team game which has been widely played at universities all over the world (including recently in Uruguay),…Continue Reading Copyright training with a difference!
Copyright training with a difference!
Copyright: the Card Game This session provides guidance in an innovative, interactive and fun way, to becoming more confident about copyright, and copying and re-using resources in the context of teaching. It is a team game which has been widely played at universities all over the world (most recently, to my knowledge, in Uruguay), and…Continue Reading Copyright training with a difference!
4 things researchers at City should know about Library Services
Are you busy writing your PhD? Finishing off a paper for publication? Or, just thinking about starting a project? Well, the good news is Library Services can help you. And the even better news is that we can help you help yourself too. Here are 4 things you need to know: We have experts dedicated…Continue Reading 4 things researchers at City should know about Library Services