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The Catalogue: Basic Search
 
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How to do a simple search in the York University Libraries catalogue.
Explore York catalogue the history of York healthcare and poverty
 
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Explore York Libraries and Archives has received funding for a 24 month project. They’ve started to catalogue the records of the York Poor Law Union and Workhouse, as well as York health and housing records. Dating from the 1830s through to the 1970s, the archives document changing approaches to healthcare and poverty in our city. The project comes following a grant of £156,000 from Wellcome, the largest health charity in the world. Local TV for York. That's York TV - Tune in everyday from 6pm on Freeview Channel 8. Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ThatsYorkTV/ Follow on Twitter - @ThatsYork © That's TV York 2017
Views: 69 That's York TV
Rare Material Digitization with the New York Public Library
 
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Learn how the New York Public Library (NYPL) uses Digital Transitions products to catalog their rare book collection to make it available freely to world.
Primo: The BSC Library Catalog
 
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A demonstration of using the new search tool, Primo, to search the BSC Library Catalog.
Views: 324 BSCLibraryND
Getting Started - Peninsula Library System Catalog
 
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Tutorial explaining how to register an account and set up opionts on the new Peninsula Library System catalog. Visit http://catalog.plsinfo.org to get started.
Views: 3151 peninsulalibrarysys
Library Sounds | Study Ambience | 2 Hours
 
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One of the largest private collections in Greycott, this library houses ancient tomes as well as newly published books by local authors. Topics range from the arcane to the history of the city and its surrounds. There is also an extensive catalogue of private letters and family records that go back many generations. This library is a place for quiet research and reflection. ------- Thanks for visiting the guild! Please leave a Like and subscribe for future uploads. ------- Join my patreon today for exclusive videos and behind-the-scenes content: https://www.patreon.com/guildofambience ------- https://www.facebook.com/guildofambience ------- © The Guild of Ambience 2018. All rights reserved. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video/audio is prohibited.
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The Catalogue: Advanced Search
 
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How to do an advanced search in the York University Libraries catalogue.
Gateway to Your Archives Cataloguing Your Collection
 
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This film has been created by Explore York Libraries & Archives to help you identify, manage and use your community archive. This film looks at how to start managing your archive, what you should be keeping and how to create a catalogue for your collection. Created by John Phillips and the staff at Explore York Libraries & Archives.
Big City Read has come to an end at Explore York Libraries and Archives​
 
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Local TV for York. That's York TV - Tune in everyday from 6pm on Freeview Channel 8. Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ThatsYorkTV/ Follow on Twitter - @ThatsYork © That's TV York 2017
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1.1 Library Catalog Tour
 
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Basic tour of the library catalog.
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Vintage Libraries (stock footage / archival footage)
 
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Assorted vintage clips of libraries and card catalogs: EXT and INT New York Public Library, man enters library, uses card catalog, requests book from stacks. Librarian sends slip through pneumatic tube. Librarian pulls books and sends them in elevator. Light indicates that book has arrived, man goes to counter. Man looks through book in library, huge reading room. EXT "Kensington Public Library" People browse brooks on library shelves. Elderly woman asks young librarian for advice. Teen boy enters library, looks at book shelf, uses card catalog, CU index cards. EXT "Highland Park Public Library" Young boy and mother walk to library. Librarian helps young boy pick out book. Little girl uses card catalog. CU finger points at book spines and Dewey Decimel System numbers. Card catalog, CU index cards. Boy uses card catalog, looks at book. For licensing and rates, please visit: http://www.filmarchivesonline.com
Views: 1206 FilmArchivesNYC
Resource management and acquisitions with Alma One Year on @ York
 
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Sarah Thompson of the University of York provides an overview of how the library is using Alma to manage resources and acquisitions.
Views: 2966 ExLibrisLtd
Download the Cincinnati Library Mobile App
 
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Our free mobile app puts the Library in your pocket! Browse our catalog, renew materials, manage your account, and even check out books and download e-books and audiobooks with this free app! Available for iOS and Android devices. Simply search for "Cincinnati Library" in the App Store or Google Play, or click here to read more about all our mobile services: http://cincinnatilibrary.org/mobile/resources.html
Alma: Next-generation library
 
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The Alma library management service from Ex Libris is now live in the cloud. Alma transforms your library's operations and resource management by consolidating the disparate workflows for print, electronic and digital collections into unified processes, and by enabling you to extend the library's services more widely, supporting the institution's academic endeavors.
Views: 20608 ExLibrisLtd
How to search Primo
 
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How to find a book, journal and journal article on Primo
Views: 900 UCTLibraries
Library Catalog Digitization
 
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Our documentary covers the transition from card catalogs to automated databases. We interviewed a number of librarians and discussed issues and troubles with the transition. This project is a part of the UMW history seminar, The Information Age. For more information about the course see http://infoage.umwblogs.org
Views: 1673 BakhtinJali
Gateway to Your Archives Cataloguing Your Collection with BSL Interpretation
 
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This film has been created by Explore York Libraries & Archives to help you identify, manage and use your community archive. This film looks at how to start managing your archive, what you should be keeping and how to create a catalogue for your collection. Created by John Phillips and the staff at Explore York Libraries & Archives. British Sign Language interpretation provided by Elizabeth Bojas from Reflect BSL.
6. Learning: In Our Own Words - Libraries
 
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York U Learning Commons http://www.library.yorku.ca/learning_commons Discover the real experience of York University students using the library and library resources. In this video, first-year students discuss their experience using the York libraries and specific library resources for research. It consists of two sections: using the library and accessing library resources. Additional Link: York University Libraries: http://www.library.yorku.ca University Life - http://youtu.be/5mb6LnszwvU Learning Skills - http://youtu.be/M-1jHqCETZM Doing Research - http://youtu.be/r-kei2Ky11E Choosing Sources - http://youtu.be/jNsWs3f5awU Google/Internet - http://youtu.be/u14C-XGVsc4 Libraries - http://youtu.be/cvAg93_Sx4o Writing + Citing - http://youtu.be/ETwDPx8PPQc
Views: 1514 York University
"Explore York Library and Learning Centre" as opened in 2010: New features.
 
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This "as live" TV style interview took place at the "Make the most of Yortime: Yorgroup" event which took place at York St John University's C4C in April 2010 where Julia, from Explore York spoke to Becky - one of KhaoZ Media's reporters. This is what is essentially archive footage - a little nod back to all the hard work, and a reminder of the excitement that surrounded the re-opening of York's Explore Library and Learning Centre (previously York Central Library) which took place in Spring/Summer 2010. Now the library is open, this video can be used as a reference for opening times, new features such as the electronic check in systems, and as a point of reference for anyone. For more information on York Explore please visit the link below: http://www.york.gov.uk/leisure/Libraries/Library_facilities/exploreyork/
Views: 105 khaozmedia
A Library with NO staff, what could possibly go wrong?
 
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This video was made at Edgware Library in Barnet during unstaffed hours to show the risks inherent in the council's plan to cut trained staff by 47% and increase opening hours, the majority of which will be unstaffed. During unstaffed hours • only adults with a library card and special PIN will be able to enter • children under 15 will be excluded unless accompanied by an adult •15- and 16-year-olds will be allowed in only with special permission, obtained in advance • toilets will be locked Although the scenes were staged – and everyone participating in this video was entitled to enter the library, the children were accompanied by a parent and no one came to any harm – the risks portrayed are very real. ©2016 Save Barnet Libraries Join 5th November Libraries, Museums and Galleries demonstration
Views: 4690 5th November Demo
The Library: a family affair, Part 2
 
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This is part 2 in the saga of the Greens, a typical 1950s Brooklyn family that LOVES their library! Produced by the Brooklyn Public Library in collaboration with the Curriculum Division of the Board of Education, N.Y.C., this film details the myriad of services offered by the library and the then-cutting-edge technology used by staff and patrons. A must-see for Brooklynites and library fans! Part of the 16 mm film collection at the Brooklyn Collection, the local history division of the Brooklyn Public Library. See catalog record: http://catalog.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/record=b11427354 Visit our blog! www.brooklynology.org
Views: 6838 brooklynology
New York Public Library on 5th Avenue
 
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The consolidation of several libraries into the New York Public Library in 1901, along with the large Tilden bequest and the Carnegie donation, allowed for the creation of an enormous library system befitting the nation's largest city, but the founders also wanted an imposing main branch. A prominent, central site for it was available at the two-block section of Fifth avenue between 40th and 42nd streets, then occupied by the Croton Reservoir, which was obsolete and no longer needed. Dr. John Shaw Billings who was named first director of the New York Public Library seized the opportunity. He knew exactly what he wanted there. His design for the new library became the basis of the landmark building that became the central Research Library (now known as the Humanities and Social Science Library) on Fifth Avenue.[3] Billings's plan called for a huge reading room on top of seven floors of bookstacks combined with the fastest system for getting books into the hands of those who requested to read them. Following a competition among the city's most famous architects, the relatively unknown firm of Carrère and Hastings was selected to design and construct the new library. The result, regarded as the apex of Beaux-Arts design, was the largest marble structure up to that time in the United States. The cornerstone was laid in May 1902.[3] Work progressed slowly but steadily on the Library which eventually cost $9 million to build. During the summer of 1905, huge columns were put into place and work on the roof was begun. By the end of 1906, the roof was finished and the designers commenced five years of interior work. In 1910, 75 miles of shelves were installed to house the collections that were set to make their home there, with plenty of space left for future acquisitions. It took a whole year to move and install the books that were in the Astor and Lenox libraries.[3] On May 23, 1911, the main branch of the New York Public Library was officially opened. The ceremony was presided over by President William Howard Taft and was attended by Governor John Alden Dix and Mayor William Jay Gaynor.[3] Entrance to the Public Catalog Room The following day,[disputed – discuss] May 24, the public was invited. The response was sensational. Tens of thousands thronged to the Library's "jewel in the crown." The opening day collection consisted of more than 1,000,000 volumes. The New York Public Library instantly became one of the nation's largest libraries and a vital part of the intellectual life of America. True to Dr. Billings' plan, library records for that day show that one of the very first items called for was N. I. Grot's Nravstvennye idealy nashego vremeni ("Ethical Ideas of Our Time") a study of Friedrich Nietzsche and Leo Tolstoy. The reader filed his slip at 9:08 a.m. and received his book just six minutes later.[3] Over the decades, the research collection grew until, by the 1970s, it was clear that eventually the collection would outgrow the existing structure. So it was decided to make the library bigger by burrowing underground toward Bryant Park. In the 1980s the central research library added more than 125,000 square feet (11,600 m2) of space and literally miles of bookshelf space to its already vast storage capacity to make room for future acquisitions. This expansion required a major construction project in which Bryant Park, directly west of the library, was closed to the public and excavated. The new library facilities were built below ground level. The park was then restored on top of the underground facilities and re-opened to the public.
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Library Carpentry: software and data skills for librarian professionals
 
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Cambridge Libraries Conference 2018 Parallel Session 1C - Dr James Baker
Summer Reading Challenge launched at Explore York Libraries
 
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Explore York Libraries have launched this years Summer Reading Challenge. Over 3 thousand children are taking part in the event, which themed around "Animal Agents". This week, children have been making animations as part of the scheme. Local TV for York. That's York TV - Tune in everyday from 6pm on Freeview Channel 8. Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ThatsYorkTV/ Follow on Twitter - @ThatsYork © That's TV York 2017
Views: 168 That's York TV
Using the SUNY Catalog
 
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A short, narrated tutorial on using the SUNY Catalog to search for book and other materials in other SUNY libraries. Brought to you by the Evans Library librarians.
Views: 72 Evans Library
A Brief Introduction to using the Library Catalogue (Mount Allsion)
 
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A brief introduction to using the library catalogue at Mount Allison University Libraries.
Views: 94 djohnstonmta
Jacob Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half
 
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Bonnie Yochelson describes her book, "Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half: A Complete Catalog of His Photographs" and how Riis, a Danish-born immigrant to the United States who found his life's most important work in the slums of early 20th-century New York City, changed the course of history. Speaker Biography: Bonnie Yochelson is a former curator of prints and photographs at the Museum of the City of New York and an art historian specializing in photography. Her books include "Alfred Stieglitz New York" and "Berenice Abbott: Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project." For transcript and more information, visit https://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=8214
Views: 544 LibraryOfCongress
01 Courses and Reading Lists in Alma and Leganto
 
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This introduction to courses and reading lists in Alma and Leganto is from the point of view of library staff preparing reading lists, which were created by the course intructors in Leganto. We'll learn how to view and edit courses and reading lists in Alma, and what these same reading lists look like in Leganto. We'll demonstrate how to create reading list templates in Leganto, how to find reading lists in Alma and filter them by status, an how to assign a list to a library staff member.
Views: 2222 ExLibrisLtd
The Library: a family affair, Part 1
 
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Meet the Greens, a typical 1950s Brooklyn family that LOVES their library! Produced by the Brooklyn Public Library in collaboration with the Curriculum Division of the Board of Education, N.Y.C., this film details the myriad of services offered by the library and the then-cutting-edge technology used by staff and patrons. A must-see for Brooklynites and library fans! Part of the 16 mm film collection at the Brooklyn Collection, the local history division of the Brooklyn Public Library. See catalog record: http://catalog.brooklynpubliclibrary.org/record=b11427354 Visit our blog! www.brooklynology.org
Views: 1030 brooklynology
How to open electronic documents supplied by the British Library
 
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A guide to registering with the British Library and using DRM Lite
Fiona Williams, Head of Libraries and Hertitage - City of York Council
 
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City of York Council - Libraries and Aviva partnership
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How to Use SearchWorks, the Stanford University Library Catalog_archive
 
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The Stanford Nerd Squirrel shows you how to use SearchWorks, the Stanford University Libraries catalog. http://searchworks.stanford.edu
New Library System at UCT Libraries ... Alma go live!
 
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As of a few minutes ago we are officially live on Alma and Primo! Due to an enormous amount of hard work and dedication we have reached this milestone in our implementation project. Yah! This is an exciting day!
Views: 200 UCTLibraries
4 How To ... search for a book / item on the Devon Libraries online catalogue
 
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This video shows you how to find books, DVDs, audio books and all other items available from Devon Libraries by searching the online catalogue. The video includes some hints and tips to make the search facility more effective. You do not need to be a member of the library to search online. https://www.devonlibraries.org.uk
Views: 10 Exeter Library
New Catalog (Primo)
 
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A brief introduction to the Library's new catalog, Primo! Search all of our databases at once, and more!
Libraries vs Google
 
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This video will look at the differences between information found on the TAFE Queensland Library catalogue and Google.
Inside New York City's Most Delectable Dives
 
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Great Big Reel 195: New to our channel, or don’t have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we’ve put together for a blast through our world. In this reel, we go restaurant hopping through some of New York’s most delicious dives, including a restaurant specializing in Chinese-Cuban cuisine, a Korean restaurant featuring live opera and a temple serving some of the best dosas in town. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Flavors series, where we do so much more than play with our food. Come with us as we dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in the culinary world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com
Views: 207817 Great Big Story
Alma for Digital Resources
 
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Alma is the only library management solution that provides a single, unified solution for print, electronic, and digital assets. Find out how Alma can help you manage your digital resources.
Views: 917 ExLibrisLtd
Ex Libris Primo - Empowering Libraries to Shape the Discovery Experience
 
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Ex Libris Primo empowers libraries to shape the discovery experience, providing students, faculty and staff an intuitive, end-to-end service, and maximizing the value of library collections.
Views: 11606 ExLibrisLtd
Education Library - Finding Journal Titles and Articles Using the Library Catalogue
 
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This short video introduces users to searching for journal titles using the Western Libraries Catalogue. Uploaded by Western Libraries - Education Library
Views: 309 Western University
Wake County Public Library presents Catalog of the Future
 
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A presentation of the the newest technological advance achieved at Wake County Public Libraries.
Views: 1120 wcplonline
How to Search the Library Online Catalog
 
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James Sprunt Community College
Views: 458 awalkerJSCC
Behind the Scenes at Columbus Metropolitan Library
 
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The Columbus Metropolitan Library serves 21 locations in Franklin County, and its operations center in Gahanna serves as a hub for the movement of all the materials that move through the system. We sneak behind the scenes after dark to find out just exactly how the books get onto the shelf.
Views: 2685 Broad and High
Coe Library Tour
 
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This video will introduce the Coe Library building and collections.
Views: 333 UW Libraries
Virtual Tour of Scott Library
 
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The John W. Scott Health Sciences Library is part of the University of Alberta Libraries.
Views: 154 ualibrarytutorials

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