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Reference & Instruction: Request a lecture
I list the classes I am teaching each semester, for easy follow up by students. See
Additional instruction is also possible if faculty embed me as a librarian for their class on Moodle.
Web pages are put up shortly before the class, and may be revised after teaching because of student/faculty input. Web pages will address goals of curriculum mapping, for example, introduce basic concepts, general search techniques for introductory classes, more sophisticated research techiques for advanced classes. All classes address the professors' assignment(s) and preferences. Most lectures are in Oviatt Labs B or C, west wing of Oviatt Library's main floor.
Collection Development: Suggest New materials
View our latest acquisitions New Books
- Assistive Technologies (Health & Human Services) -- is under revision
- Environmental Health
- Communication Disorders and Sciences
- Communicative Disorders Distance Education program:Databases and Document Delivery
- Health Sciences
- Health Statistics
- Recreation & Tourism Management (formerly Leisure Studies)
- Nursing: an Oviatt Library Research Guide
- Physical Therapy
Special Interest guides
- Fall 2007 Databases A-Z with Subject Categories, Multisearch, Find Text [pdf] 1 page list of Library's subscription databases
- Electronic Resources 2006[pdf] -with brief descriptions
- Oviatt Library:Your Portal to Academic Success [powerpoint] and [handout] presented at New Faculty Retreat 2006
- Oviatt Library MetaSearch and Multisearch implementation committee member
- Over the years I have monitored and contributed to Online help with databases
About Marcia Henry
- Curriculum Vita
- Professional memberships in Medical Library Association, Medical Library Group of Southern California & Arizona, ALA, California Academic & Research Libraries .
- President, SEAL South, a CARL Interest group 2007
- I like to try freely available web research tools such as
- WorldCat.org- catalogs of all major libraries. Type keywords of book's title, author's name into search box. When asked for location information, CSUN zipcode is 91330. Note also ability to purchase from Amazon in the right column.
- Search engines that tailor to specifics, such as
- OpenDOAR -a directory of open access repositories at http://www.opendoar.org/
- QuadSearch -a cumulative search for cited references in Google Scholar at http://delab.csd.auth.gr/~lakritid/index.php
- Soople, an easy interface to search the web at http://www.soople.com/
- PQDT Open Access dissertations http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/
- Technorati a blog search engine at http://www.technorati.com/
- Medworm place to search for medical newsfeeds at http://www.medworm.com
- Delicious popular websites checkout related other related tags http://delicious.com/tag/healthcare
- Electronic Thesis/Dissertation OAI Union Catalog may help find freely available theses and dissertations. An increasing number of universities are scanning their theses and may be found in the library's catalog or .... e.g. Universities such as University of Missouri, Case Western Reserve . See also Proquest free search engine, PQDT Open, at http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/
- To find information about a journal, CSUN patrons can use Oviatt Library's subscription to Ulrich's Periodical Directory.
- There are also some freely available websites:
- Wikipedia a free encyclopedia that everyone can contribute to and edit.
- Shelfari is a place to talk about books with friends.
- Social networks