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    Blackboard exploration share
    We are creating this share in order to explore links with Blackboard

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    ECS Resources for INFO 2009
    These slides support students in understanding how to respond to the challenge of: "I’ve been told not to use Google or Wikipedia to research my essay. What else is there?" The powerpoint guides students in how to identify high quality, up to date and relevant resources on the web that they can reliably draw upon for their academic assignments. The slides were created by the subject liaison librarian who supports the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the UNiversity of Southampton, Fiona Nichols.

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    Copyright and wrong
    Article from Economist debating copyright and role in today's society

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    Copyright in context
    Questions asked by library staff and answered by experts, to give insight into everyday issues to do with copyright and licensing.

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    Copyright toolkit from Eduserv
    If you are a first-time user of the toolkit, new to your job, or inexperienced in copyright and right clearance issues, you are recommended to begin with the introductory exercise (greetings card activity). The questions in the exercises have been designed to build up copyright knowledge, beginning at a most basic level of understanding. These exercises should be followed in sequence order to benefit from each learning outcome.

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    Intute tutorial on image searching
    Would you like to learn how to use the Internet to find copyright cleared images for your work, quickly and efficiently?

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    Keep up-to-date with copyright
    Brief listing of books and webpages on copyright law and how to interpret it.

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    copyright resources
    A collection of resources to inform staff about copyright issues, including useful links to articles and webpages as well as a PDF called "Copyright in Context" pertinant questions and answers that formed part of a study morning held at the Hartley Library in May 2010 and also a narrated powerpoint presentation by Adam Warren.

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    Institutional innovation: synthesis of programme outcomes
    Report of the work of the Projects funded by the JISC Institutional change/innovation Programme 2008-2010. Report produced by the Synthesis and Benefits Realisation Team linked to the Programme.

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    An open mind
    An article from the New York Times, 16 April 2010, by Katie Hafner. This article summarises recent significant projects for creating open educational resources in the United States and UK.

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    Autumn leaves
    This is an image of some leaves in autumn.

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    Full text library resources 2010-11
    Finding journal articles from full text sources such as IEEEXplore, ACM and LNCS (Lecture Noters in Computer Science)

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    Subject Specialist Databases
    Powerpoint presentation of the talk given by Fiona Nichols, ECS Academic Liaison Librarian on Thursday 25th November for Info 2009.

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    Full Text Library Resources for INFO1010
    These slides support students in understanding how to respond to the challenge of: "I’ve been told not to use Google or Wikipedia to research my essay. What else is there?" The powerpoint guides students in how to identify high quality, up to date and relevant resources on the web that they can reliably draw upon for their academic assignments. The slides were created by the subject liaison librarian who supports the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, Fiona Nichols.

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    VADS: free art and design images for education
    VADS is the online resource for visual arts. It has provided services to the academic community for 12 years and has built up a considerable portfolio of visual art collections comprising over 100,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in learning, teaching and research in the UK.

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