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Alma / Primo - Tuesday / Thursday Calls - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Longpre
10:53
We had a North student in our library trying to print!
Lily Kun (SPSCC)
12:08
Our library is also still open, but limited hours 10-2.
Nicole Longpre
12:45
As classes are remote until the end of the month, it's very quiet.
Lesley Caldwell (Pierce College, she/her)
13:36
We have import profiles, not sure about norm rules
Lesley Caldwell (Pierce College, she/her)
14:05
Same as Nicole!
Amy Herman, Olympic College
14:33
We haven't put our films in the catalog yet. They are just standalone databases right now.
Nicole Longpre
17:05
Sorry BRB
Kirsti Thomas (Seattle Colleges)
20:28
We haven't
Melinda Martin
21:45
ben.ugaldea@sfcc.spokane.edu
Kirsti Thomas (Seattle Colleges)
24:06
We're making plans to start doing EDI invoicing with YBP for our ebook orders. If anyone else has already set this up, do you have any tips or advice?
Jennifer Rohan
24:33
Thank you for your input!
Nicole Longpre
25:18
I think students think Google Scholar is everything, but in instruction we point out some challenging nuances.
Kirsti Thomas (Seattle Colleges)
26:48
Wow! Thanks for sharing the info about Google Scholar Ryer!
Melinda Martin
28:11
Awesome!
Kirsti Thomas (Seattle Colleges)
29:53
Rhonda
Wade Guidry
30:22
I have not used that approach, Jennifer.But this is a good place to remind about this way to approach it:https://libux.web.unc.edu/2016/11/24/building-a-google-scholar-search-form-with-links-to-full-text/I set up this institution code Google Scholar link in my Databases A-Z with a how to link under it and it has been popular with Faculty at least. This is what it looks like. I also share it frequently on social media and faculty emails. I have students use it in my LIB 101 course.https://libguides.bigbend.edu/az.php?q=google?
Jennifer Rohan
31:47
Great, thank you! :)
Ryer Banta
32:27
For an example, here is what our URL looks like https://scholar.google.com/scholar?inst=11492738193550124057
Wade Guidry
33:02
https://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/publishers.html#overview
Ryer Banta
33:07
This makes it that our "FindIt@Centralia" link shows up for users as if they were on campus or logged in.
Jennifer Rohan
33:15
Thanks for the link, Ryer
Naoko Yasuda (Highline)
34:03
Kirsti, we buy very few ebooks from YBP so I only set up EDI invoicing for print books.
Kirsti Thomas (Seattle Colleges)
35:06
Naoko-- Did you run into any problems while you were setting things up?
Ryer Banta
37:35
From an instructional standpoint, we talk about Google Scholar for starting topic exploration because often it is more forgiving with search terms and it suggests more narrow searches at bottom. Plus it gives us a sense of if there is something written on the topic or not. But the question of how this intersects with our licensed databases and discovery tools is certainly interesting and tough to figure out what
Ryer Banta
37:39
's best.
Nicole Longpre
38:36
Ryer this is interesting. I am reviewing a library Canvas module for an upcoming instruction session and I don't usually address Google Scholar
Cara Beth (she/her)
41:11
hooray for the indie bookstores
Cara Beth (she/her)
42:12
thanks, everyone!
Melinda Martin
42:17
Thanks all! :)
Nicole Longpre
42:22
Bye everyone
Jennifer Rohan
42:23
Many thanks for all your insights into Google Scholar
Lesley Caldwell (Pierce College, she/her)
42:25
Thanks, y'all!