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He or she will also receive an I-Pad. Friday, 16 January Book chapter scanning service. All instructors and teaching assistants with access to Blackboard can avail of the service. Please read on for more details. We can upload as many different chapters to your Blackboard course as you like - as long as no two chapters come from the same book.
This all follows on from the library's Reading List Support Service. Every year, instructors are invited to submit the reading list for their course so that staff can check the availability of course material in the library. Where necessary, the library can order extra copies of books, or, in the case of high-demand titles, put some on short loan. If requested, the digitisation centre can scan individual chapters for Blackboard under the guidelines laid out above. There's more information about our scanning service here. Anyone interested in finding out more is welcome to contact our digitisation team at the Digitisation Centre next to the Special Collections Reading Room on the ground floor of the new Hardiman Research Building ; alternatively lecturers can request chapters for scanning via our web help desk.
More information about what we can and can't scan for Blackboard is available at the digitisation centre's Chapter Scanning FAQ.
Unfortunately for legal reasons we can't send scanned library material directly to users, and we are for the present limited to posting chapters on Blackboard only. This post has been brought to you by the Library's Digitisation Blog. Encapsulating a lifetime of work committed to documenting the Irish landscape and in particular the regions of Connemara and the Burren and also the Aran Islands, the Tim Robinson archive is an incredible insight and record of how the landscape has been studied, mapped and documented and now this archive will be catalogued and made accessible for research at the Hardiman Library.
Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work - Now available! A multi-part online collection of over 1, hours of training videos, re-enactments and footage of actual therapy sessions. Click here for access!
The book is written and published in honour of Professor Kevin Boyle. It celebrates his long career in human rights law both as an academic and a practising. Rights: Essays in Honour of Professor Kevin Boyle, (Routledge, London and international plane – human rights lawyers and academics, Kevin Boyle and Sir.
Wednesday, 14 January Come in out of the rain and let us show you around the Library and its services! Welcome to all the Students who have recently arrived in Galway. You will be shown how to search the library's catalogue to find out if the library has the books or journals you need. You'll also be given a short tour of the library, so that you can learn how to find the books on the shelves. No booking required - this is a drop in session.
January 17th: British and Irish Women's Letters and Diaries - new resource. Labels: database , Humanities , New Resource.
Academic Staff - still time to tell us what you think. What academic skills do you think first year students need for success at University? Do you know of the supports available in NUI Galway to help students develop those skills? There is an opinion widely held, that students entering third level education from secondary school are not well prepared for the needs of higher education and do not have the core academic skills they need.
The provision of support for academic skills development is recognised as a key factor in student engagement and retention, particularly in first year.
NUI Galway has a range of different services that provide support for these academic skills, e. Academic staff, please complete our survey and tell us what you think about the skills supports needed and available at NUI Galway for first year students. Labels: database , Humanities , Literature , New Resource , theatre. North American Theatre Online - new resource.
Volunteer students, staff and researchers all work together to promote biological sciences to primary and secondary school children and their families in a way that is both accessible and fun! Second Steps is a follow up to Click and Connect providing more training to broaden learners understanding on topics such as internet, file management, and using tablets as an alternative to computers. January 17th: Using a comparative approach — centred on the UK, but with insights and complementary data gathered from the USA and other countries — it argues that problematic drug use can only be understood in the social context in which it takes place. Erschienen am I am incredibly proud to call you all members of the NUI Galway family and delighted to preside over such an important event in the University calendar.
Access to North American Theatre Online is now available via the library website. North American Theatre Online is a comprehensive reference work covering all aspects of the Canadian and American Theatre.
It includes some 40, pages of major reference materials, together with records to approximately 30, plays, 57, people, 5, theatres, 22, productions, and 2, production companies. The collection also includes approximately 10, images, playbills, postcards, scrapbooks and other resources. Further information is available here. Labels: database , English , Humanities , New Resource , theatre.
Resolved: Problem with notification on Blackboard. There will be a badge indicating there are updates, and there are courses that show as having updates, but when clicking on the course to view the actual updates, no content is loaded. If all of the courses with updates have a problem, there will be a message that states nothing requires your attention. This has been confirmed by Blackboard as a known issue. Blackboard is working on a solution but there is no estimated date for when it will be resolved.
It is important that you are already familiar with searching databases e.
Business Source Complete before doing this workshop. Email: trish. International Students - Get Started in the Library. Monday - Friday at Thursday, 8 January Risk of some temporary interruption to journal access. It celebrates his long career in human rights law both as an academic and a practising barrister. Professor Boyle has taken numerous cases on human rights issues to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and has long been involved in human rights aspects of the peace process in Northern Ireland.
He has published widely on human rights issues, focusing on freedom of expression and religion and non-discrimination. The contributors to this volume are well-known academics in the field of human rights and include Francesca Klug, Conor Gearty, David Beetham and Asbjorn Eide. Amongst some of the issues addressed in the book are the future of the European Court of Human Rights, the role of academics play in engendering transition to post-conflict democratic states, and human rights and religious pluralism.
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