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Online Library Workshops

St. Augustine Campus Library Online Workshops

 

Contact BERYL WHITE-BING, the Public Services Librarian at the St Augustine Campus, if you have any questions or just want to say hello :)

Please note:  If you need credit for watching any of the online workshops, make sure you click on the link at the end of each section to send credit to your instructor.

Online Workshops

Humanities Research

Welcome to the Online Workshop, Help! I need a Librarian!

 

Need a Librarian and your campus library is closed?

  • Use the Ask-A Librarian service where you can chat, text or email a Florida Librarian. Ask-a-Librarian provides Florida residents with virtual reference services through live chat and text messaging from 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday (ET), and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday (ET).
  • You may also contact me: (904-808-7482) or email (berylwhite-bing@sjrstate.edu

So that I can better assist you, please provide the information when contacting me. I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Name:         

Course:

Teacher:

Do you have a workshop need or a research need?

Do you have a topic in mind?

Are you completing research for a paper or a project?

When is you project/paper due?

Do you need books, articles/database material or both?

How many sources do you need?

Do you need recent material?

Now watch the video, Help! I Need a Librarian to learn how you contact us for help.

Find the SJRState Public Service Librarian for your campus
St Augustine Campus-Beryl: 7 votes (63.64%)
Palatka Campus-Brittnee: 2 votes (18.18%)
Palatka Campus-Joyce: 0 votes (0%)
Orange Park Campus-Eric: 2 votes (18.18%)
Total Votes: 11

ASK-A-LIBRARIAN

Ask-A-Librarian is "Ask a Librarian is administered by the Tampa Bay Library Consortium, and provides Florida residents with virtual reference services through live chat and text messaging from 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday (ET), and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday (ET)."

CITATION 101

This workshop will help learn how to cite your sources using: APA or MLA.

Also is included in this workshop is a video form our FILMS on DEMAND database on the importance of avoiding Plagiarism. 

Helpful links will be explored on each citation format: APA and MLA.

Remember to watch all of the videos and click the links to explore all that is available to help you as you cite your sources.

I am Beryl White-Bing, Public Services Librarian at the St Augustine Campus. My door is open!

First, Log-in to MySJRState, and watch the following video from FILMS ON DEMAND, on PLAGIARISM.

Second, Watch the Citation 101 Workshop Video

APA-EXPLORE THE FOLLOWIN LINKS

APA RESOURCES FOR FORMATTING AND CITING YOUR SOURCES

MLA-EXPLORE THE FOLLOWING LINKS

MLA RESOURCES FOR FORMATTING AND CITING YOUR SOURCES

How can I get a review of my paper to make sure it is done correctly?

If you have a paper  that you want someone to review, consider uploading it to the Smarthinking Writing Center.

Now watch a video on how to use Smarthinking.

How to look for Literature Research Workshop

This workshop consists of two videos: 

  1. A search for information on an American Poet.
  2. The search for information about an American short story author and their characters

I am using the following Databases:

  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • EBSCO eBooks
  • Gale Biography in context
  • Literary Reference Center Plus (EBSCO)
  • Gale Literary sources

 Please watch the two videos. After you watch them, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Beryl White-Bing at 904-808-7482.  For verification that you participated in this workshop, click the link at the very end to send me an email.

You must be logged in to MySJRState to access the following databases:

Other Literature Research guides

Explore the Digital Resources for an Argumentative Paper.

This workshop will provide a short overview of the digital resources available for an argumentative paper. You will also learn how to find a credible source to support or to debunk an argument. a few tutorials created by our database companies will also be posted in this workshop. make sure you click the link at the end of this workshop if you need documentation for reviewing this workshop.

To receive the most benefit from this workshop, watch all of the videos

I am Beryl White-Bing, and my door is open!

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Library Basics Online

Library Basics Workshop

This is a basic introduction to the St Augustine Campus Library and our resources.

Watch the video below for information about your campus library.

Using the SJRState Library Portal Workshop

This workshop is a basic introduction to the information that can be found on the St Johns River State College Library portal page. Once you view the video, you will have a basic understanding of how to access information, contact a librarian, and where to go to get help if you need it.

What is a Database? Workshop

After viewing this workshop, you should have a working understanding of how to access the database, what a database is, and how it can help you when researching valid information.

eVideos and eBooks Workshop

This video provide two ways to access and find  electronic videos and electronic books for use in academic research.

Requesting books from another campus and college.

As a St Johns River State College student, you have access to all of the catalogs of the 28 state colleges of Florida through LINCCWeb, the current Library catalog.  The following video explains simply how to request an item from another SJRState campus library and from another college.

Catalog Searching Workshop

After you watch the video tutorial  you should have a basic knowledge of where the catalog is, and how to search for materials.

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