Collection Managment Committee Recommendations for KeepingPrint Periodicals at Rosenberg September 15, 2009
Collection Managment Committee Recommendations for Cutting Print Periodicals at Rosenberg September 15, 2009
Collection Managment Committee Recommendations for All Print Periodicals at Rosenberg September 15, 2009
Library Technology Plan Draft November 12, 2007
Revised Periodicals Page v1
Revised Periodicals v2
Examples of other Periodical Database Pages
Online WORKSHOP Drafts
LIBRARY STATISTICS Academic Libraries Survey 2007
MICROFILM READER PROCEDURES Image of microfilm reader
IM Schedule Fall 08 Logging In/Out Instructions IM Guidelines How to get a Yahoo IM account
Libraries Offering IM:
CCSF Web 2.0: Blogs, Wiki, Chat and More!
Find articles Statler
Fugitive Facts Project
Location Codes for Item records and Order records
Instructions for creating new location codes
Templates for creating New Item records
Acquisitions Codes: Fund codes, Vendors, and Templates for New Order records
Acquisitions step-by-step: Millennium Acquisitions work for both Rosenberg AND the other campuses.
Cataloging Maintenance: Basic Millennium training. Adding and withdrawing copies. These pages were prepared for initial III implementation training.
College Catalogs: Creating Bibliographic and Item records for College Catalogs at Rosenberg (Circulation)
Create Lists Help Basic training for creating review lists.
Inventory FTP Instructions: Transferring files via FTP.
Inventory Procedures--Part 1: Scanning Barcodes using a laptop and barcode scanner.
Inventory Procedures--Part 2: Moving scanned barcodes to Millennium.
Inventory Procedures--Part 3: Comparing the File of Barcodes to the Shelf List.
Record Numbers for Statistics: The first and last record numbers created each month for Bibliographic records, Order records, and Authority records. These can be useful for creating lists for statistical purposes.
Reserves step-by-step: Instructions for: Library owned materials AND for personal copies.
Reserves format: Advice and examples for created bibliographic records and item records.
Rosenberg Cataloging step-by-step: Manipulating records in Millennium. Very incomplete.
Same or Different: Choosing a bibliographic record. For Reserves work, Acquisitions work, and Catalog maintenance, when to use an existing record, and when to create a new record.
Scopes and Limits: The patterns for Scoping and Location limits in the online catalog.
How to Create an Excel or Word List of Just Subject Headings Basic training for creating review lists.
- How to Create a List of Videos at John Adams Campus Library--or any other CCSF library
Handouts by Karen Saginor for her Health Classes:
Morale Survey: Final Analysis
Fall 2008 Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Fall 2008 Saturday Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Fall 2008 Downtown Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Fall 2008 John Adams/DeAvila Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Fall 2008 Mission Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Fall 2008 Southeast Reference Desk Schedule--Rosenberg Library
Library Technology Plan 2006 - 2010
Library Technology Plan 2006 -2010 Timetable
Application for Attending Workshops and Conferences – CCSF Library Learning Resources
Eureka Career Information: how to register students
Philosophy & Religion with E-Resources
Workshop A Backup by Manly Horowitz
ARCHIVES:ERef (Electronic Reference) InstructionsThe following non-library staff are allowed access to the Rosenberg Archives, R335 : Austin White, Lisa Velarde, Robyn Kapp Carrillo and Ophelia Clark. They must sign for the key at the Circulation Desk.
PRINTING FRAMES: from: http://www.med.stanford.edu/sitebuilder/printing.htmlNew York Times: L vs. N
New York Times on Infotrac. As a reminder, Infotrac often provides two page listings for a citation. One with an L and one with an N designation. L stands for Late Edition and N for National. The library carries the L edition on microfilm. Paper copies are the N or National edition. The Printed NY Times index indexes the L or Late edition. That info may help sometimes when you are trying to track down an article.