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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

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Fugitive Facts Project

Millennium Documentation

  • 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.
  • WebOpac Documentation

    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


    Library Information

    The 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.
    ERef (Electronic Reference) Instructions
    Library Automation Task Force Information: Library Mission Statement
    Library Skills Workshops Outlines
    Library Skills Workshop B Videostreaming Project
    Library Technology Plan
    New York Times on Infotrac: L vs. N
    Periodical Databases Tips
    Printing from the Web--Tips
    Ref Notes (Selections)
    Rosenberg Library Reference Checklist
    Subject Guide Template (Word Document)

    College Wide Information

    Annual Institutional Plan 2002-2003
    Board Agenda, Minutes, Resolutions
    Budget Calendar Jan-Sept 2002
    Certification of the Institutional Self Study Report
    Education Master Plan
    Educational Technology Plan Nov. 1996
    Strategic Plan 1997

    Library Skills Workshops--Outlines Periodical Databases--Tips
      Viewing an entire issue of a magazine/journal in Infotrac:
    1. From the search screen Limit the Current search by Date and Journal
    2. Do not enter anything in the Search Box
    3. Click on the Search Button
    4. You should see a listing of all the articles available from the magazine for the date(s) you entered.
    Printing from the Web--Tips
    Q: I use Netscape on a PC with Windows NT. How can I print framed pages? A: Apparently the JavaScript code that orphan-proofs framed pages interferes with printing on PCs with Netscape and Windows NT. When you click on the frame to select it, and try to "Print Preview" or "Print," the page is blank, and you may get an alert saying "Nothing to Print." There are two suggested work-arounds: 1.Turn off JavaScript while you print. Get the Preferences command, select "Advanced" and click off the checkbox next to "Enable JavaScript." You should now be able to print normally. Don't forget to turn JavaScript back on! 2.Switch to another browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, which does not have this problem. How to Print Web Pages with Light Text on a Dark Background 1. Change your page setup within Netscape -Pull down Netscape's FILE menu -Choose PAGE SETUP -Put checkmark in front of BLACK TEXT and BLACK LINES -Click OK (These settings are safe to leave on, and they usually do the trick) 2. Change the Color Settings in Netscape -Pull down EDIT in Netscape 4 (OPTIONS in Netscape 3 and earlier) -Choose PREFERENCES -Click on COLORS -Click on the "Text" color box and set to BLACK if not already -Click on the "Background Color" box and set to WHITE -Click "Always Use my Colors, Overriding Document" -Click OK When finished printing, go back to the COLORS dialog box and uncheck the "Always Use My Colors" checkbox, so websites will display as intended. 3. Save the Text and print it from Another Application Now and then you may find a stubborn page that won't print with the settings above. As a last resort, try the following: -In your browser, click FILE -Click SAVE AS -Name your webpage anything (as long as it has a .TXT extension) -Open this new file in a word processor or WordPad -Print from that program. (Images and some formatting will be lost with this method) OR... -In your browser, highlight the portion of text you want printed -Choose EDIT, then COPY (Ctrl-C) -Open WordPad or any other word processor -Choose EDIT, then PASTE (Ctrl-V) -Print from the word processor. -Print from that program. (Images and some formatting will be lost with this method)
    New 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.