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ADDITIONAL SERVICES: Click the headings below for more details
Citation ManagementLibrarians are available to provide Zotero training to faculty and students. Zotero is a web-based citation management system that works with the Mozilla Firefox browser and Microsoft Word to import citation content and format that content to create in-text and bibliographic citations in all citation styles. Contact us to make an appointment for training.
Copyright and Fair UseCopyright permission services and fair use information are available in the library. See the Copyright and Fair Use LibGuide, created by Dorothy Davison, Dean of the Library, and Wagner College DMCA Agent, for complete details and copyright resources. See also the Copyright Permission Request form in the web forms offered above.
Database TrialsWe are always interested in new research resources and frequently run database trials. Most trials are only available from campus computers. New trials are announced on the library homepage in the "What's New?" feature. Visit Database Trials for current trial information and access. Contact Dennis Schaub for more information and to request additional trials.
Information Literacy AssessmentWe have created a 10 question pre-test and 10 question post-test that can be imported into Moodle courses to help you assess your students' information literacy knowledge before and after they attend library research workshops. These tools are currently in use in all FYP reflective tutorials. See the Library Resources for Moodle Courses handout for details. A Guide to Information Literacy for Faculty is also available. Contact Cathy Perkins for more information.
LibGuides - guides for research by subjectLibGuides are subject-specific research guides created by our librarians for student use. The guides direct students to the most appropriate databases, books, and Websites for their topic as well as provide citation management and plagiarism prevention information [view our LibGuides]. Contact librarian Cathy Perkins to arrange for a customized guide for your course or to have an existing guide posted to your Moodle course page.
Moodle - embed library resourcesMake the most of Moodle: we will add a Library Resources box to your Moodle course pages, allowing students to search OneSearch and link to our subject research LibGuides. See the Library Resources for Moodle Courses handout for details. Contact librarian Cathy Perkins to add library resources to your Moodle course page.
Online Video TutorialsWe have created video tutorials to help students learn to use library resources and offer recommended videos from other libraries that teach students about the research process, evaluating their sources, and how to identify scholarly and primary sources. See the Online Tutorials page for details (also available in the Quick Links on the library home page). Contact librarian Cathy Perkins for more information.
Plagiarism PreventionThe "You Quote It, You Note It" interactive plagiarism prevention tutorial teaches your students about the effective and ethical use of information found on the Web and in the library. A 15 question test (created by our librarians) can be embedded into Moodle courses to follow tutorial. These tools are currently used in FYP moodle courses. The library also offers in-person plagiarism prevention workshops for students who have had trouble understanding the rules of academic writing and citation (in cooperation with the Wagner Academic Honesty Committee). Contact Dorothy Davison for more information.
VHS to DVD DigitizationNOTE: DIGITIZATION IS ON INDEFINITE HOLD. UNTIL NEW EQUIPMENT CAN BE PURCHASED WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DIGITIZE ANY VHS CONTENT. We can provide VHS to DVD digitization services for instructional media under the following circumstances, pursuant to 17 USC § 108 of United States copyright law: (a) Instructional VHS media that is not available for purchase in DVD or other digital format for a reasonable price, and (b) the material is damaged, deteriorating, lost of stolen, or (c) the existing original format is obsolete. In these cases a DVD copy will be made for educational use and can be placed on course reserve as a personal item (it will not be added to the library catalog as it is not a part of the library's collections). Faculty members/departments must provide the blank DVD-Rs for these conversions. Contact Cathy Perkins for more information.