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CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN
LIBRARY ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
C E N T R A L L I B R A RY
(
2011-2012 )
Agenda
 INTRODUCTION
 LIBRARY RESOURCES
 LIBRARY SERVICES & FACILITIES
 HOW TO GET LIBRARY RESOURCES
 IMPORTANT WEBSITES
 FUTURE PERSPECTIVE
 CONTACT PERSON
INTRODUCTION
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Books are for use
Every reader his/her book
Every book its reader
Save the time of the reader
Library is a growing organism
INTRODUCTION
 Library plays a vital role for an institution for:
 creation of new knowledge through acquisition;
 organization and dissemination of knowledge resources; and
 providing value added services.
 It’s
an essential component of the institute's
outstanding research and education mission. It also
enables:
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learning and advancement of knowledge; and
promotes discovery and scholarship.
Working Hours of Library
 Library Opening Hour :
09.30 a.m.
 Library Closing Hour
06.00 p.m.
:
Different Sections in Library
 Acquisition Section
 Technical Section
 Circulation Section
 Periodical Section
 Reference Section
 Stack Room
 Reading Room
 Reprography (Photocopying) Section
Library Rules: Property Counter
 Personal belongings should be kept Outside the
Library/in Property Counter at owners risk
 No Valuable items viz., Money, Pass Books, Mobiles;
should be kept in your bag while keeping them in
Property Counter
 Personal Books/ Checked Out Books are not allowed
for consultation/reference in the library
 Mobile Should be Switched Off OR kept on Silent Mode
inside library. Mobile Use is restricted in Reading
Areas.
Access to Library
 A Register for all students is available at
entrance of the library; Students are
requested to make their entry in the
Register while entering and departing
from library.
LIBRARY RESOURCES
 BOOKS: More then 5594
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reference and text books
The subscriptions of 44
National and International
printed journals
08 Newspapers
Online access of more than
3,000 Journals and few
electronics database under
the UGC-INFONET Digital
Library consortium of
INFLIBNET
IEEE subscription through
AICTE-INDEST
Consortium
Subject-wise no. of books
S. No.
Subject
1.
Computer Science
891
2.
Mathematics
885
3.
Economics
465
4.
Management
1381
5.
Chemistry
415
6.
Statistics
536
7.
English
881
8.
General Reference
75
9.
Architecture
73
10.
Culture and Media
98
11.
Hindi
133
12.
Physics
11
13.
Bio-Technology
27
14.
Environment Science
36
TOTAL
No. of books
(Approx.)
5907
Borrowing Rights
 Students
 Teachers/Officers
 Other Staff
: 2 books
(for 15 days)
: 5-10 books
(for one month)
: 02 books
(for one month)
Overdue Charges
Rs. 1.00 for per book per day will be
charged, if book is not returned after
the due date
Library Rules: Issuing Books
 Identity card is must while visiting and using the library.
 Reservation of borrowed books by others may be made in a Register
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available in the library.
Readers shall not write upon, damage, or make any mark upon any
book, journal or magazine, or other material belonging to the
library.
Any reader observing a defect, or damage to any book or manuscript
shall point out the same to the Library Staff immediately.
Borrowers must satisfy themselves about the physical condition of
the book before borrowing. Otherwise they will be responsible for
any damage at the time of returning.
Books borrowed on a particular day will not be accepted for return
on the same day.
Books taken for reference from the stack area need to be kept on the
table and not to be merged on the shelves.
LIBRARY SERVICES
AND FACILITIES:
Lending Services
Reading Room Facilities
Reference Services
Bibliographical and
Documentation services
Online access to eresources
10 Mbps High Speed
Internet Connectivity and
extended to 1Gbps soon
Multimedia PC's in the
Library
Reprography Services
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF
RAJASTHAN
LIBRARY STACK ROOM & READING ROOM
HOW TO GET BOOKS
 Search for books in the following order
Subject-wise
 Title-wise
 Author-wise
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 Go to the stack area and select your required books
 Books are arranged Subject-wise
 After selection of books you may get books issued
from the Circulation Counter
 Magazines and Periodicals are only for reference
How to get Online Resources
 FOR ONLINE RESOURCES GOTO WEBSITE.
http://www.curaj.ac.in
Click on Central Facilities  Central Library 
Online Resources
UGC-Infonet E-Resources
S. No.
E-Resources
Website
1.
Annual Reviews
http://arjournals.annualreviews.org/
2.
Economic & Political Weekly
http://www.epw.in
3.
ISID
http://isid.org.in/
4.
JCCC
http://jccc-ugcinfonet.in or www.jcccugcinfonet.in
5.
Oxford University Press
http://www.oxfordjournals.org
6.
Project Euclid
http://projecteuclid.org/
7.
SIAM
http://epubs.siam.org/
8.
Springer Link
http://www.springerlink.com/
9.
Taylor & Francis
http://www.informaworld.com/
JCCC (J-Gate Custom Content for Consortia)
 A virtual library of journal literature created as a
customized e-journals access gateway and database
solution. It acts as a one point access to 7900+
journals subscribed currently under UGC INFONET
Digital library consortium as well as university
libraries designated as Inter Library Loan (ILL)
Centers besides index to open access journals.
It offers the following facilities and benefits to users:
 Table of Contents Browsing: Users can select journals of
their choice by searching by journal title words and / or
subject categories and browse the table of contents for the
latest issues of the journals.
 Database Searching: [email protected] acts a
comprehensive database of journal articles published in the
7900+ journals. The articles are indexed with subject
keywords and are searchable by - author, title words,
abstract words, subject keywords, author name etc.
 My Journals: Users can select journals of their choice and
create their own alert profiles. [email protected] sends
e-mail alerts to the users, every week and as and when their
favorite journals are published, to facilitate browsing TOC of
the latest issues.
How to send ILL request?
 If the article is not available online, but one of the
ILL designated libraries is subscribing to that
journal, user will be directed to send ILL request to
nearest ILL Centre. As shown in the slide, users can
click to Request the article. It will display the
details of article along with list of libraries
subscribing to the journal. User can select a library
and send email for request of article which will be
delivered to the requesting librarian.
Other Important Websites
http://www.inflibnet.ac.in
A platform for research students to
deposit their Ph.D. theses and make it available to
the entire scholarly community in open access.
 INDCAT: A Union database contains bibliographic
description, location and holdings information for
books, journals and theses in all subject areas
available in more than 124 university libraries
across the country.
 Shodhganga:
Free Resources you can access
 Open J-Gate
 DOAJ
 OAIster
Open J-gate
 A service by Informatics dedicated to the
promotion of the Open Access movement for
scholarly journals
(9302 Open Access Journals)
(6228 Peer-Reviewed)
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
 Free, full text, quality controlled scientific
and scholarly journals, covering all subjects
and many languages.
OAIster
 OAIster is a union catalog of more than 19 million digital resources from over
1,000 organizations developed by the University of Michigan and harvested using
OAI-PMH (the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting).
Digital resources in OAIster include items such as:
o Digitized (i.e., scanned) books and articles
o Born-digital texts
o Audio files (e.g., wav, mp3)
o Images (e.g., tiff, gif)
o Movies (e.g., mp4, quicktime)
o Datasets (e.g., downloadable statistics files)
Collections in OAIster include:
o Theses
o Technical reports
o Research Papers
o Image Collections
Information searching & Retrieval
Techniques
Search and retrieval process for accessing Electronic
Information Resources
Jaipur
1.
DEFINE SEARCH
QUESTION
2.
IDENTIFY DATABASE OF SEARCH
1.
DEFINE SEARCH STRATEGY (SELECT SEARCH TERMS AND USE
BOOLEAN OPERATORS)
4.
CARRY OUT THE SEARCH
5.
EVALUATE THE RESULTS
6.
REVISED THE SEARCH IF REQUIRED
7.
EVALUATE AGAIN IF STILL POOR TRY OTHER DATABASES
OTHERWISE GO AHEAD
8.
OBTAIN THE INFORMATION
9.
APPRAISE THE INFORMATION FOUND
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Types of searches
There are several ways to execute searches. The
m o s t f r e q u e n tl y u s e d w a y s o f s i m p l e a s w e l l a s
a d v a n c e d s e a r c h e s a r e28e l a b o r a t e d b e l o w :
•S i m p l e o r B a s i c s e a r c h : O n e c a n s i m p l y t y p e
a term, word, phrase, etc as follows:
Mechanics
This would display the search results related the
term Mechanics wherever the term is used in
the documents and databases.
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Advance search: Boolean Logics
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A
B
B
A AND B
A OR B
A
A
B
A NOT B
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Searching- AND Operator
30
A
B
Electricity AND Magnetism
Organic chemistry AND Inorganic chemistry
AND operator narrows the search and retrieving only
those documents that contain both of the keyword
entered.
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Searching- OR Operator
31
A
B
Heat OR Thermodynamics
The OR operator expands the search by retrieving those documents in
which either of or both of the keyword appear. This operator is usually
used for:
•Synonymous or equivalent terms
•Spelling variations
•Related terms
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Searching- NOT Operator
32
A
B
Chemistry NOT Organic chemistry
The NOT operator limits the search by retrieving only first keyword
but not second, even if the first word appears in that document too.
The NOT operator should be used with care, as it is easy to
eliminate relevant documents as well as irrelevant.
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Citation and References
 Referencing is a standardized method of
acknowledging sources of information and ideas that
you have used in your assignment in a way that
uniquely identifies their source.
 Referencing is necessary to avoid plagiarism, and to
enable readers to follow-up and read more fully the
cited author’s arguments.
Examples
Book
 Madden, R., & Hogan, T. (1997). A handbook of critical approaches to
literature. New York: Oxford University Press.
Article or Chapter in a Book
 Blaxter, M. (1976). Social class and health inequalities. In C. Carter & J.
Peel (Eds.), Equalities and inequalities in health (pp. 120-135).
London: Academic Press.
Journal Article
 Wharton, N. (1996). Health and safety in outdoor activity centres.
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 12(4), 8-9.
Journal Article from electronic database
 Madden, G. (2002). Internet economics and policy: an Australian
perspective. Economic Record, 78, 343-58. Retrieved October 16, 2002,
from ABI/INFORM Global database.
Learning Tasks and Activities
Journal Name
Vol. No (issue no.)
Page No.
Learning Tasks and Activities
ISBN No.
Publication
Learning tasks cont.--
ISSN NO.
FUTURE PLANS
 Fully Automated Library
 Institutional/Digital Repository
 Knowledge based Resource Centre
Suggestions are most welcome to improve
the library and its services.
FOR ANY QUERY AND HELP CONTACT
 Mr. Bhaw Nath Pandey (Assistant Librarian)
Email: [email protected]
 Ms. Sobhagyawati Gupta (Assistant Librarian)
E-mail: [email protected]
 Mr. Manoj Pareek (Library Attendant)
E-mail: [email protected]
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