Netgen
Download
1 / 30

Netgen (16-22 year olds, grown up with the web – expectations) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 111 Views
  • Uploaded on

Netgen (16-22 year olds, grown up with the web – expectations) Kathy Collier, Australian National University. Overview. Background Information Information Services Technology Physical Space. The Australian National University. 13,487 students representing 94 countries 8,179 undergraduate

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Netgen (16-22 year olds, grown up with the web – expectations)' - vail


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

Netgen

(16-22 year olds, grown up with the web – expectations)

Kathy Collier, Australian National University


Overview
Overview

  • Background Information

  • Information Services

  • Technology

  • Physical Space


The australian national university
The Australian National University

  • 13,487 students representing 94 countries

    • 8,179 undergraduate

    • 5,206 postgraduate

    • 102 non award

  • Around 3,600 staff

  • Approximately 1,440 academic staff



Library scholarly information services
Library (Scholarly Information Services)

  • Part of Division of Information

  • 13 programs

  • Has five main physical locations each with a special subject focus:

    • Menzies (Asia Pacific collections)

    • Hancock (science collections)

    • Chifley (social sciences and humanities collections)

    • Law

    • Creative Arts (fine art and music collections)

  • Print Repository

  • Information Commons


Organisational Arrangement

Scholarly Information Resource Management Program

(SIRM)

Library User Services Program

(LUS)

Functions

Direction (Planning, Strategies, Policies, Procedures, Evaluation)

St

a

f

f

Re

source

s

Chifley

O pera

t

i

o

ns

Creative Arts

Hancock

Law

Menzies

Deliverables

September 2006


Scholarly information resources
Scholarly Information Resources

  • 2.4 m volumes – print, electronic, microform, theses, rare books

  • Distributed system (physical and virtual)

    • Physical locations (10)

    • E-packages (296, licence agreements, all subject areas)

    • Digital repositories (E-learning materials, exam papers, E-prints, theses, digital images, ANU E Press)

    • Document supply

  • 65,640 serial titles (approx) including 53,600 electronic

    • Prefer electronic to print format for serials

    • Gradual move to electronic monographs (access and use arrangements)


Access
Access

  • Available anytime, anywhere to ANU staff and students

  • Off-campus access through EZProxy

  • Many e-journals are linked in the ANU Library catalogue (http://library.anu.edu.au)

  • Some databases have too many titles to catalogue

  • Serials Solutions (http://www.serialssolutions.com) facilitates access at title level


Library management system
Library Management System

  • My Library Record

    • View your loans

    • Place holds

    • Submit document supply requests without re-entering personal details

    • View progress on document supply

    • Change contact details

    • Saved searches

  • RSS feeds – new books

  • Courtesy notices that items are due back

  • Metafind


Library services
Library Services

  • Open 82.5 hours per week in teaching time

  • Electronic Resources – 24 hour access

  • Loans

  • Reference

  • Document Delivery

  • Off-campus services

  • Disabled users

  • External Borrowers



Print repository service delivery model
Print RepositoryService Delivery Model

  • Accessing the material

    • Online requesting service

    • Retrieval of physical items

    • Small reading room for users

  • Pilot online article requesting service for pre-1990 serials

  • Transportation of material

  • Staffingarrangements



Reference services
Reference Services

  • Desks in each building

  • Providing information on the Web

  • Staff directly

  • Ask a Librarian

  • AskANU



Askanu stats

54,411 Library queries

95.7 by Library staff

4.3% by Consultants

24,759 IT queries

29.2% by Library staff

70.8% by Consultants

AskANU stats


Library as space
Library as space

  • Repurposing between collections and student needs

  • Group study – big tables

  • Individual

  • Data & power access

  • Laptops -security

  • Wireless

  • Quiet & noisier areas










Ilp a broadbrush module

Who is IL at ANU

Div of Information

Library Staff

Information Literacy Program

AskANU IT

Technical Specialists

Colleges/Faculties

General Staff

Academic Staff

Other Divisions

Academic Skills

Teaching Development

Careers

How is IL delivered?

Generic/in curriculum

Online

At elbow

Podcasts, virtual tours

GILP – Graduate IL Prog

Incorporates

Info Searching

Info Technology

Info Management

Academic Writing

Tutors Induction Program

Offers

Entry/exit audits

Bundled/single sessions

Grad Course Award

Specialised support

Generic/induction

Online, at elbow, phone

Staffed by

All Libraries

GILP specialists (Library & IT)

Casuals

ANU Colleges

ILP – a broadbrush module



How we know what to do
How we know what to do?

  • Feedback

    • Surveys eg Rodski

    • Regular meetings with student associations

    • Suggestions

      • Via web, email

      • Face to face at desks

  • Observing how the students are using the space


Thank you – any questions?

Kathy Collier

Program Leader Library User Services

[email protected]


ad