For the 2009-2010 Academic year the library offered 20-45 minute long sessions open to all faculty and staff at Oregon Tech. These sessions are archived below.
October 15, 2009: Copyright in a Digital World; a discussion of creative commons by Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen (click the title to enter the 19 min recording)
Information and information sharing is changing. Learn about creative commons copyright, and how to find creative commons media for use in the classroom.
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November 19th, 2009: Accessing the materials you need, ILL Summit, and more by Karen Kunz Learn about the variety of ways that you can retrieve articles and books from the Oregon Tech libraries and beyond.View the slideshow without audio below.
January 21st, 2010: Evaluating Information 101 by Anne Hiller Clark
February 18th, 2010: Organizing your Research by Kelly Peterson
March 11th, 2010: Go Beyond Google: Search the Deep Web by Lia Vella
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April 15th, 2010: Understand and Navigate Open Journal Scholarly Research by Iris Godwin
May 20th, 2010: How
Students are Finding Information: Millennial information behaviors
by Alla Powers
Recording not available
When you enter one of these sessions you may need to click OK in a pop up box. Then click "Download File" in the warning at the top. Click Open in the last box. Please enter your name for the username, and leave the password box blank.
You will need flash player and Java enabled to participate.
If you have questions about this software you may find more information through the Distance Education office.