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Newsletter Spring 2020 Semester

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Newsletter Spring 2020 Semester
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Huet, Hélène
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English
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Newsletter

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This is a newsletter for Spring 2020 about the services I provide for my patrons, new resources we have recently acquired in the UF libraries, information about the Canvas Librarian Role, information about upcoming library events for the month of January, and 10 of our most recent book acquisitions.
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Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Hélène Huet.

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 201 9 20 20 1 Everything you need to know for 201 9 20 20 Fall 2016 E MAIL: HHUET@UFL.EDU ; TWITTER: @SUPERHH ; PHONE: 352 273 2771 IN THIS ISSUE : MY SERVICES , NEW RESOURCES , CANVAS LIBRARIAN ROL E , UPCOMING LIBRARY EVE NTS , RECENT ACQUISITIONS My Services What Can I Do for You? Create a LibGuide for a course . Provide library instruction . Help on a digital project (teaching or research) . Consult with you for your research . Find resources . Purchase books . Purchasing materials with ongoing costs such as journals and databases is more difficult, but feel free to discuss these potential purchases with me. Make sure to check out the LibGuides and to add them to your syllabi : French and Francophone Studies ; Germanic Studies ; Italian Studies ; Portuguese Studies ; Spanish Studies . New Resources Acade mic Video Online (AVON) : Academic Video Online provides access to thousands of interdisciplinary streaming video titles . It includes subject based sub collections such as Worl d History ; Asian Film ; Black Studies ; Fashion Studies , and LGBT Studies amongst others. Films on Demand (FoD) : Provides access to thousands of videos, which can be easily added to your Canvas courses. Of particular interest would be the World Cinema Collection and the FMG Archival Films and Newsreels Collection . Free Trial until the end of January of the National Theatre Collection . This collection brings the stage to life through access to high definition streaming video of world class productions and unique archival material offering significant insight into theatre and performance studies. Through a collaboration with the U.K.'s National Theatre, this collection offers a range of digital performance resources never previously seen rchive.

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 2 Canvas Librarian Role There is the course instructor and the librarian collaborate to support stud ents in their research process. This voluntary role allows course instructors to invite librarians (like me! ) into their class and assign a role that is clearly defined and recognizable to teachers, students, instructional designers, and librarians. In concert with the course instruct or, librarians will be able to: o Access course materials o Embed library research guides o Add course content (e.g. tutorials, tools, Information Literacy modules) o Participate in discussion boards o Communicate with students Librarians do not have access to grades or other sensitive information . The librarian and instructor will agree upon the content that is added and the involvement of the librarian. I also want to emphasize that before I become involve in the course (via the librarian role), we should communicate to discuss how much involvement on my part you are looking for. In addition to being able to add a librarian role for me, should you want to, you can also now embed library research guides. What does this mean concretely? It means that students would have direct access to my research guides, right there, on your Canvas course pag e. For instance, if you are teaching an Italian class and wanted to embed my Italian Studies guide, if you follow the steps below, my Italian Studies guide is the one that will automatically appear in your Canvas course. Should you have any questions or n eed my help to add me and/or embed my research guide, please email at hhuet@ufl.edu .

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 3 How to be added as a Librarian in Canvas As the instructor, you will need to take the following steps: In here you would put add me.

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 3 Add LibGuide (research Guide) to Canvas To add the LibGuide to Canvas, the instructor/embedded librarian should take the following steps: 1. Select Settings 2. Select the Navigation tab 3. Drag the Library Research item up to the visible navigation list Upcoming Library Events Wednesday, January 22 John David Ridge: a Life in Costume Exhibit opening with guest speaker John David Ridge 2 4 pm, Smathers Library, Room 100 Thursday, January 23 Nelson Initiative on Ethics and Leadership With Pulitzer Award winning author Jon Meacham 10 11 am, Grand Reading Room in Smathers Library Live stream of event: https://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/cec460b235a54c72807d043de71cc1a81d Once you have dragged for your course should appear.

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Y WEST? EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2019 202 0 5 Monday, January 27 The FBI, Jews, and Muslims: A History of Suspicion A talk by Steven Weitzman (University of Pennsylvania) Co sponsored event 5:30 pm, Judaica Suite Check Out Some of O ur M ost R ecent Acquisitions: 1. The Art of Time: Levinas, Ethics, and the Contemporary Peninsular Novel . 2. La barrera del sonido 3. Le bal des folles 4. Tiempo de tormentas 5. The Cambridge History of French Thought 6. Das 20. Jahrhundert : Sprachgeschichte Zeitgeschichte 7. Gunpowder, masculinity, and warfare in German texts, 1400 1700 8. Architecture and the novel under the Italian fascist regime 9. Both Muslim and European : diasporic and migrant iden tities of Bosniaks 10. Let There B e Enlightenment : The Religious and Mystical Sources of R ationality