LibraryFor lecturers and PhDs

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The library organizes training sessions for building students' information literacy skills. Sessions are open to students, lecturers and PhDs of the New Bulgarian University in a preferred time every weekday.
For further information: Tanya Stoyanova, tel: 02/8110491, ext. 11912 or email tstoyanova@nbu.bg.

  • Browsing electronic resources by professional field
  • Participants will learn the specifics of subscribed databases in a desired professional field.

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  • Bulgarian articles in subscribed databases
  • Participants will learn how to find bulgarian articles in:

    • Central and Eastern European Library (CEEOL),
    • Leisure and Tourism.

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  • Citation standards
  • Participants will learn about:

    • basic bibliographic standards,
    • information products that help researchers in the process of citation.

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  • Depositing materials in the NBU Scholar Electronic Repository
  • Participants will learn how to:

    • sign up to build a researcher NBU SER account with personalized and customized features,
    • submit diverse content, e.g. dissertations and habilitated works, pictures, photos, exhibitions, music pieces and other creative artefacts,
    • raise visibility of research and creativity through NBU SER,
    • accelerate the citation impact,
    • facilitate accreditation of programs,
    • use a secure server at the university to store data at.

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  • E-books and e-journals for mobile devices
  • Participants will learn how to use the subscribed electronic resources on tablets, smartphones and e-readers when off-campus.

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  • Federated search of library collections
  • Participants will learn how to:

    • simultaneously search within multiple searchable resources through EBSCO Discovery Service,
    • use a variety of e-books and e-magazines on their topic.

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  • Full-text materials in the library catalogue
  • Participants will learn how to find:

    • books from "Google Books",
    • materials from the library digital collections,
    • theses and dissertations.

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  • Informational resources to write a dissertation
  • Participants will learn how to:

    • find materials on their topic in the library,
    • find online dissertations,
    • search in collections of e-books and e-magazines,
    • receive bibliographic reference list of literature in a field they are interested in ("Bibliographic Reference" Service),
    • use materials from other libraries through "Delivery of items" Service,
    • format a bibliography of works according to preferred bibliographic standard.

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  • Methods of citation analysis
  • Participants will learn how to:

    • do citation analysis through Scopus and Web of Science,
    • use a list of publications in the NBU Scholar Electronic Repository for citation tracking.

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  • Online request for library services
  • Participants will learn how to use the electronic services on both desktop and mobile devices:

    • Bibliographic reference
    • Bibliographical formatting
    • Citation analysis
    • Delivery of items
    • Journal e-mail alerting service
    • Collection development
    • Citation indexing and reference academic journals
    • Exchange of scientific journals
    • Actualization of course bibliography
    • Ask a librarian

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