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Presentations: Resources & Handouts

Information about library training sessions.

Copyright & Fair Use

copyrightCopyright Essentials @ Duquesne

A fundamental understanding of copyright is essential for both teaching and research. This 60 minute presentation will introduce Duquesne’s copyright policy and fair use guidelines. The presentation will also provide practical tips for posting course reserves material and for obtaining material for teaching and scholarship, including an analysis of the recent Georgia State e-reserves case.

Copyright for Instructors: Opportunities & Considerations

Basic understanding of copyright is essential for both online and classroom instructors. This 75 minute workshop will introduce Duquesne’s copyright policy and fair use guidelines.


Visit Gumberg Library's Copyright & Fair Use LibGuide to access valuable resources on copyright, fair use, the public domain, and much more. If you still have questions after visiting the policy and guide, please contact:

Dr. Alexandra Gregory
412.396.4525
314 Administration Building
gregorya@duq.edu

Gumberg for Graduate Students

Grad Student and Professor

Graduate students are invited to learn what services and resources your library has to offer in one of these 60 minute orientation sessions.


Included on the Graduate Student Services LibGuide are resources on research support, training workshops, borrowing from Gumberg and other libraries, study support, and additional Duquesne services and centers.

Documenting the Impact of Your Scholarship

Documenting the Impact of Your Scholarship

The workshop's goal is to help faculty members applying for promotion and tenure to make the case for excellence in scholarship by using tools such as citation analysis, journal metrics, and other methods. Newer faculty who are just starting to publish can also benefit by using these tools to develop effective publishing strategies. Following the presentation, participants will have hands-on opportunities to use the tools and begin documenting the impact of their own scholarship. The workshop will conclude with a faculty-led discussion about using scholarship data in the promotion and tenure process.


Access the Resources for Documenting the Impact of Your Scholarship LibGuide for details and resources for the workshop.

Attached is a PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation presented in May, 2013.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar

Google Scholar

This session will focus on how to use Google Scholar as a supplement to library research through a demonstration of advanced search features. Participants will learn how to make their searching more precise and how to set up access to Duquesne’s resources through Google Scholar at home. We will also discuss some advantages and disadvantages of using Google Scholar for academic research.


Access the Google Scholar LibGuide on tips, pros & cons, and guides to using Google's powerful database.