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  1. KEISER UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL FACULTY LIBRARY HELP GUIDE A Q&A TUTORIAL TO ACCESS LIBRARY RESOURCES

  2. What library resources are available to Keiser University Graduate School Faculty? • Approximately 103,000 print volumes available within our community of campuses. • 54 + online English and Spanish language research databases. • 20+ library tutorials and tip sheets available for downloading from our library main page.

  3. Where do I direct students for help with research? • Direct them to the following URL: • http://kesu-verso.auto-graphics.com • Their USER ID will be their student number and their PASSWORD will be the last 4 digits of their social security number. • Once inside the library main page, they should scroll down to the blue box for the heading LIBRARY ORIENTATION & INFORMATION LITERACYRESOURCES and select How to use the Library Website or the Catalog tutorial Power-Point Presentation

  4. What if a student requests library assistance from faculty? • Faculty may access the library main page via the same URL: • http://kesu-verso.auto-graphics.com • Their USER ID will be their first name followed by the last 4 digits of their social security number. The PASSWORD is their last name. • Under the heading LIBRARY ORIENTATION & INFORMATION LITERACYRESOURCES faculty may select How to use the Library Website and the Catalog tutorial Power-Point Presentation or any of the other tutorial Power Point documents. • Faculty may save these Power Point documents to their computers by following these easy steps:

  5. How to save library orientation Power Point tutorials for future forwarding to students via e-mail: • Step 1: Click on desired tutorial link on library main page: • Example: How to use the Library Website & Catalog tutorial Power-Point Presentation • Step 2: You will be prompted with a choice to open or save the file. • Step 3: Click SAVE and it will automatically offer the document to be saved onto your desktop or a file folder of your choice. • Step 4: Now you can e-mail students requesting assistance any of the orientation guides you have saved to your computer by copy and pasting the saved tutorial into an e-mail or by including the tutorial as an attachment to an e-mail.

  6. WHAT IF MY STUDENT NEEDS ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE? • If students are unable to log in to the main library webpage or encounter difficulty following the orientation tutorials, instructors should advise them to make an appointment to consult with a librarian via telephone for guidance at any of the following Library Registration Assistance locations :

  7. Keiser University Library Registration Assistance locations • Fort Lauderdale Campus (954) 776-4456 • Jacksonville Campus (904) 296-3440 • Orlando Campus (407) 273-5800 • Tallahassee Campus (850) 906-9494 • Tampa Campus (813) 885-4900 • West Palm Beach Campus (561) 471-6000

  8. How do I suggest/recommend titles for the library collection? • It is easy to make suggestions and recommendations for library materials by going to the Student & Instructor Resources heading (located in the blue box on the library webpage.) Click on the link : Click Here To Suggest Materials for Library Purchase • Please fill in the form completely and then click the <SUBMIT > button.

  9. What should I do in the event a database or other online resource is inaccessible by my student(s)? • Occasionally, servers may be down or being updated, students should alert their instructor of any problems they encounter with connecting to electronic library resources. • Instructors should send an e-mail explaining the problem as much as possible to: ben@keiseruniveristy.edu