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  1. Greetings from the Library! Phone 48 22 543 5390 48 22 543 5391 48 22 543 5392 Gadu Gadu nr. 2754819

  2. The library is open:Monday through Sunday 8:00 – 19:00 • What you’ll need to know: • No transactions without library card or electronic student ID • Please observe library regulations • Three books available for the period of 1 month • Late return fines are collected! • Sorry, no sets of books for the semester. Study your syllabi, look up your books and order • What you’ll find: • Open stacks Reading Room • Circulation Desk • Current newspapers and journals • Internet access • Databases • Scanner • Printing of search results • Reference, advise, training

  3. At the Library, please… • No food or drinks but bottled mineral water • No loud talking or telephone conversations • No coats, furs, umbrellas • No transactions without your card/id. • No book ordering without • a computer session • No reshelving of materials • picked up from open stacks… • Thank you for your understanding

  4. Please note! If you don’t return books on time • You can’t sleep for you know the others are waiting • Your account is blocked • Your have to pay your fee of PLN 1,00 per book per day … • …and you are free to continue borrowing, but… • If you repeat late returning, the Library may limit your borrowing rights

  5. Follow news and novelties

  6. What do we expect from libraries • Books(textbooks, monographs, legal acts, comments, dissertations etc.) • Papers from scholarly journals (article author & title, journal title, volume, year, number/issue, pages) • Newspaper contents: articles, comment, pictures etc. • Data (statistics, indicators, facts) • These all are texts. The Library is advising your how to acquire them, organize and use in your own work • The texts you are looking for may be found : • In your Library collections (printed and electronic) • In the collections of other libraries • Freely available on the Internet

  7. Don’t stop short of acquiring the real full-lenght text! • No matter if you will use an original or a copy, you need the real work with the real author, complete and unaltered • To identify this version of the text, you need bibliographic data • You will find bibliographic data of books, journals, newspapers etc. in the library catalogue, but it is only showing you where the full text is to be found – in the library print collections, in an electronic database, or on the Internet. • Request a full text with attached bibliographic data. Do not trust abstracts, notes, pieces, handwritten notes, photocopies without precise notes on contents • Don’t waste your time. When you are working, look what you are going to save. Organize your own archive so that you can safely cite your readings in your own paper • Do not limit yourself to the Internet resources. But never believe folks who are telling you that the Internet resources are not valid for quotation

  8. Potrzebujesz pełnego tekstu! • „Pełny tekst” to oryginał lub kopia (także elektroniczna) kompletnego, gotowego dzieła • Dla identyfikacji tekstu niezbędne są dane bibliograficzne • Katalog biblioteczny zawiera z reguły tylko dane bibliograficzne, odsyłające Cię do pełnego tekstu w zbiorach biblioteki, w bazie danych lub w Internecie • Szukaj pełnego tekstu z opisem bibliograficznym. Nie ufaj notatkom, fragmentom, nieopisanym kserokopiom, artykułom „powieszonym” na stronie WWW bez opisu. • Nie marnuj czasu. Patrz co zachowujesz, twórz archiwum, w pracach, które piszesz, powołuj się na swoje lektury • Nie ograniczaj się do Internetu. Ale i nie wierz, jak ktoś ci mówi, że teksty z Internetu się nie liczą.

  9. Internet resources do count! They are as good as the printed material, if you can prove their credibility! Бородич С.А.: Эконометрика [online], Учебное пособие, Минск: Новое знание, 2001, w: Электронная библиотека, Экономический факультет БГУ,Эконометрика.htm, access on 15.04.2009.

  10. Know what you are looking for!

  11. Use Google Books Pełny widok = Full view

  12. Use Google Scholar

  13. Internet is powerful What is this sign? If you don’t know, get a picture, then save it, then enter it as a pattern you are searching for in Google Images.

  14. Indian Rupee… Google Images can find you alike pictures, plus information about them!


  16. Your attention please • Students having electronic STUDENT CARD and using for placing order, please enter: • Card number: 02200 +Nr albumu • Password: day, month of your birthday and the first three letters from your family name • For instance: • 0220032079 • 1312świ • for Ms Świdzińska born on Dec. 13

  17. The System

  18. Ordering books in My account mode

  19. We are a smallschool… Sometimesyou will have to useOPACsotherthanours Dr. Elinor Ostrom, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 2009

  20. WorldCat: libraries of the world 3 1 2 If the item is in Poland

  21. Locate Open Access Electronic Resources

  22. Some day, you’ll have to use other libraries (1) National Library Warsaw Public Library

  23. Other libraries(2) University of Warsaw Library

  24. Use the other libraries (3) Warsaw School of Economics

  25. Electronic books within packages we subscribe to: • Ibuk • Legalis • LexOmega • LexPolonica Perfecta • Ebrary • EBSCOHost • SpringerLink

  26. Ebrary: thousands of books in English

  27. Get acquainted with digital libraries

  28. Open Access Journals

  29. From a paper found and retrieved ( to a correct citation (1)

  30. From a paper found and retrieved ( to a correct citation (2) D. H. Mazur: Military values in law, „Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy” [online] , Vol. 14, May 2007 : Gender, Sexuality and the Military, p. 977-1008, access:, Dec. 10, 2008.

  31. Konkurs biblioteczny semestru jesiennego • Podaj nazwisko laureata nagrody literackiej NIKE, 2012 r., i tytuł jego pracy • Wyszukaj artykuł wyjaśniające osiągnięcia laureata • Zacytuj artykuł prawidłowo • Złóż te dane ze swoim nazwiskiem do dn. 5 października • Najtrafniejsza odpowiedź będzie nagrodzona książką ufundowaną przez Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN

  32. Fall Semester Library Competition • Name the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner, 2012 • Locate a paper which describes her/his works, merit, impact etc. • List the name an the paper to us (you have to cite bibliographic data correctly) and submit it to us by November 30 • The best answer will be rewarded by a book funded by PWN Scientific Publishers

  33. Good luck!