Introduction to LION – Literature Online

hello and welcome to this presentation my name is Beorn raphson customer trainer for ProQuest's so this is first session in a series of five sessions showing all parts of the ProQuest database literature online so this is the introduction session so I'm going to start with just introducing the database what is ProQuest literature online so on online resource for the study and teaching of literature in English and it combines a text of more than three hundred fifty five thousand visitor works plus a vast library of key criticism and reference resources that help to keeps up to date on the latest research on other aspects of literary and not forgetting linguistic study M to get to know this database I can recommend that you start under the About tab we can get more details you can read about what is new in the database how is it developing what has been added and you can click complete contents you can browse and there are links to each a part of of the database so this is what I'm going to showing you more in detail there during the coming coming sessions if you happen to be a librarian and also an administrator of this database I can recommend that you have a look at the administrator area where can log-in you can get useless statistics you can add branding you can also activate cross linking and cross searching to other databases and how can I get help using litres online I can recommend the help section of all deep guide which looks like this we can get explanations and screenshots of every part of the database the libguide any other help please don't hesitate to contact us what am i subscribe to is what is your institution subscribe to so there is a core collection but then your institution might have added a upper collections so you can click on the subscription information page and this is my demo account so I have got the core collection plus four other collections that you can add and you can read more details about there those contain and how to connect literal line from home so please do contact your librarian and if your librarian and need help with remote access please contact our support team what is included in literature lie and why so we have an editorial policy for each part of the database so authors text with this is my reference so read more details about which authors and text and so on or added and and why and how are they selected and we do have an advisor board an editorial team that helps us select and evaluate and index all the items in the database what other scholarly resources can I search in later to your line so this is what I mentioned briefly that you can depending on what your institution subscribes to you then you can connect to other databases so early English books online JSTOR project Muse so this is what I mentioned when explaining the administrator area so so please ask your librarian about this how can liters online support my study so again to recommend the search tips so this explains for instance how you find treatises Monas specific text find resources on a specific author and so on and I'm going to show you some examples of doing this during the comment sessions how the site aches from literature online so this is also something I'm gonna show during the coming sessions Gide and how can I use literature line in my teaching and research please do read the Kate interesting case studies and testimonials there sample searches and again how to cite texts am I allowed to print out material or post links from users online so for details please read the terms and conditions but you are allowed to print material and use it within your your institution that is subscribing to the database okay let's click the Home tab so this is the very first page that you meet when you you log into literature online and you have got the four porta mentions or Thoris texts criticism reference you have the same part below with images so that's something I'm going to show you more in detail the coming sessions below we have just highlighting a poem what's new again and a highlight and author and below again your subscription so what is your sub your institution subscribing to so let me start with using this search form this very basic search form searching everything in one go to get an overview of what's available in the database so let's start with searching for a phrase let's start with searching for just as an example lost generation which was a movement you could call it which included Hemingway and other famous authors so let's do a search and this wizard list will show you em what is available in the database divided in these four parts so that's authors there's different types of text this criticism first reference so let's start with the authors so there's Otto names that's even more so this not only the first five this little icon indicates that there are texts available so here's the older record which I will explain more in detail during next session if it could be photo this is the basic information about the author so indeed part of the Lost Generation and you can see the author page as a starting page for for all other resources about this author by or about this author in the database next step poetry which could could be by an author from The Lost Generation or it could add mention The Lost Generation so there's a link to the other page but then this link will take you to the the poem in this case they're a drama in the same way again linked to the auto page again indeed part of the Lost Generation then this link will take you to their text next step in a same way pros another famous author from The Lost Generation and here you get again this is full text from the Penguin Classics you recognize the icon I'm sure that's the whole text little works in journals in full-text both in HTML and PDF mentioning the the lost generation thus the text so again this is something I'm going to show you more in detail the calming session I'm going to skip this part just for now let's see next sport criticism a bell is the annual bibliography of English language and literature so there might be records in a full text and sometimes just citations that depends and then depending on your subscription there might also be records from MLA the Modern Language Association so here's an example of those records and then finally reference works so from different dictionaries and so on like this one for instance every sport there's even more results so this is just the top of the list so again this is something I'm going to show you more in detail at the next session I'm just going to give you one more example so let's say you're looking for a play called Faustus by an author called Marlowe so you can write like this if you just have a space in between the words it will say and automatically but you can't can write and as well if you would like to do so that's up to you it's the same thing okay I'm just going to browse down to the part I skipped in my formal search just show you depending on the subscriptions that you have available at your institution it could be please ask your librarian that you have access to the database early English books online and that database contains scanned original books from for instance the era of this author from as you can see and are links and those will take you to em scanned book the play doctor faustus by Christopher Marlowe so scan pages from the original book so just an example of a cross search that you can enable in the database finally for this session I'm just going to show you my archive this is a personal account that you can easily create yourselves create it just add a username password of your choice your email address if you wish to receive author alerts so I'm just going to log into my account this and this is something I'm going to show you more about during the next session but you can then save citations so that's a criticism record I've saved and you can save searches so in this case I did a search on quick search so that's my saved search and I can run it again I can add a note I can delete it I can also register for author alerts so that was the purpose of adding my email address so that means whenever I can then select authors and add authors to this list so whenever there are new items by or about this author added to the database you will get a mail to to update you about this and then finally you can just modify your profile your passwords and so on you okay so I hope this gave you a first introduction to the database ProQuest liturgy online so that is all for this introduction and please join the next four sessions where I will show more details of the four main parts of the database so thank you very much and bye for now

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