Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Seminar Kebangsaan Sumber Elektronik Di Malaysia


arrow Staf PTAR yang akan menghadiri Seminar ini :-
1) Pn. Noormala Maarof
2) Pn. Asmah Maarof
3) Pn. Hani Liza Norfin
4) Pn. Nurul Diana Jasni
5) En. Bahroni Moojee

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Web of Knowledge: Create Your ResearcherID - User Tips Final 2010

Thomson Reuters

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Dear readers, in issue 2, we spoke about Exporting your results into Endnote. We've got a number of Endnote webinars to get you started, so be sure to check our Training page and sign up.

This will be our last issue for the year 2010. From our team here, we want to wish you a Happy Holidays and a Happier New 2011!

Lim Khee Hiang, Ph.D.
Principal Consultant
Need more info? Email me at kheehiang.lim@thomsonreuters.com

Q: What is ResearcherID? How do I promote my publication profile for expanding collaboration opportunities?

Example: After publishing research findings, user can create a free ResearcherID account easily via Web of Knowledge platform and start promoting their publications to expand citation networks and explore new collaboration opportunities. Here are the steps to follow:

Step 1
Please go to Web of Knowledge platform (http://isiknowledge.com), and select “My ResearcherID

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Step 2
Please sign in Web of Knowledge platform using registered Email Address and Password (For first time user, please register with Web of Knowledge platform to get a free ResearcherID account)

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Step 3
Complete the registration process by providing all required information (first time user only).

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Step 4
To add publications into your ReseacherID account, go to “My Publications” and click on “Add”

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Step 5
Start adding your publications from Web of Science or bibliography software

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Step 6
Share your unique ResearcherID with peers and understand your citation performance for new networking possibilities and collaboration opportunities

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Try it now - log on to Web of Science.


Asia is fast catching up with US science - read Economist & UNESCO Science Report 2010.

Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) is now in Web of Science. Understand our selection process.


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Monday, December 13, 2010

Gangguan Laman Web Perpustakaan http://library.uitm.edu.my


Adalah dengan ini dimaklumkan bahawa hari ini terdapat gangguan terhadap laman web perpustakaan.

1) Kepada pengguna laman web Perpustakaan UiTM ( dalaman/intranet ) boleh melayari laman web sementara di url

2) Akses ke Online databases PTAR Klik

3) Bagi pengguna internet (dari luar UiTM) pihak kami sedang berusaha dangan Unit Rangkaian PSMB untuk mengaktifkan semula url sediaada. Segala kesulitan amatlah dikesali

Sekian Harap maklum,

Ahmad Faizar Jaafar
Pustakawan ( Unit e-Komponen & Web) ,Jabatan Pengurusan Sistem & Teknologi Maklumat, PTAR
Universiti Teknologi MARA, 40450 Shah Alam, Selangor. Malaysia
Tel: 603-55443731 Fax: 603-55443730

Monday, December 6, 2010

Participate in EBSCOhost database Online Training Session

Dear Librarian and Information Professional,

We at EBSCO Publishing are very much aware of the requirement to keep up-to-date with resources available in your library and ensure your patrons take full advantage of the database content. To assist with this, we are offering a series of Online Training Sessions scheduled for 9th, 13th, and 15th December – registration details follow below.

Nicola Giles, our Implementation Specialist, will be hosting the sessions which will run for an hour each. Two sessions will be on the EBSCOhost Platform (with the second session being a repeat of the first); and one session on marketing/promoting your Library databases.

EBSCOhost training will cover platform features and functionality – and include information on recent enhancements that were made to EBSCOhost.

In addition, you will have the chance to see what new features we are hoping to make available soon!

The ‘Best Practice’ marketing session provides hints and tips on how to promote your library’s electronic resources so that you optimise your return on investment!

All training sessions will provide the opportunity for you to provide feedback and suggestions.

We hope you, your colleagues and faculty can participate in one or more of the sessions!

Best wishes,

EBSCO Publishing

P.S. Unable to participate in this series of training sessions? We offer online training sessions covering a variety of resources and topics each month. The latest training newsletter is attached and you can also sign up to this at: http://support.ebsco.com/training/ANZSignup.php Feel free to participate in any of the sessions of interest or contact us to setup a specialized online training session.