Why create an original catalog record why you can copy elements from existing bib records and use shortcuts? Here's a tutorial of 3 websites I use to get call numbers and cutter numbers. NOTE: I'm not a cataloguer by trade, just a generalist librarian who has ample copy cataloging experience.
In Google's quest to take over the world, they have created a cloud-based PowerPoint alternative. Imagine never having to carry around a flash drive with your presentation, being able to seamlessly embed presentations on your website or LibGuide, and share presentations without the hassle of uploading/downloading. Perhaps you wanted to 'flip' your library instruction, but don't know how to deliver the lecture content easily to students or you need to share your library presentations with online classes. Using Google Presentations can help you do all of the above. This brief tutorial shows you how it's done:
Have you ever wanted to put your course reserves list online? Have you ever wanted to share changes to the reserves list with your co-workers in real time?
This is a really simple video explaining how to upload a course reserves list in Excel, how to convert the list from Excel to Google Sheets format, and link or embed this list on your library website or learning management system.
This is the HTML code you will need to embed a spreadsheet. Note: You can create a hyperlink so that your library users can view the spreadsheet online without having to embed it.
HTML IFRAME TAG (FOR EMBEDDING GOOGLE SHEETS OR ANY OTHER WEB LINK):
<iframe frameborder="0" src="INSERT HYPERLINK HERE" width="-----" height="-----"></iframe>
Be sure to specify a height & width in percentages (ie. "75%") or pixels ("400 px"). Just replace the dots between the quotation marks with either the no. of pixels or percent. Pixels is abbreviated as px in HTML code.
I'm Seth and I'm an Online Instruction Librarian at King Unversity. I love free technology, Thai food, strong coffee, and bad jokes.