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Add LibGuides Content to Moodle
 
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This tutorial was created to demonstrate how to add LibGuides to a Moodle course using LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability). Transcript: 0:00 1) Turn on editing in Moodle. 0:04 2) To add a LibGuide, select “Add an activity or resource.” 0:08 3) Select and add an “External tool.” 0:14 4) Add an “Activity name.” 0:19.5 5) Paste the URL https://randolph.libapps.com/libapps/lti_launch_manual.php in the “Launch URL” box. 0:24 6) Look for the message “Using tool configuration: LibApps.” 0:26.5 7) Select “Save and return to course.” 0:31 8) Select the link to see a menu titled “LibApps Library Content Selection.” 0:35 9) In the “LibGuides Site” drop-down menu, select “LibGuides – libguides.randolph.edu.” 0:38.5 10) In the “Content Type” drop-down menu, select “Full LibGuide.” 0:43 11) In the “Guide” drop-down menu, select the guide to be added. 0:50 12) In the “Guide Page” drop-down menu, select the landing page. This is optional. 0:54 13) Select “Embed Content.” 1:08 14) Select the link. 1:11.5 15) A message will display only seen by editors. 1:14.5 16) Select “View Content” to see the LibGuide. 1:23.5 1) To add a page from a LibGuide, select “Add an activity or resource.” 1:27.5 2) Select and add an “External tool.” 1:33.5 3) Add an “Activity name.” 1:38 4) Paste the URL https://randolph.libapps.com/libapps/lti_launch_manual.php in the “Launch URL” box. Look for the message “Using tool configuration: LibApps.” 1:43.5 5) Select “Save and return to course.” 1:50 6) Select the link to see a menu titled “LibApps Library Content Selection.” 1:53 7) In the “LibGuides Site” drop-down menu, select “LibGuides – libguides.randolph.edu.” 1:56.5 8) In the “Content Type” drop-down menu, select “Single Page.” 2:00 9) In the “Guide” drop-down menu, select the guide the page will be added from. 2:06 10) In the “Guide Page” drop-down menu, select the title of the page to be added. 2:10.5 11) Select “Embed Content.” 2:21 12) Select the link. A message will display only seen by editors. 2:25 13) Select “View Content” to see the page. 2:32 1) To add a content box from a LibGuide, select “Add an activity or resource.” 2:36 2) Select and add an “External tool.” 2:41 3) Add an “Activity name.” 2:45.5 4) Paste the URL https://randolph.libapps.com/libapps/lti_launch_manual.php in the “Launch URL” box. Look for the message “Using tool configuration: LibApps.” 2:51.5 5) Select “Save and return to course.” 2:54 6) Select the link to see a menu titled “LibApps Library Content Selection.” 2:59.5 7) In the “LibGuides Site” drop-down menu, select “LibGuides – libguides.randolph.edu.” 3:03 8) In the “Content Type” drop-down menu, select “Content Box.” 3:06.5 9) In the “Guide” drop-down menu, select the guide the box will be added from. 3:12.5 10) In the “Guide Page” drop-down menu, select the title of the page where the box is located. 3:16.5 11) In the “Box” drop-down menu, select the title of the box to be added. 3:20.5 12) Select “Embed Content.” 3:35 13) Select the link. A message will display only seen by editors. 3:38 14) Select “View Content” to see the box. 3:44 1) To add a database link, select “Add an activity or resource.” 3:47.5 2) Select and add an “External tool.” 3:52 3) Add an “Activity name.” 3:58.5 4) Paste the URL https://randolph.libapps.com/libapps/lti_launch_manual.php in the “Launch URL” box. Look for the message “Using tool configuration: LibApps.” 4:03.5 5) Select “Save and return to course.” 4:07 6) Select the link to see a menu titled “LibApps Library Content Selection.” 4:11.5 7) In the “LibGuides Site” drop-down menu, select “LibGuides – libguides.randolph.edu.” 4:15 8) In the “Content Type” drop-down menu, select “Specific A-Z Database.” 4:20.5 9) In the “Database” drop-down menu, select the database title. 4:24.5 10) Select “Embed Content.” 4:28.5 11) Select the link. A message will display only seen by editors. 4:32 12) Select “View Content” to see the LibGuide. 4:49.5 1) To edit content, select the content to be edited. A message will display only seen by editors. 4:54.5 2) Select “Edit Selection.” 4:56.5 3) A message will display stating the page will need to be refreshed. 5:00.5 4) After the page has been refreshed, the “LibApps Library Content Selection” menu will display. 5:03.5 5) Use the menu to add new content. 5:36 1) Add a description by selecting “Edit” the “Edit settings.” 5:41.5 2) Select “Show more.” 5:44.5 3) Add a description in the text box titled “Activity description.” 6:24.5 4) Select “Display description on course page.” 6:28.5 5) Select “Save and return to course.”
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Research 101 - Searching for Articles
 
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For RCC Library's Moodle course.
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View eBooks
 
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View an eBook in NCLive's Home Grown eBook collection.
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Quick add LibGuides to Moodle
 
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This tutorial was created to demonstrate how to add LibGuides to a Moodle course using LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability). Transcript: 0:00 1) Locate a LibGuide to add to Moodle. 0:13 2) Locate the guide’s URL at the bottom of the guide and copy it. 0:24.5 3) Turn on editing in Moodle. 0:31 4) Add an “Activity or resource.” 0:36.5 5) Select and add an “External tool.” 0:45 6) Add an “Activity name.” 0:52 7) Paste the LibGuide’s URL in the “Launch URL” box. 0:56.5 8) Look for the message “Using tool configuration: LibGuides.” 1:00 9) Select “Save and return to course.” 1:06.5 10) View the LibGuide in Moodle!
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Find Citations
 
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Find Citations an eBook in NCLive's Home Grown eBook collection.
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LTI for FoD in Moodle using the File Picker
 
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This tutorial was created to demonstrate how to add Films on Demand videos to a Moodle course using LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability). Transcript: 0:01 1) Turn on editing in Moodle. 0:06.6 2) Select “Add an activity or resource.” 0:10.7 3) Select the type of activity or resource (example: Page). 0:17.5 4) Select “Add.” 0:22.2 5) A name must be supplied in the “Name” box. 0:32.3 6) A description is optional. 0:40.5 7) Select the “Media” icon in the Content box. 0:46.4 8) Select “Browse repositories” to view the File Picker interface. 0:51 9) Select the “Films on Demand” icon on the left side menu. 0:55 10) Enter a keyword or phrase in the box and select search for a list of results. 0:58.5 11) Select “Embed” to the right of the video title. 1:04.0 12) Select “Select this file.” 1:07.5 13) Select “Insert media.” 1:12.5 14) Select “Save and return to course.” 1:17.5 15) Select “Turn editing off” 1:24 16) Select video title to view.
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Search & Advanced Search
 
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Search and advanced search in NCLive's Home Grown eBook collection.
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Browse the Collection
 
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Two ways to browse in NCLive's Home Grown eBook collection.
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User Profile & Mobile Apps
 
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How to create a profile and where to download apps for NCLive's Home Grown eBook collection.
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Searching for Articles: Video Tutorial
 
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This video was created for the Moodle course Research 101 by RCC Library. Transcript: 0:00 To find library databases, 0:01.8 select LibGuides from the side menu of the library homepage. 0:05.1 Select the A-Z Database List on the right side menu. 0:09 There are multiple ways to search the A-Z Database List. 0:12.1 The drop down boxes organize databases by 0:16.1 subjects, types, and vendors. 0:22 The search box can be used to search keywords. 0:26 The A-Z list will show all databases titles starting with 0:29 the selected letter. 0:32 ProQuest Central is a general database 0:36.1 and a good place to start research. 0:42 Most databases will have options for full text and 0:45.5 peer reviewed results. 0:48 Type keywords or phrases in the search bar. 0:54 There are multiple ways to narrow your results. 1:01 Add more keywords to the search with 1:11 Boolean search terms AND, OR, and NOT. 1:20 Narrow your results further with the tools provided. 1:30 Select the source type that best fits the research. 1:36 Exclude sources types that aren’t needed. 1:53 With most research, it is a good idea to look at materials 1:58.5 published within the last 5 years. 2:15 Continue to narrow the search results by 2:20.5 including and excluding document types. 2:37 Add more subject terms for more accurate results. 2:59 Continue to narrow down the results until there is a manageable number to view. 3:05 To read an article, click on the title. 3:12 Most databases will supply an abstract or overview of the article, 3:16.6 as well as full text. 3:28 Databases often have citation options with multiple styles available. 3:37 Always double check any automatic citations against examples from the Citing Sources LibGuide. 3:42.5 When printing, look for an option to include citations. 3:55 Email options should also have citations available. 4:04 Fill in the blanks to send an article in an email. 4:22 If you need help, don’t hesitate to ask!
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