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学習相談/Learning Consultation/学习咨询 via Zoom

新型コロナウィルス感染症への対策で中央図書館のサポートデスクは休止していますので、学習相談の機会を設けました(予約制)。Zoomを使ってご自宅などから相談できますので、ぜひご利用ください。

Since the Support Desk in Central Library is closed due to the prevention of COVID-19, now we are reopening the service of Learning Consultation via ZOOM (reservation required).  Please enjoy it.

 

対象者 / Target:名古屋大学の学部生・大学院生 / All undergraduate and graduate students of Nagoya University

対応 / Consultor:大学院生サポートスタッフ / Student Support Staffs

実施期間 / Period: from 2020/07/09(Wed)  (Application start from 07/06)

相談できる内容 / Contents that can be consulted

・レポートの書き方 / Academic writing

・本や論文の探し方・調べ方 / Document retrieval

・語学学習  など / Language learning, etc.

※ 以下のようなご相談は受付できません / The following consultations will not be accepted

・医療相談・法律相談等 / Medical consultation, legal consultation, etc.

・課題の解答そのもの / Answer to the task or assignment itself.

・役所等へ提出する書類の書き方 / Documents to be submitted to the public office

・論文・レポートの添削 / Grammar check for papers and reports

・その他不適当と認められるご相談 / Other consultations that are deemed inappropriate

使用ソフトウェア / Software:Zoom

詳細 / More information:Learning commons homepage (日本語 / English)

お問合せ / contact:

附属図書館 情報サービス課 情報リテラシー係 / Information Literacy Section of Nagoya University Library

 e-mail : sanko[]nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp    *[]を@に変えてください / please change [] to @

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How to Write an Academic Report on NUCT

We provide the materials of “How to Write an Academic Report”, in which our support staff introduce the fundamental knowledge of academic writing and share the writing techniques to help students who need to write academic reports.
We hope the materials will be helpful.

  • For : All students of Nagoya University

    ※ NAGOYA UNIVERSITY ID and PASSWORD are required.

  • Instructor : Student support staff [ Med, M2 ]
  • The access to the materials : NUCT  ※ Search word:Academic Report
  • Language : English

 

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How to Make an Academic Presentation (Self-Teaching Materials)

We provide the materials for “How to make an academic presentation”, in which our support staffs will share basic skills in making academic presentations. We hope the materials will be helpful.

 

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各种讲座学术论文的查找方法 (自学资料)

“学术论文的查找方法”线上資料主要针对留学生,特别是对新入学留学生在查找外文文献中常见的问题进行解答。
你可以学习到如何查找学术论文以及如何更加有效利用网络资源(网络杂志和数据库等)。

 

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How to Search for Scholarly Articles (Self-Teaching Materials) (in English)

You can learn how to search for scholarly articles and use E-resources (including E-journals, databases) efficiently though the self-teaching materials.

The self-teaching materials can be downloaded on this page.

 

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自主学習『如何使用电子书籍』学外利用的使用方法

通过图书馆网站,在校外也可以免费阅读名古屋大学购买中的电子书籍(流量费需用户自行承担)这本小册子将向您展示如何在校外使用校内的电子资源。

#自主学習,#電子書籍活用法

(中文支援员:環境学 D3)

大学图书馆不仅有纸质书籍,而且还有可以在线阅读的书籍,杂志(文章),报纸等。并且根据与提供商的合同条款可以使用各种方法在多种条件下使用该资源。 只要满足相关条件,您就可以使用该服务而无需支付额外信费(除通讯费)。

本手册介绍了如何在校外使用终端(PC /平板电脑/智能手机)阅读名古屋大学图书馆的电子书籍(不包含论文和报纸搜索)。

在有限范或条件下,一些籍可以打印并且可以保存数据。 如果是支持全文搜索的书,则可以从文本中全面提取使用指定单词(例如,术语或人的名字)。

校外使用时必须通过「 学外からの電子リソース利用 」界面,从总览处选择希望使用的服务,使用名大ID和密码登录后进行搜索

通过名大图书馆网站来阅读电子书籍有两种方式,①在名大OPAC进行搜索②通过图书馆网站进入电子数据库进行搜索。

① 用OPAC搜索

→搜索结果界面会同时显示纸质和电子书籍信息,但无法独立显示电子书籍信息。因此,此方法虽然适用于搜索指定电子书籍的馆藏情况,但在进行关键词搜索时会有些许不便。但是,信息源不明确或无法确定合适的电子数据库时,仅能从OPAC进行查找。

  • 在OPAC输入目标书名进行搜索,「图书杂志搜索结果一览」中进行选择。
  • 点击图书杂志情报页面的「正文链接」或「链接(电子数据库名)」,跳转至相应网站进行阅读。
  • 用电子数据库搜索

→搜索结果界面可以选择仅表示电子书籍。需要查找的电子书籍信息明确时更推荐使用此方法进行搜索。但是,因无法同时在多个数据库中进行搜索,开始搜索前的数据库选择可能会比较困难。

  • 【Maruzen eBook Library的情况】

点击「閲覧」可以阅读正文

阅览后记得点击「閲覧終了」

*校外利用时需要登出CAS。

  • 【eBooks on EBSCOhost的情况】

点击「 PDF 全文」可以阅读正文

阅览后记得点击「閲覧終了」

*校外利用时需要登出CAS。

✓ 学外からの電子リソース利用・スタートページ ⇒

https://www.nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp/db/DBannai/ezproxy/index.html

✓ 院生支援员在图书馆的学习共享网站上介绍推荐的电子书。

https://lc.nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp/

✓我们的Twitter将发布有关自学支持的文章。

#自主学習, #電子書籍活用法

@NagoyaUnivLibSD

https://twitter.com/NagoyaUnivLibSD

『如何使用电子书籍』学外利用的使用方法 小册子

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Self-study “How to use E-books” When you are outside campus

Via the library’s website, you can use e-books which Nagoya University has institutional contracts for, both inside and outside the campus, without any extra fees (except communication charges).  This brochure will show you how to use electronic resources when outside campus.

#self-study, #How2UseEBooks

[English staff:Med M2 ]

The university library does not only have collections of paper books but also electronic resources including books, magazines (articles), newspapers, etc which are accessible online, and they can be used in various environments and methods according to the contract with the provider. Materials can be used for free (except communication fee) within the range of conditions.

Some books can be printed and the data can be saved within a limited range of conditions. In the case of a book that supports full-text search, you can comprehensively extract a specified word (for example, a term or person’s name) from the text.

For using outside the campus, it is necessary to go through “electronic resources using from outside campus”. Select the desired search service from the list, log in with your Nagoya University ID and Password.

There are two ways to find an e-book.

① Search in Nagoya University OPAC (similar to finding a paper book).

 → E-books are listed in the search results.

  • Search for the targeting e-book’s name in OPAC and select it from the “Bibliography Search Result List”.
  • Search for the targeting e-book’s name in OPAC and select it from the “Bibliography Search Result List”.

② Search in the database.

 → Select a database from the list that stratified by provider then search. 

  Search scope is limited to a specific database.

  • “Maruzen eBook Library”

   Select the “Browse” button to read the text.

   After use, please click the “end browsing” button.

   * If you are outside campus, you must log out of CAS.

  • “eBooks on EBSCOhost”

   Select “PDF full text” to read the text.

   After using, please “end browsing”.

   * If you are outside campus, you must log out of CAS.

✓ Remote Access : Off Campus Web Services Start Page ⇒

  https://www.nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp/db/DBannai/ezproxy/index_e.html

  The graduate student staffs introduces recommended e-books on the   University Library Learning Commons website.

  https://lc.nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp/

✓ The support desk Twitter will post an article on self-study support.

  #self-study, #How2UseEBooks

  @NagoyaUnivLibSD

  https://twitter.com/NagoyaUnivLibSD

Self-study “How to use E-books” When you are outside campus Brochure

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自主学習『来阅读电子书籍吧』研究计划书作成参考书

#电子书,#研究计划书作成

(选书・讲解:中文支援员:人文 M2)

通过图书馆网站,在校外也可以免费阅读名古屋大学购买中的电子书籍(流量费需用户自行承担)。

试试阅读吧!精研究作成参考3册推荐!

  • 児島将康 編著『科研費獲得の方法とコツ 実例とポイントでわかる申請書の書き方と応募戦略』 改訂第6版
  • Wallwork, Adrian,”English for Writing Research Papers”
  • 科研方法与规范, 中文版, 北京大学出版社

*以上书目均可通过名古屋大学OPAC搜索阅读电子版。

名大图书馆网站阅览电籍的方法

通过名大图书馆网站来阅读电子书籍有两种方式,①在名大OPAC进行搜索②通过图书馆网站点击进入电子数据库进行搜索。

 ①用OPAC搜索

搜索结果界面会同时显示纸质和电子书籍情报,但无法独立显示电子书籍的情报。因此,此方法虽然适用于搜索指定电子书籍的馆藏情况,但在进行关键词搜索时会有些许不便。但是,提供元不明确或无法确定合适的电子数据库时,仅能从OPAC进行查找。

 ②用数据搜索

搜索结果界面可以选择仅表示电子书籍。需要查找的电子书籍信息明确时更推荐使用此方法进行搜索。但是,因无法同时在多个数据库中进行搜索,开始搜索前的数据库选择可能会比较困难。

 电籍的使用

部分图书可以在线进行全文阅读。直接通过网络进行搜索,点击发现全文阅读需要付费时,可以通过图书馆网站进行搜索,如该资源属于名大购买范围内,则可直接进行阅读。

校内进行电子书籍阅览时的两种方法,①在OPAC进行搜索,②「电子资源」中点击「电子书籍」选择所希望的数据库进行搜索。

校外使用时必须通过「校外电子资源利用」界面,从总览处选择希望使用的服务,使用名大ID和密码登录后进行搜索。 

 

  • 资料指南:可前往中央图书馆领取。
  • 学外からの電子リソース利用・スタートページ ⇒

https://www.nul.nagoya-u.ac.jp/db/DBannai/ezproxy/index.html

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Self-study “Book Recommendations for speeding up your progress”

# Study skills, # Critical thinking, # Online learning resources

[ Selection・Explanation:English staff:Med M2 ]


Introduction

Without a proper way of doing it, self-study could be a difficult task. Procrastination, losing motivation, no progression…

Here, we have some book recommendations for anyone who plans to do self-learning but facing those problems. Useful online learning resources which are supported by Nagoya University Library are also included!

Let’s speed up the efficiency of self-study!

1. Getting things done: the art of stress-free productivity

Getting things done is the best book for you to get rid of the feelings of anxiety, confusion and being overwhelmed with work. A must read for lifetime results.

2. Study skills: a student survival guide

This easy-to-use guide on study skills is designed for PhD science students. It covers the skills you need to progress successfully through your academic life, such as time management, organization and communication skills. 

 3. Essential study skills: the complete guide to success at university

Packed with study tips and handy activities, this proven guide shows you step-by-step how to study effectively and make the best of your time. It covers study techniques, creative strategies, communication skills and other essential skills to help you get ahead.

4. Asking the right questions

This book can help you to form the most important and useful skill – critical thinking. When you encounter controversial opinions while doing self-study, what should you do and how should you think? The critical questions stressed in this book can enhance your growth of knowledge in general and helps you better discover the way the world is, how it could be better understood, and how we can make it a better world.

5. Useful online learning resources

Nagoya University Library has contracted with 12 databases which provide e-books for reference and 29 databases which provide e-books for read, available in English, Japanese and European language. Furthermore, it is very convenient since remote access services are available to any current members of Nagoya University. You can get access to these resources no matter when, and where!

Here, we introduce some of the most useful databases which cover a wide range of subjects with high quality contents.

 1. Oxford Scholarship Online

Oxford Scholarship Online offers access to thousands of academic works from the celebrated scholarly list of Oxford University Press, covering subjects across the humanities, social sciences, sciences, medicine, and law. It provides 16,000+ books, from 20 subject modules and 370+ subdisciplines, updates 12 times a year.

 

 2. Cambridge Books Online

Cambridge University Press publishes a wide range of research monographs, academic reference, textbooks, books for professionals, and large numbers of books aimed at graduate students. We publish more than 30,000 ebooks for the global market, with 1,500 new titles added on average each year alongside our print publications.

 3. Maruzen eBook Library

Maruzen eBook Library provides academic books mainly in Japanese. It covers subjects across the social sciences, sciences, medicine and life science. Language learning books for the TOEIC test and Japanese are also available.

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