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A list of terms, subjects, or people extracted from journal articles, books, etc and giving information to locate those terms in the indexed volumes.
To be information literate, an individual must recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate and use the information needed effectively. Ultimately the information literate people are those who have learned how to learn. They know how to learn because they know how information is organized, how to find information, and how to use information in such a way that others can learn from them. (American Library Association, 1989)
UWS students and staff may place a request on an item via the Library Catalogue if it is available at another campus or on loan. If the item is on the shelf at another campus it will take 2 working days to be sent to the library of your choice to collect. If the item is on loan and you have placed a request on it, you will be in a queue to have the item when it is returned.
See Document Delivery
The vast network of computers that are linked together via telecommunications, allowing worldwide access to the information, databases, electronic mail and other electronic and digitized services that are available on each of the networks. Much of the library's information is accessed via the Internet, but is stored on databases that the library has paid a subscription to, and therefore can only be accessed by UWS students and staff.
The number used to identify a particular copy of a journal. For example, volume 27, issue 1 is the spring issue of the Computer Music Journal.