Access Address: Course Materials
This service is planned to deliver the resources of the course to the students in the shortest time possible, whether online or in print. Prof. Dr. Suraiya Roschan Faroqhi, Dr. Hakkı Öcal, Prof. Dr. Halil Berktay, Prof. Dr. Ekrem Tatoğlu, Gökhan Gökçe and many more of our teachers are giving their lesson menus to our students with this service. What you need to do is simply specify the Resources you are using in the Course Code, Course Name and the relevant course framework.
Course Materials (text books, articles, book chapters etc.), faculty expect their students to use are purchased in multiple copies depending on the number of students in a course and expected usage every semester. These materials are made available to the students in different collections with varying loan periods depending on the expected usage.
Course Materials can be borrowed for 3 hours. That limited check out time ensures all students can access course materials items. Materials which kept in the Course Materials collection can be searched under the name of the academic or course code in the Library Catalog. The materials which are specified by lecturers for the course reading lists such as e-books, articles and book chapters can be accessed (in accordance with copyright laws) 7/24 electronically. IHU e-Mail User name and password are required to use this collection from off campus.
The Course Materials Collection is located at the Circulation Desk. For more detailed information, please consult the terms of borrowing.
Due to the similarities between author names and the change in the surnames of the women, researchers due to marriage or due to differences in the spelling of the names there are problems in reaching all the publications of an academician collectively. Therefore; in the management of scientific outputs, accurate data cannot be used and the analysis of a writer or an institution of his / her affiliation gives incorrect results. In order to list the studies of a researcher collectively and to use the correct data in the analyzes, the identification of academicians has become an obligation.
ORC-ID Short Video
Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORC-ID), has emerged because of a joint initiative initiated with the support of different publishers and stakeholders. The goal is; by using a single digital identity, collecting all the research outputs of a researcher are under a single account. In addition, ORC-ID provides inter-system communication and provides application development interfaces (API) that provide authentication.
ORC-ID is a non-profit organization dedicated to solving the long-standing name ambiguity problem in scholarly communication by creating a central registry of unique identifiers for individual researchers and an open, transparent linking mechanism between ORC-ID and other current author identifier schemes. The ORC-ID itself is a unique, 16-digit identifier expressed a URL link. i.e. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3973-4664. The ORC-ID URL links to the owner’s profile on the ORC-ID website. To learn more about ORC-ID, you can visit their website.
Why Use ORC-ID?
- It eliminates author name ambiguity and ensures your research outputs are correctly attributed to you. This means, amongst other things, all your research outputs will be captured and thereby counted towards processes such as Ibn Haldun University Institutional Repository.
- It can be taken with you throughout your scholarly career.
- It can save you time by introducing efficiencies into different workflows. For instance, it reduces the need for repeatedly typing in biographical or bibliographical data when filling in a grant applications or manuscript submissions.
- It is increasingly becoming a requirement to grant applications and manuscript submissions.
- It can link with a vast array of different types of research outputs and activities such as articles, datasets, performance works and even peer review work.
- Because it is open source it can be integrated with other academic services. e.g.: The UMRAN and IHU Institutional Repository system were integrated with the ORC-ID.
- Creating a profile is quick and easy.
Who Needs an ORC-ID?
Any Ibn Haldun University staff or student who publishes their research should have an ORC-ID.
Click here get more information on how to register for an ORC-ID account.
Journal of Ibn Haldun Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1 (January 2019) Has been published.
New issue address is: https://journal.ihu.edu.tr/
Journal of Ibn Haldun Studies (e-ISSN 2651-379X) is published by Ibn Haldun University, which is a referred bi-annual and blind peer-review. It has been published since the year of 2016. The journal publishes original Turkish, English or Arabic articles on the subjects of language, literature, history, art, architecture, sociology, theology and human and social sciences.
Journal of Ibn Haldun Studies indexed by:
Google Scholar, 2016-