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  • There are two types of classification systems that libraries use to organize materials on the shelf: Dewey Decimal Classification SystemUsed by most public libraries and some colleges Library of Congress Classification SystemUsed by most University and colleges (Harrison College uses this system)Call numbers are like a street address for resources. It identifies where on the shelf an item can be located.
  • Call numbers are like a street address for resources. It identifies where on the shelf an item can be located.
  • For example, all books about dogs will be grouped together.
  • Refer to pages 77 & 78 of your text for charts that break down the subject areas.
  • Go to the website to show how to locate the online catalog.Show how to search by author/title/keyword/etc…
  • When you read the numbers after the decimal point, do not read it as a whole number. Look at each number one at a time to see what comes first
  • Begin with the 2 letters at the beginning then move down to the rest of the numbered call number.
  • The OPAC can be searched for books, e-books, DVDs, CDRoms, and more.
  • When searching the online catalog, you can search by the following “fields”
  • How can you string these words together using Boolean Operators?
  • Remember the Summary information
  • Harrison College has 2 options for ordering resources that the Fort Wayne campus may not have.Students can request books and journal articles from any library throughout the United States. Fill out a form from the LRC website and bring it in to me. Remember to plan ahead!! ILL’s take between 2-4 weeks because of shipping times.
  • When searching the online catalog, you can search by the following “fields”
  • As we move further in the Research Log each week, continue to think about the Final Annotated Bibliography Project.
  • Be sure that your summaries on your assignment follow these guidelines.

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  • 1. Research Step #2 – Finding the information
    INF1100 – Week 6
    LRC
  • 2. Library Call Numbers:
    Classification Systems
    Dewey Decimal
    and
    Library of Congress
  • 3.
  • 4. Classification Systems
    Both systems organize materials by SUBJECT.
  • 5. Dewey Decimal
    Dewey uses numbers at the beginning of the call number.
    154.634 FRE
  • 6. Library of Congress
    Library of Congress uses letters at the beginning of the call number.
    HD 4918.E375
  • 7. Dewey Vs. LoC
    What subject area would HD 4918.E375 fall under?
    What subject area would
    154.634 FRE fall under?
  • 8. The Stacks
  • 9. The Library Stacks
    Finding materials:
    • Go to the online library catalog
    • 10. Find your desired resource
    • 11. Write down the call number associated with the item
    • 12. Find your book in the stacks
  • Call Number Order: Dewey Decimal
    Put the following numbers in order:
  • Call Number Order: Library of Congress
    Put the following numbers in order:
  • LRC Online Catalog:
    O.P.A.C.
  • LRC Online Catalog:
    O.P.A.C.
    Title
    Author
    Subject
    Keyword
    Series
    ISBN #
  • 26. When searching the online catalog, consider using Boolean Operators.
  • 27. Class Activity
    Boolean Simon Says
  • 28. Boolean Operators
    For the topic “television makes children more aggressive,” what 3 keywords do you see that could be used to search an online catalog?
  • 29. Boolean Operators
    For the topic “television makes children more aggressive,” what 3 keywords do you see that could be used to search an online catalog?
  • Class Activity
    LRC Online Catalog
  • 32. Searching Your Topic
    • LRC Online Catalog (OPAC)
    • 33. Worldcat
    • 34. Google Books
    • 35. Allen County Public Library Catalog
  • Interlibrary Loan
    &
    Harrison Express
  • 36. What is this?
  • 37. Gathering your Findings
    What exactly is an Annotated Bibliography?
    • It’s more than ONE sentence!
    • 38. It fully summarizes the work.
    • 39. It gives the reader of the bibliography a better understanding of the book or article.
  • Summarizing
    • 3-5 Sentences Per Summary
    • 40. Full/Complete Sentences
    • 41. The final sentence should explain why the book/e-book is relevant to your topic.
  • Sample APA Book Citation
    Calfee, R. C., & Valencia, R. R. (1991). APA guide to preparing manuscripts for journal publication. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • 42. Research Log:
    Assignment 6
    Finding Books
  • 43. For Next Class:
    • Read Chapter 4
    • 44. No quiz next week!
    • 45. Assignment 6 (Log) – Books