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LIS 601 Introduction to Reference and Information Services

LIS 601 Introduction to Reference and Information Services
Spring 2013
Dr. Diane Nahl
University of Hawaii
Library and Information Science Program

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    601 Session4-database search & bibstyle-s13 601 Session4-database search & bibstyle-s13 Presentation Transcript

    • Bibliographic Control Citation Style Search Strategy Principles & Tactics LIS 601 Spring 2013 Dr. Diane Nahl University of HawaiiLibrary and Information Science Program
    • Bibliographic Universe• All published items• Any format• Any date• Bibliographic records  Catalog records  Periodical Index entries  Database records  Bibliography entries 2 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Bibliographic Control pp. 66-671. Access2. Arrangement3. Collocation4. Name Authority Control5. Subject Authority Control6. Depth & Comprehensiveness of Indexing 3 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Information Structure:Deconstructing a Journal Issue1. Browse systematically through an issue from cover-to-cover (online or print)2. Identify information structure elements: • Journal information: editorial board, copyright notice, instructions for authors • Volume #, issue #, date (month/quarter, year) • TOC Elements: • Contents: abstracts, reviews, columns, departments, committee reports, etc. • Advertisements • Letters & Editorials 4 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Citation Style Exercise1. Work with your table or online partner2. Systematically examine an RUSQ, C&RL or PL issue from cover-to-cover3. Determine which Table of Contents entries are articles and which are regular columns 1. State your criteria for deciding which is which4. Select one article and create a complete citation using Turabian Bibliographic (B) style. 5 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Composing Online Search Strategies1-2 Concept Analysis [p. 11 Search Work]3-6 Term Selection & Boolean Logic Connectors7- Search Mode: Browse Mode [DE, AU, TI linear, single field search] Keyword Mode [any/default field(s), multi-term search] Mixed mode (Browse & Keyword)8- Search, Review Results & Revise 6 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Concept Analysis[p. 12 Search Queries for 1b]Determine for each Query Statement:a. Terms to Ignore & Terms to Extractb. Terms to Transform into appropriate Controlled Vocabularyc. Think of Alternate NL Termsd. NL terms to stem* or phrases to “enclose” 7 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Concept Analysis Exercise[p. 12 Search Queries]2. Present a complete citation to an article or a chapter of criticism of Kate Chopins The Awakening.IGNORE: non-content wordsEXTRACT: circle, underline or highlight relevant words to use in the strategy 8 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Concept Analysis Exercise[p. 12 Search Queries]2. Present a complete citation for an article or a chapter of criticism of Kate Chopins The Awakening.TRANSFORM: consult CVCONCEPTS: identify search terms to capture areas, domains, dimensions, aspects, facets, or other attributes of the query 9 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Concept Analysis Exercise[p. 12 Search Queries]3. Present a complete citation with abstract for a document or an article on "parents participating in the classroom.”IGNORE: non-content wordsEXTRACT: content wordsTRANSFORM: consult CVCONCEPTS: query concepts that must be included 10 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Finding Controlled Vocabulary1. In EBSCO ERIC click THESAURUS tab2. BROWSE Parents, then Parent3. Scroll systematically through several pages4. Click boxes to select relevant Descriptors5. Click Add after choosing AND or OR(DE "Parents as Teachers" OR DE "Parent Participation" OR DE "Parent Role" OR DE "Parent School Relationship” OR DE "Parent Teacher Cooperation")• Click Search then input in rows: AND classroom AND volunteer* AND partnership* 11 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • EBSCO ERIC Thesaurus Search 12 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • EBSCO ERIC Thesaurus Search 13 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • EBSCO ERIC Thesaurus Search search strategy 14 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • EBSCO ERIC Thesaurus SearchCV 15 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Review Results in Full Format to Find More CV & NL#15 of 27Title: Put Yourself in Their Place: Building Parent Involvement.Source: Montessori Life, v6 n4 p32-33 Fall 1994.Descriptors: Change Strategies, Montessori Method, ParentParticipation, Parent Responsibility, Parent SchoolRelationship, Parent Teacher Cooperation, PreschoolEducation, VolunteersIdentifiers: Montessori Schools, Parent School PartnershipsAbstract: Provides guidelines for successfully building parentalinvolvement by fitting educational and classroom needs into parentsschedules and by carefully matching parents to classroom jobs tokeep interest and involvement high. (ETB) 16 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Review Results in Full Format to Find More CV & NL#2 of 27Title: Developing High-Quality Family Involvement Programs in EarlyChildhood Settings.Source: Young Children, v57 n5 p90-95 Sep 2002Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Family Involvement,Outreach Programs, Parent Participation, Parent Role, ParentSchool Relationship, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Parents asTeachers, Partnerships in Education, Program Effectiveness, TeacherRole, Volunteers, Early Childhood EducationAbstract: Discusses the need for early childhood programs to developstrong partnerships with families in order to support each parentsrole as his or her childs primary educator and to provide a foundationfor ongoing family involvement. Outlines the steps for establishinghigh-quality parent involvement programs and offers examples of howparents can contribute in the classroom and outdoors. (TJQ) 17 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Finding Controlled Vocabulary1. In EBSCO ERIC click THESAURUS tab2. BROWSE Parents, then Parent3. Scroll systematically through several pages4. Click boxes to select relevant Descriptors5. Click Add after choosing AND or OR(DE "Parents as Teachers" OR DE "Parent Participation" OR DE "Parent Role" OR DE "Parent School Relationship” OR DE "Parent Teacher Cooperation")1. Click Search then input in rows: AND classroom AND volunteer* AND partnership* 18 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Presenting the Results[p. 11 Search Work]9. If available, change view options to Full Record or Full Citation or Long Format10. Select only 1 item from each search. Capture and insert a Full Record or Full Citation or Long Format (i.e., the entire record, including the Descriptor field, not just the citation) Insert the search strategy (Search History) & Summary List for that item. Submit 3 images per search. 19 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Search History 20 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Analyzing & Annotating Results on Google Docs11. Frame or highlight database name to make it easy to see12. Frame or highlight your search terms in each item unless they are already bold13. Frame or highlight terms in records you could use to improve the search 21 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Analyzing & AnnotatingResults on Google Docs 22 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Analyzing & Annotating Results in Google DocsPut Google Doc in this order for each query: Query 4 example • Search History [sample p. 9] • Summary List [sample p. 10] • Relevant Item in FULL FORMAT [sample p. 10] • All Descriptors must show in the chosen item records in your document 23 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Pro Database Search Tips• Always view Long or Full Format• Use truncation/stemming in NL searches• Always use Boolean operators to combine terms• Favor Default Fields in NL/KW searches• Ungrammatical NL phrases are highly improbable, leading to zero or too few results, e.g., “parent classroom” [an author would not write that phrase]• AU= is a Browse mode search: e.g., Jacso, P 24 Nahl LIS 601 2013
    • Due Next Week• TEXT CHAPTERS 5 & 17• Read Search Work 2 Encyclopedias pp. 13-14• Read Wikipedia Entry Editing (link on syllabus)• Search Exercise 1B: Index Databases [p. 12]  Turn-in Results with annotations in a Google Doc  1 (max) item per query in Full Format,  1 page of Summary Results for same search,  Search History with the search strategy for the same set that includes the item 25 Nahl LIS 601 2013