“Books & Bibliographic Search”   LIS 5603, Intro to Information Services   Dr. Lorri Mon, FSU SLIS, Florida’s iSchool   Co...
Indexes/Databases by Subject        FSU Libraries    http://www.lib.fsu.edu/
Questions requiring Bibliographic Resources•   I need the book The Pearl.            1. existence•   I need books by S.R. ...
Structure of Bibliographic Records100 1 Gibbons, Susan|q(Susan L.),|d1970-245 10 E-Book functionality :|bwhat libraries an...
Where                    Catalogs – Location                       to Find ItCatalog characteristics:   • “Holdings” of a ...
Uborrow (FL Statewide Union Catalog)       http://union.catalog.fcla.edu/ux.jsp
Library of Congress Catalog      http://catalog.loc.gov/
NUCMUC –Union Catalog of Manuscript Collectionshttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/oclcsearch.html
OCLC FirstSearch WorldCathttps://proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://www.lib.fsu.edu/get/wcfs
Catalog Searching                                  “concept analysis”       General to                Keyword Searching:  ...
Issues about Catalogs - Schemes                                       S – Agriculture Library of Congress                 ...
Dewey Decimal Classification                   Historic & geographic sociology    Sociology                             ...
Anatomy of a Call NumberJ=Political                     Y4=Congress.                   LC                              SuD...
Things Not in CatalogsMost OPACs date back to 1970’s-1980’s –   downloadable MARC records.So – sometimes not in catalogs a...
Bibliographies - Existence          What                                               Exists• Works of scholarship and ex...
Gale Literature Resource Centerhttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/tall85761?db=...
Gale Books and Authorshttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://find.galegroup.com.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/menu/start?pro...
Bowker Books in Printhttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://www.booksinprint.com/bip/
Book Review Digest (in Ebsco)https://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,...
NetLibrary EbscoHost Ebookshttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?profile=ehost&...
What                     Bibliographic Sources                               Exists • Bowker’s Books in Print • Book Revie...
Amazonhttp://www.amazon.com
Amazon Advanced Searchhttp://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Search-Books/b/ref=sv_b_0?ie=UTF8&node=241582011
Google Books         Note the “Get this         Book in Print” linkhttp://books.google.com
AllReadershttp://allreaders.com
Next Due Dates• Mon, Oct 8: Question Set (email to  instructor)  Answering each question with 3 different  sources: web, i...
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    1. 1. “Books & Bibliographic Search” LIS 5603, Intro to Information Services Dr. Lorri Mon, FSU SLIS, Florida’s iSchool College of Communication & Information
    2. 2. Indexes/Databases by Subject FSU Libraries http://www.lib.fsu.edu/
    3. 3. Questions requiring Bibliographic Resources• I need the book The Pearl. 1. existence• I need books by S.R. Ranganathan. -- and -- 2. location• I need a book on bear attacks.• I need books by Native American authors.• I enjoyed Red Mars. What should I read next?• What was that book about the talking pig?• What’s the best selling novel right now?• Where can I find Caldecott award winners?• Where can I learn about The Great Gatsby?
    4. 4. Structure of Bibliographic Records100 1 Gibbons, Susan|q(Susan L.),|d1970-245 10 E-Book functionality :|bwhat libraries and their patrons want and expect from electronic books /|cSusan Gibbons, Thomas A. Peters, Robin Bryan260 Chicago ;|aLondon :|bAmerican Library Association,|cc2003300 iii, 138 p. ;|c28 cm440 0 LITA guides ;|v10500 Includes index650 0 Library users650 0 Libraries and students650 0 Electronic books|zUnited States650 0 Electronic information resource literacy700 1 Bryan, Robin700 1 Peters, Thomas A.,|d1957- Searching a surrogate; keyword search to subject heading MARC records http://www.loc.gov/marc/
    5. 5. Where Catalogs – Location to Find ItCatalog characteristics: • “Holdings” of a library ( •Controlled language (shared/universal) FSU Catalog) •Standard classification •Call numbers – Of a regional consortium of •Locations libraries (UBorrow)ARCHIVES – a whole • Of a national library (LOC)collection of books, letters, – Of a nation’s libraries (manuscripts & photos can be national union catalog)listed as one item » Of libraries worldwide (e.g.,in a catalog (e.g. Archives-USA OCLC Worldcat), NUCMUC, Worldcat). “interlibrary loan or interlending” PLUS: fulltext subscription book collections: NetLibrary, ebrary, Safari
    6. 6. Uborrow (FL Statewide Union Catalog) http://union.catalog.fcla.edu/ux.jsp
    7. 7. Library of Congress Catalog http://catalog.loc.gov/
    8. 8. NUCMUC –Union Catalog of Manuscript Collectionshttp://www.loc.gov/coll/nucmc/oclcsearch.html
    9. 9. OCLC FirstSearch WorldCathttps://proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://www.lib.fsu.edu/get/wcfs
    10. 10. Catalog Searching “concept analysis” General to Keyword Searching: Specific Unmarried AdultsLeads to Subject Heading: Can Use: Boolean operators, fielded Single People searching, nesting, proximity, wild cards, etc. Leads to LC call number area: HQ 800.4
    11. 11. Issues about Catalogs - Schemes S – Agriculture Library of Congress T – Technology U – Military Science A – General V – Naval Science B – Philosophy/Psych/Religion Z – Bibliography, Library Science C – Archaeology/Genealogy D – History: General/Old World Dewey Decimal E,F – History: America G – Geog, Anthro, Recreation 000 – General H – Social Science 100 – Philosophy J – Political Science 200 – Religion K – Law 300 – Social Science L – Education 400 – Language M – Music 500 – Natural Science N – Fine Arts 600 – Useful Arts P – Language & Literature 700 – Fine Arts Q – Science 800 – Literature R – Medicine 900 – History, BiographyDewey Decimal (1876) http://www.gutenberg.org/files/12513/12513-h/12513-h.htmLC Classification http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/lcco/lcco.html
    12. 12. Dewey Decimal Classification Historic & geographic sociology Sociology Arabs & Maltese301.1543012917492705694 Palestine / Israel Opinions Ethnic region23-digit Dewey call number for:ARAB ATTITUDES TOWARD ISRAELby Yehoshafat Harkabi301.1543012917492705694Madison Public Library http://www.madisonpubliclibrary.org/kann/humor.html
    13. 13. Anatomy of a Call NumberJ=Political Y4=Congress. LC SuDOCScience House. Hearing. JK468.A8 G643 2002 Y 4.SCI 2:106-92 JK=Political institutions & public SCI=Committee administration, U.S. on Science.Location = Regular stacks; Reference stacks; Warehouse, etc.
    14. 14. Things Not in CatalogsMost OPACs date back to 1970’s-1980’s – downloadable MARC records.So – sometimes not in catalogs are: items in the collection predating the 1970’s;Special collections, rare and unusual items;Items with different cataloging systems for which MARC records were not available (e.g. state or city government documents)
    15. 15. Bibliographies - Existence What Exists• Works of scholarship and expertise• Respected, venerable source – “Guide to Reference Books”• Can be prescriptive as well as descriptive – Defining extent of a domain or topic – Identifying the most important works – Recommending content for a collection• Bibliographies … – and Bibliographies of BibliographiesExample of what can be found in bibliographies:A Bio-Bibliography of Native American Authors lists little-known published works by American Indian authors of the 1800’s and turn of the century.
    16. 16. Gale Literature Resource Centerhttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/tall85761?db=LitRC
    17. 17. Gale Books and Authorshttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://find.galegroup.com.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/menu/start?prod=BNA&userGroupName=tall85761
    18. 18. Bowker Books in Printhttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://www.booksinprint.com/bip/
    19. 19. Book Review Digest (in Ebsco)https://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=ehost&defaultdb=bqh
    20. 20. NetLibrary EbscoHost Ebookshttps://login.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?profile=ehost&defaultdb=nlebk
    21. 21. What Bibliographic Sources Exists • Bowker’s Books in Print • Book Review Digest • Encyclopedia Britannica (example: reviews of – bibliographies Faulkner’s The Sound • Reader’s Advisory & The Fury, 1929) Sources ( • Gale Literature What Do I Read Next Resource Center ?, AllReaders.com • Gale Books and etc.) Authors • Library catalogs & • NetLibrary, Amazon, union catalogs Google Books, (WorldCat) HathiTrust (etc.)Contemporary Authors, Something About the Author, and other bio sources onauthors may include writings, contact info, biographic information and literary reviews
    22. 22. Amazonhttp://www.amazon.com
    23. 23. Amazon Advanced Searchhttp://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Search-Books/b/ref=sv_b_0?ie=UTF8&node=241582011
    24. 24. Google Books Note the “Get this Book in Print” linkhttp://books.google.com
    25. 25. AllReadershttp://allreaders.com
    26. 26. Next Due Dates• Mon, Oct 8: Question Set (email to instructor) Answering each question with 3 different sources: web, index, books/bibliographic• Mon, Oct 15: IPL2 Question #1 (first “real user” question

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