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    1. 1. Thesis: Knowing How to Use the Library Is Important When Doing a Research Paper. I. Introduction A. Introductory device B. Thesis C. Supporting sentences II. Introduction to the Library A. Programs of Orientation and Instruction 1. Pamphlets, Handbooks, Other Materials Distributed by the Library 2. Class Visits, Tours, Lectures, Courses B. Books about the Library (Examples: Gates, Cook, Patterson, Baker) III. The Central Catalog A. Methods of Locating Books in the Online Catalog 1. Author 2. Title 3. Subject B. Systems of Classification 1. Dewey Decimal System 2. Library of Congress System IV. Reference Works A. General Works (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Biographical Works, Yearbooks, Atlases, Gazettes) B. Specialized Dictionaries and Encyclopedias (In Alphabetical Order: Art, Astronomy, Etc.) V. Bibliographical Sources A. Indexes to Periodicals (Newspapers, Magazine, and Television News Broadcasts) B. Specialized Bibliographies and Indexes (In Alphabetical Order: Art, Biology, Etc.) C. Abstracts (In Alphabetical Order: Abstracts in Anthropology, etc.) VI. Location of Library Materials A. Main Collection 1. Open Stacks 2. Closed Stacks B. Special Sections 1. Folio-size Books 2. Reserved Books 3. Reference Works 4. Periodicals 5. Pamphlets, Clippings, Nonprint Materials VII. Other Library Resources and Services A. Microforms: Microfilm, Microcard, Microfiche B. Computer Assistance in Research C. Other Assistance (e.g., Copying Facilities, Interlibrary Loans) VIII. Conclusion – The Importance of Knowing about the Library, Its Materials and Services
    2. 2. Good notes follow a structure relating all the parts to comprise the whole. Notes must be so organized that the researcher can match the main points with their details and examples and can relate these key points to one another. Outlining The researcher may either use the informal or the formal outline.
    3. 3. Simple Listing TOPIC:_______________________ I. Main Idea:________________ A. Detail B. Detail C. Detail II. Main Ideal:_______________ A. Detail B. Detail C. Detail The INFORMAL OUTLINE may be a simple listing or dash method.
    4. 4. The FORMAL OUTLINE follows a structure or certain format. It is methodical. A formal outline centers the subject matter of the text at the top of the page and every noted idea begins new line. A roman numeral written at the upper left hand of the margin marks each main idea. Second ideas, which are listed and identified by capital letters are indented to the right of the roman numerals. Minor details are indented to the right of the major details and are marked by Arabic numerals. Lastly, examples which are marked by small letters are further indented.
    5. 5. Find the key ideas or the main points of the text. Look for details that support each key point. Remember that idea of equal importance must have equal identification. Identify relationship of ideas. PROCEDURE
    6. 6. TOPIC I. Main Idea A. Secondary Idea B. Secondary Idea 1. Detail a. Example b. Example 2. Detail 3. Detail II. Main Idea A. Secondary Idea B. Secondary Idea C. Secondary Idea
    7. 7. TOPIC: What Is Meant By Job Satisfaction? I. Job Satisfaction A. Definition B. Proper Perspective Of job Satisfaction 1. Job satisfaction is an emotional response to job situation. 2. Job satisfaction is often determined by how well, outcomes meet or exceed expectations. II. Job Situation and Dimensions A. General Description B. Job Dimensions Or Factors That Figures In Jobs 1. The Work Itself 2. Pay 3. Promotion Opportunities 4. Supervision 5. Coworkers Informal Outline Example
    8. 8. Formal Outline ExampleTopic: Using the Library for Research Thesis: Knowing How to Use the Library Is Important When Doing a Research Paper. I. Introduction A. Introductory device B. Thesis C. Supporting sentences II. Introduction to the Library A. Programs of Orientation and Instruction 1. Pamphlets, Handbooks, Other Materials Distributed by the Library 2. Class Visits, Tours, Lectures, Courses B. Books about the Library (Examples: Gates, Cook, Patterson, Baker) III. The Central Catalog A. Methods of Locating Books in the Online Catalog 1. Author 2. Title 3. Subject B. Systems of Classification 1. Dewey Decimal System 2. Library of Congress System
    9. 9. IV. Reference Works A. General Works (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Biographical Works, Yearbooks, Atlases, Gazettes) B. Specialized Dictionaries and Encyclopedias (In Alphabetical Order: Art, Astronomy, Etc.) V. Bibliographical Sources A. Indexes to Periodicals (Newspapers, Magazine, and Television News Broadcasts) B. Specialized Bibliographies and Indexes (In Alphabetical Order: Art, Biology, Etc.) C. Abstracts (In Alphabetical Order: Abstracts in Anthropology, etc.) VI. Location of Library Materials A. Main Collection 1. Open Stacks 2. Closed Stacks B. Special Sections 1. Folio-size Books 2. Reserved Books 3. Reference Works 4. Periodicals 5. Pamphlets, Clippings, Non-print Materials VII. Other Library Resources and Services A. Microforms: Microfilm, Micro-card, Microfiche B. Computer Assistance in Research C. Other Assistance (e.g., Copying Facilities, Interlibrary Loans) VIII. Conclusion – The Importance of Knowing about the Library, Its Materials and Services Formal Outline Example
    10. 10. Questions: 1.Give the two types of outlining? 2-4. Give the four procedures of formal outlining. 5. It is one way of organizing notes.
    11. 11. Answer: 1. Formal and Informal Outlining 2-4.A. Find the key ideas or the main points of the text. B. Look for details that support each key point. (Look for supporting details) C. Remember that idea of equal importance must have equal identification. D. Identify relationship of ideas 5. Outlining
    12. 12. Prepared by: Mark Angelo B. Bernaldez Source: Research and Technical Writing By: Reynaldo R. Fortillo Ma. Consuelo S. Quindara Mila E. Isles Clarita O. Manzano Vivian B. Flores Imelda K. Gamboa Amelia O. Bacuñgan Carolina G. Alberca

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