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    • INFM 225 Florence Tang Liaison to the College of Continuing and Professional Studies for the Atlanta Campus 678-547-6261 tang_fy@mercer.edu
    • Cornell University Library definition of a reference librarian http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/vocab.html Reference Librarian Reference librarians are specialists in the field of information retrieval. Generally they have a Masters degree in library science… They are available at reference desks to help you find the information you are looking for.
    • Florence’s office 10:00 AM -7:00 PM May be working weekends or nights.
    • Questions? Ask the Reference Desk! (678) 547-6282 (Atlanta) http://libraries.mercer.edu/swilley /reference/email-reference Reference Hours M - Th F Sat Sun 9AM-10PM 9AM-6PM 10AM-6PM 1PM-9PM Add askmercer as your buddy!
    • Remember to start your research early. Not everything can be found full-text online or at all hours. o Interlibrary Loan o Interlibrary Use o Print copies of books and journals o Databases unavailable from off-campus o Reference Librarian
    • • Background Reading & Brainstorming Encyclopedias Other reference sources
    • DynaMed
    • “Scholarly” Journals • Periodicals used by researchers to share their findings with one another and the public. • They contain articles describing new research or ideas written in a formal manner that includes background information, methods used, results/interpretation and significance. • Research articles are peerreviewed
    • Scholarly Journals How do I tell? • May contain graphs and charts. • Written by a scholar in the field or by someone who has done research in the field. Degrees attained and institutional affiliations are often included by the authors’ names. • Always cite their sources in the form of footnotes or bibliographies • No glossy pages or pictures
    • Examples of Scholarly Journals
    • Both are considered scholarly
    • Sign in to My EBSCOhost to save searches, and marked articles.
    • Limit the date range by sliding this tab.
    • If unavailable from request via
    • Do not • Share your GALILEO password or MUID with others. • Upload an article to a webpage that others can access. • Copy and paste sections of an article into your paper without using quotations.
    • APA • • • • th 6 ed. Reference List Every source cited in-text needs to be listed in the reference list and vice versa. Include enough information so that the reader can locate each source. o author name o date of publication o title of work Order list alphabetically by the author’s surname (or first word in group, association, agency, etc.; or title if there is no author). Be consistent.
    • From http://flash1r.apa.org/apastyle/basics/data/resources/referencesexample.pdf
    • Journal Article Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number(issue number), pages. http://dx.doi.org/xx.xxx/yyyyy Book Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. Location: Publisher. Web Document Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from http://Web address
    • Citing Always show from where you got your information.
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