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  • 1. Senior Seminar in Kinesiology An Adventure in Research Beaman Library Spring 2010
  • 2. Research is a process…
    • It is ORGANIZED
    • It is METHODICAL
    • It is COMPREHENSIVE
  • 3. The Researcher’s 2 questions…
    • WHAT do I want to know?
    • WHERE do I find that information?
  • 4. Catacomb… the online catalog
    • All searching begins with
    • the online catalog.
  • 5. Information Resources in Beaman Library
      • Reference books
      • Periodicals
      • Indexes
      • Databases/Websites
  • 6. Reference Sources: Types
    • Encyclopedias
      • General
      • Subject
    • Dictionaries
    • Handbooks
    • Directories
    • Indexes
    • Statistical Sources
  • 7. Periodicals - Location
    • Current (2010) magazines and journals are arranged alphabetically on open shelves for easy browsing.
  • 8. Periodicals - Location
    • Bound periodicals are arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
  • 9. Periodicals - Location
    • Some periodicals are kept on microfilm or microfiche .
  • 10. Periodical Indexes (print)- Location
    • Periodical indexes are located on the main floor, east wing of Beaman Library.
  • 11. Periodical Indexes/Academic Databases
    • Online
      • Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL)
      • Expanded Academic ASAP
      • General OneFile
      • Health Reference Center--Academic
  • 12. Journals on the Web
    • The Internet Public Library Online Serials
    • Find articles.com
    free access to medical journals Magazines, journals, E-zines, and more.
  • 13. Academic Databases Available from Beaman Library Catalog @ http://library.lipscomb.edu
  • 14. Government Databases
    • National Library of Medicine
    • National Institutes of Health
    Health and drug information for patients, family and friends Biomedical journal literature from MEDLINE/PubMed
  • 15. Subject Interest Databases Archive of athletic journals Education journals and research
  • 16. Search engines
    • search specifically for scholarly literature:
    • peer-reviewed papers
    • theses books preprints
    • abstracts technical reports
    • arranges search results by relevancy
    http://scholar.google.com/
  • 17. Evaluating Information
    • from monographs (books)
    • from periodicals (journals)
    • from databases/websites
  • 18. Evaluating books
    • Is it a recognized author?
    • Does it have timely content?
    • Does it contain documentation?
  • 19. Evaluating Journal Articles
    • Scholarly Journal Characteristics
    • limited audience
    • for scholars or researchers in a specialized field (e.g. medicine, psychology)
  • 20. Evaluating Journal Articles
      • found in specialized (subject) indexes
      • such as the Physical Education Index
      • mostly print
        • graphs and/or tables
        • few or no ads
  • 21. Evaluating Journal Articles
    • Scholarly Journal Characteristics
    • cites research
    • includes notes and/or bibliography
    • passes review by panel of experts
      • peer reviewed
      • refereed
  • 22. World Wide Web Resources
    • Academic .edu
    • Government .gov
    • Specialized/commercial .com/.org/.net
  • 23. Web Site Evaluation—the WWW’s
    • Who says it?
      • Author or sponsor
      • Credentials of responsible party
  • 24. Web Site Evaluation—the WWW’s
    • What does it claim, assert, etc.?
      • Purpose of web site
      • Biased, objective, fair
      • Factual…in depth
      • Correct grammar, spelling, etc.
  • 25. Web Site Evaluation—the WWW’s
    • When was it said?
      • Publication date
      • Revisions
      • Links up-to-date
  • 26. Interlibrary Loan
    • Question:
    • What do I do if a resource I need is not available in the Beaman Library?
    • Answer:
    • Use the Interlibrary loan service provided by Beaman Library
  • 27. Interlibrary Loan
    • Facts about Interlibrary Loan:
    • Interlibrary Loan is a service provided by Beaman Library to obtain materials NOT owned by Beaman Library.
    • The conditions of this service are set by the National Interlibrary Loan Code .
    • The loan period is determined by the lending library.
    • Athena is an area consortium of local libraries who loan and borrow from one another without charge.
    • Applications are available at the Reference desk or online in Catacomb .
    • Access form online: http://library.lipscomb.edu
  • 28. Your mission...
    • Come up with a suitable topic (not too broad, not too narrow)
    • Be able to find resources in all formats (books, articles, websites, etc.)
    • Incorporate & cite these sources correctly (be careful not to plagiarize!)
    • Remember: librarians are here to help you with your mission!