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  • @ Your Library! NUTR425/6
    • Beth Transue, Librarian
    • [email_address]
    • AIM: BoolibMessiah
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  • Searching
    • Define Concepts
    • Use Searching Skills
    • Select Database
  • Concepts
    • Determine keywords and subject terms
      • What is the difference between keyword and subject?
      • TIP: First search using keywords you know, then search using the subjects in relevant records.
  • Boolean: AND AND Record must contain BOTH words Use for searching for different concepts
  • Boolean: OR OR Record can contain EITHER word Use when searching for similar concepts
  • Library Catalog
    • Books
    • Reference Books
    • Also Use “Reference Universe” to search our print reference collection.
  • PubMed
    • Database of articles related to the medical field
    • Coordinated by National Library of Medicine
    • FREE, even when not at Messiah!
    • http://www.pubmed.gov
  • PubMed Single Citation Matcher
    • Find the research behind this article
    • http://www.sun-sentinel.com/features/health/orl-acne1607oct16,0,1833989.story
  • RefWorks
    • Create account
    • Turn on PubMed
    • Turn on AMA style
    • Export citations from databases to RW
    • Create bibliography in AMA format
  • Evaluating Resources
    • ESPECIALLY for Alternative Medicine
    • Consider:
      • Publisher/Author
      • Affiliation
      • Purpose
      • Date
      • Personal knowledge
  • If Time….
    • Determine topic, keywords
    • Select website or database
    • Search with keywords
      • Find subjects
      • Refine search with keywords, subject, Boolean
    • Find relevant articles, books, webpages
    • Report back to group (searching strategy, satisfaction with results?)