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  • 1. Article Searching GEN 1000 – Introduction to the College Library Presented by Dan Overfield – Reference and Instruction Librarian
  • 2. Possible Scenarios:
      • Citation
          • Details about an article including the authors, title, date, and source.
      • A good idea
          • When you know what you want, but not where or how to find it.
      • Totally Lost?
  • 3. Citation
    • Kepner, Tyler (2008, July 16). At Stadium, Salute to Past and Present :[Sports Desk] [1]. New York Times  (Late Edition (east Coast)),  p. D.1. 
  • 4. Library Website
  • 5. Click Find Articles
  • 6. Log In to begin
  • 7. Search within publication
  • 8.  
  • 9. You have a research topic
    • For example, Dennis Kucinich’s 2008 Presidential Campaign…
    • There are many starting points, but lets begin with Academic Search Premier.
  • 10. Get to Academic Search Premier
    • Go to “FIND ARTICLES”
    • Click either “on” or “off” campus link
    • Log in…
  • 11. Kucinich’s 2008 campaign
  • 12. Result list
  • 13. I just want the recent stuff…
  • 14. 2007-2008 only
  • 15. If you are totally lost…
    • Ask a librarian.
        • It is our job to assist you with your research.
    • We can save you time and energy.
        • So you can study and still live your lives.
    • I want you to succeed.
        • My colleagues and I are not happy until you are.
  • 16. Questions?