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    • Communication 107 Communication and the Human Condition Erika Behling Liaison to the Communication Department University of Wisconsin-Parkside
    • Goals for this Session Determine how to tell the difference between a variety of citation types Use the UWP Library Catalog to locate needed print materials Search for journals using the UWP Periodical List Place a Universal Borrowing Request for a book not owned by UWP Use Illiad to request books/journal articles not available through UB
    • Reading a Citation How can you tell if the citation you have is for an entire book, a book chapter, or a journal article? Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river: Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Smedley, B. D., Meyers, H. F., & Harrell, S. P. (1993). Minority-status stresses and the college adjustment of ethnic minority freshman. Journal of Higher Education, 64, 434–452. Steele, C. M., & Aronson, J. (1998). Stereotype threat and the test performance of academically successful African Americans. In C. E. Jencks & M. Phillips (Eds.), The Black-White test score gap (pp. 401– 427). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute. Place Name Publisher Name Place Name Publisher Name
    • Reading a Citation Now that you know these are some type of book citations, how do you determine if they are for an entire book or for a chapter within a book? Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river: Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Steele, C. M., & Aronson, J. (1998). Stereotype threat and the test performance of academically successful African Americans. In C. E. Jencks & M. Phillips (Eds.), The Black-White test score gap (pp. 401– 427). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute. “ In” Two “titles” Two sets of “authors”
    • Reading a Citation Now that you know these are some type of book citations, how do you determine if they are for an entire book or for a chapter within a book? Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river: Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Steele, C. M., & Aronson, J. (1998). Stereotype threat and the test performance of academically successful African Americans. In C. E. Jencks & M. Phillips (Eds.), The Black-White test score gap (pp. 401– 427). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute. Only one title One set of authors
    • Key Clues for Book Citations Chapter in a Book: Look for “In.” This is a chapter contained withIN a book. Are there two “titles?” One is the chapter title, the other is the book title. Are there two sets of “authors?” One set provides the author(s) of the chapter, the other provides the author(s)/editor(s) of the entire book.
    • Key Clues for Book Citations Citation for an Entire Book: Only one title provided. This is the title of the book. Only one set of authors. These people are responsible for the content of the entire work. Keep in mind they may be editors and therefore not authoring the whole work, but they are still responsible for the overall content.
    • Reading a Citation If your citation doesn’t include publisher name/place information and you’ve determined it’s NOT a book, it may be for a journal article. Smedley, B. D., Meyers, H. F., & Harrell, S. P. (1993). Minority-status stresses and the college adjustment of ethnic minority freshman. Journal of Higher Education, 64, 434–452. Volume number and page numbers but no month/day information Two “titles” but no “In.” Journal title is italicized.
    • Key Clues for Journal Citations Determining if a citation is for a journal article: Look at the citation for giveaways like the word Journal . If cited correctly, an APA journal article citation won’t include month/day information, just a year, a volume number, and sometimes an issue number. If you see a month or a date, you may have found a citation for a magazine article or a newspaper. In a proper APA citation, the journal name and a volume number will be italicized.
    • Locating Books Tools to Use UWP Library Catalog : Tells you what books the UWP Library owns Universal Borrowing/UW System Search : A service to use when UWP doesn’t own the book, but another UW library does WorldCat : A catalog of libraries worldwide. When no UW school owns the book you need, you can place an InterLibrary Loan ( Illiad ) request right from the WorldCat record
    • Locating Books What to search for First, try a title search for the book you’re looking for. Remember to search for the title of the book , not the title of the chapter ! Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river: Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Steele, C. M., & Aronson, J. (1998). Stereotype threat and the test performance of academically successful African Americans. In C. E. Jencks & M. Phillips (Eds.), The Black-White test score gap (pp. 401– 427). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute.
    • Locating Books What to search for If you run across a “common” title, try performing a search where you include at least a portion of the title along with the book’s author’s/editor’s last name. Bowen , W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river: Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Steele, C. M., & Aronson, J. (1998). Stereotype threat and the test performance of academically successful African Americans. In C. E. Jencks & M. Phillips (Eds.), The Black-White test score gap (pp. 401– 427). Washington, DC: Brookings Institute.
    • Locating Books What to search for If your book’s title contains a colon (separating the title and sub-title), it’s probably best to use a search incorporating the title words up to the point of punctuation. Punctuation sometimes can be a problem in library catalogs. Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river : Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
    • Locating Books What to search for If your book’s title starts with an article like the, a, and, or la , don’t use it as part of your search. Always drop the initial article. Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river : Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
    • Locating Articles Tools to Use UWP Periodical List : Tells you what journals the UWP Library has access to and whether access is available in print or electronic form (or both). InterLibrary Loan ( Illiad ) : Use from a record within a database to request an article indexed but not available through the UWP print or electronic collection. OR, use it from its start page to request an article not available from UWP. Remember, if you do not use the Illiad link directly from a database, you will need to fill in the form yourself!
    • Locating Journal Articles What to search for First, try a title search for the journal you’re looking for. Remember to search for the title of the journal , not the title of the article ! Smedley, B. D., Meyers, H. F., & Harrell, S. P. (1993). Minority-status stresses and the college adjustment of ethnic minority freshman. Journal of Higher Education , 64, 434–452.
    • Locating Journal Articles What to search for If your journal’s title starts with an article like the, a, and, or la , don’t use it as part of your search. Always drop the initial article. Stephen, T., Harrison, T. M. (2002). Building systems responsive to intellectual tradition and scholarly culture. The Journal of Electronic Publishing , 8, 37-49.