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  • 1. Science Fiction and Philosophy Dr. Katayama Trex 1001 Jenny Donley https://www.etsy.com/listing/55793249/classic-robot-science-fiction-retro-toy http://honsbioethics.clevelandhistory.org/files/2011/08/retro_brain.jpg Catalog and Serials Librarian Heterick Memorial Library
  • 2. Introduction ● Welcome! ● Jenny Donley, j-donley.1@onu.edu ● Feel free to visit or email ● Librarians on duty: ● 8-4:30, 6-9 Mon – Thurs ● 8-4 Friday ● reference@onu.edu
  • 3. Libraries at ONU Taggart Law Library Heterick Memorial Library Law School Library: accessible to all Undergraduate Library: accessible to all
  • 4. ONU card = Library ID Remember to always use all 11 digits!
  • 5. How am I supposed to remember all of this stuff?
  • 6. Research Guides
  • 7. How to do research: Seven Steps of the Research Process ● STEP 1: IDENTIFY AND DEVELOP YOUR TOPIC ● STEP 2: FIND BACKGROUND INFORMATION ● STEP 3: USE CATALOGS TO FIND BOOKS AND MEDIA ● STEP 4: FIND INTERNET RESOURCES (if appropriate for the assignment) ● STEP 5: USE DATABASES TO FIND PERIODICAL ARTICLES ● STEP 6: EVALUATE WHAT YOU FIND ● STEP 7: CITE WHAT YOU FIND Amended with permission by the Librarians at the Olin and Uris Libraries of Cornell University
  • 8. How to do research: identify and develop your topic ● State your topic as a question ● Identify main concepts or keywords ● Test the topic: Look for keywords, synonyms, and related terms for the information sought ● Subject headings in catalogs ● Built-in thesauri in many databases ● Reference sources, textbooks, lecture notes, readings ● Librarians, Instructors ● Internet
  • 9. How to do research: Find Background Information
  • 10. Research Tools - Catalogs • POLAR: Accessing physical and electronic items located at HML (Heterick Memorial Library) as well as LAW (Taggart Law Library). • OhioLINK: Next step if you can’t find what you want in the HML or LAW collections. • ILL: Option of last resort for books and articles.
  • 11. Find a book: POLAR
  • 12. Find a book: POLAR ● Books are arranged on the shelves using Dewey Decimal Classification Numbers. Think of the these numbers as the shelf address for a book. ● Books found in POLAR will be part of the reference collection (1st floor), juvenile collection (2nd floor), the circulating collection (3rd floor) or e-books available online. e-book reference e-book circulating
  • 13. Find a book: OhioLINK ● Most of the university and college libraries in Ohio share their materials through a consortium catalog called OhioLINK. ● There are around 10 million items available ● A link from POLAR permits you to submit requests. Available from the Heterick homepage ● Most requests arrive in 2-3 working days ● No charge ● Limited to 100 items at a time ● MAY RENEW UP TO 4 TIMES!
  • 14. Find a book: POLAR and OhioLINK 1. Click on the OhioLINK icon to access the consortium catalog.
  • 15. Find a book: OhioLINK 2. Click on the icon.
  • 16. Find a book: OhioLINK 3. Select Ohio Northern U. 4. Enter your first and last name and all 11 digits exactly as they appear on your ID. 5. Be sure to select Heterick as your pick up location and then click submit. 6. An email will be sent when the item is ready for pickup.
  • 17. Internet Tools • Does the information located satisfy the research need? • Is the information factual and unbiased? • See additional tips for evaluating web sources and web pages in the Research Guide.
  • 18. Internet Tools: CRAAP Test • Currency • Timeliness of the information • Relevance/Coverage • Depth and importance of the information • Authority • Source of the information • Accuracy • Reliability of the information • Purpose/Objectivity • Possible bias present in the information
  • 19. Internet Tools: Critically analyzing web sources • What? is the page/site about • Who? created and maintains this site • Where? Is the information coming from • Why? Is the information presented on the web • When? Was the page created or last updated • How? Accurate or credible is the page From the University of Wisconsin Library worksheet for evaluating web sites
  • 20. Research Tools: Periodicals and Articles ● A periodical is something that is published at regular intervals ● Magazines and journals are both periodicals, however… ● Magazines are typically a more “popular” type of periodical ● Journals are scholarly or professional peer reviewed periodicals
  • 21. Research Tools: Periodicals and Articles
  • 22. Research Tools: Databases • Tools for locating journal and newspaper articles • Most are subject-specific, but some are multi-disciplinary • Many give access to full text articles • Heterick has 240+ databases
  • 23. Research Tools: Databases
  • 24. Research Tools: Databases • Helpful databases to jump start your research: • Academic Search Complete • MasterFILE Premier • Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection • MEDLINE with full text • Religion and Philosophy Collection • SocINDEX with full text • Search by subject/discipline to find subject specific databases But now we have an even easier tool to get your research started…
  • 25. SEARCH… the Discovery Layer
  • 26. Research Tools: SEARCH • What is included in SEARCH? • POLAR catalog • OhioLINK catalog • Article-level searching for all EBSCO databases • Article-level searching for a variety of other databases: JSTOR, Hoover’s, AccessPharmacy, etc. • Title-level searching for most other databases: IEEE, CIAO, Proquest Nursing & Allied Health
  • 27. SEARCH
  • 28. SEARCH : POLAR
  • 29. SEARCH : OhioLINK
  • 30. SEARCH : eBooks
  • 31. SEARCH : Full Text PDF or HTML
  • 32. SEARCH : Find It @ ONU
  • 33. SEARCH : ILL
  • 34. Facets: Limit your results and focus your topic
  • 35. How to do research: Cite what you find using standard formats These are the three citation styles that are most frequently used at ONU: ● MLA (Modern Language Association) ● APA (American Psychological Association) ● CMS (Chicago Manual of Style) Always ask your professors which citation style you should use for their particular class.
  • 36. Bibliographic Citation Software: RefWorks
  • 37. Bibliographic Citation Software: RefWorks See “RefWorks” tab on the Research Guide
  • 38. Happy Researching! Remember, the librarians are here to help you with your research. Come and see us! https://www.etsy.com/listing/118323993/t-retro-science-fiction-alphabet-letter