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Presentation based on library instruction for art education class entitled Teaching Critical Response to Art PK-12 . Created by J. Rinalducci

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  • AVT 494: Teaching Critical Response to Art PK-12
    March 23, 20104:30PM
  • Library Resources
    Library Website:
    • Ask-a-Librarian-> IM…
    • InfoGuides
    • Research Portal
    Library catalog:
    • Books
    • E-books (Net Library)
    • DVD, VHS
    • WRLC and more…
  • More Library Resources
    Research Databases
    Arts Databases
    • Art Fulltext
    • Design & Applied Arts (DAAI)
    • ARTBibliographies Modern
    • Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals
    • Oxford Art Online
    • ARTstor
  • More Library Databases
    General Databases
    • Academic Search Complete (exs: Digital Creativity, Visual Studies, Visual Anthropology)
    • ProQuest Research Library (ex: British Journal of Photography, Journal of Glass Studies)
    • Wilson Omnifile(E-Journal Finder lists art journals, like Art in America,as available here)
    • JSTOR (exs: Artibus et Historiae, Museum Studies)
    • Humanities International Complete (exs: Art Asia Pacific, Word & Image)
  • More Library Databases
    Education Databases
    Eric
    Education Full Text
    Education Research Complete
    Other Helpful Databases
    PsycInfo
    PsycArticles
    Digital Dissertations
    Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive
  • Types of Information
    Online Catalog – Books can provide general overview OR detailed insight about your topic
    Research Databases – access to different types of periodicals (articles, reports…)
    Primary Sources – Original records like letters, manuscripts, newspapers, interviews, photos, recordings, works of art
    Reference Sources – From background information to images
    The Web – benefits and limitations for research
  • Advantages of…
    Books
    Good for background information, timeline, definitions, etc.
    Length allows author to go more in-depth into a subject
    Articles
    More specialized searching
    Better for newer artists/designers (may not have books yet)
    More current information—more recently published
  • Research Checklist
    State your topic as a question.
    Identify main concepts.
    Narrow or broaden your topic.
    Keep a list of terms that work best for your topic & add to it as you go.
    This works whether you’re writing a brief paper or an in-depth research paper. It even works for an artists statement, thesis proposal, or bibliography.
  • Search Strategies
    Keyword:
    • Simplest search
    • Looks for records that match the words typed, not the ideas represented by the words
    Controlled Vocabulary (Subjects):
    • Uses subject headings for more refined results
    • Looks for records that match the ideas represented by the words.
    • Terms are standardized
    • Often active links
    Keyword: Aboriginal art VSSubject Heading: Art, Australian aboriginal.
    Keyword: David Malangi VSSubject Heading: Malangi, David, 1927-
  • More Search StrategiesBoolean Searching
    AND/OR/NOT
    Combine keywords to narrow/broaden your search
    AND— NARROWS YOUR SEARCH
    EX: Interior Design AND Color
    OR—EXPANDS YOUR SEARCH
    EX: Film or videoOR
    Wall paintings or murals
    NOT—LIMITS TERMS FROM SEARCH
    NOT
    Interior
    design
    Color
    AND
    Wall paintings
    Murals
    Maya
    Software
  • More Search StrategiesTruncation
    Save time using Truncation searching…
    In the catalog:
    Photograph? -> Photograph, Photographs, Photography, Photographic, Photographer
    In the databases:
    Architect* -> Architect, Architecture, Architectural, Architecturally, Architectonic
  • Reading a painting from the National Portrait Gallery…
    Henry Cabot LodgeSitter:  Henry Cabot Lodge,  12 May 1850 - 9 Nov 1924Artist:  John Singer Sargent, 1856 – 1925Date of Work:  1890
    Medium:  Oil on canvas
    Examples of Portrait KeywordsPortrait Object:  Beard / Facial Hair / Personal Attribute
    Portrait Object:  Chain / Jewelry / Clothing &
    Apparel Portrait
    Examples of Biographical KeywordsDistinction:  Lawyer / Law and Law EnforcementDistinction:  Lecturer / Educator / Education
  • Brainstorm
    Looking at the painting & its subject:
    John Singer Sargent or Sargent, John Singer as Subject
    Henry Cabot Lodge or Lodge, Henry Cabot as Subject
    Oil painting or Oil on canvas
    Portrait painting
    American art -> narrow to 19th-century American art
    About the Portrait Sitter: Senator, Boston, Harvard…
    Artistic influences or Artistic themes
    Art and technique
  • Evaluate Your Sources
    • Evaluate the sources you find!
    • Print AND Online
    • CRAAP Test:
    • Currency—Is the information out-of-date?
    • Relevance—Is the information on topic?
    • Authority—Whowrote the information?
    • Accuracy—Is the information correct?
    • Purpose—Whatis the information intended to do? Educate? Persuade? Entertain?
  • Research Process
    DefineYour Topic (Identify main concepts; Narrow or broaden topic; List of search terms )
    DetermineYour Information Needs (how current, specific publication type)
    Locate and Retrieve Relevant Information (search strategies)
    Access Information using Technology (catalog, databases, web)
    Evaluate Information (print & electronic)
    UseInformation Ethically (cite sources)
  • Questions
    Stop by the Reference Desk
    Ask-a-Librarian: IM, Email, etc. (http://library.gmu.edu/ask)
    Call the reference desk or your liaison
    InfoGuides(http://infoguides.gmu.edu/)
    Visual Arts Liaison: Jenna Rinalducci