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INFORMATIONLITERACYDeveloping research skills
Getting to Know your Resources   Jerry Reisig   Asst. Prof Information Literacy   Director of Library Services   New Y...
Required Publications   Jerry Reisig, Access: Unlocking the Power of    Research, A Guide to Library Resources and    Inf...
Library Services   NYTS students have full checkout privileges.   Library Card is free and valid for one year, and    ca...
Services not Provided   Access to Teachers College, the Law    Library, or the Medical Library.   Alumni/ae Access.   O...
Three Things Needed to Begin                         Available from NYTS                               Regsitrar NYTS ID w...
Obtaining a Columbia Card   Get a current semester sticker for your NYTS ID    from the NYTS Registrar.   Go to the Libr...
UNIONRIVERSIDE CHURCH              Burke             Library NYTS ADMIN                                      COLUMBIA     ...
Partnering with the New York                Public Library   Students do not have access to the Columbia    Databases fro...
The Burke Library   During your graduate education, the most useful    library for your research will probably be the Bur...
Types of Research Information   Primary Sources       Writing from        experience, biograpies, letters, novels, origi...
Accessing CLIO   The Library Catalog of the    Columbia, CLIO, can be accessed on the    internet   The Library Catalog ...
Go onto the Internet
Enter Columbia Address  www.columbia.edu
Select Library
Select Catalogs
Select CLIO (Columbia’s    Online Catalog
Scroll down anddetermine where youwant to search in the bibliographic record
We will be performing a  Keyword Search
Enter Search terms
We will search forminjung, an important  Korean theology
To View the BibliographicRecord, Click on the Title
You have found a book    at a new library  location, East Asian  To find out about itslocation selection guide
View the Map of East       Asian
The East Asian Collectionis Located in Kent hall on  the Columbia Campus
SEARCHING BY TOPICUsing the Burke Library
Searching on Subject for Paper   You have heard a great deal about same sex    marriage and are bothered by it.   What d...
We will begin with a simple search on theKeyword homosexuality
The number of hits is far                 too large to          investigate, so we need             to limit the searchSin...
The number of hits has   reduced to 517  Since this is a time sensitivetopic, we will limit the search to        the last ...
The number of hits hasfurther reduced to 137            The books found are clearly           more related to theology and...
Although this book may beinteresting, we will not look at it. We are interested in       its LC subject(s)            One ...
38 Titles share the same         LC category       To view theentries, select the subject         category
We will use the results to create                a Bibliography                             Check page to select all      ...
Fill out the email information
Email the Information
You will receive an emailthat contains the entries
Highlight the Information
Paste into your                               DocumentTitle:     Jesus, the Bible, and homosexuality : explode the myths, ...
USING THE NEW YORKPUBLIC LIBRARYSearching on the ATLA Religion Database
Databases at NYPL   Because students cannot use Columbia    Databases from home, they will access them    through the New...
On the Internet go to theNew York Public Library    at www.nypl.org
On the NYPL homepage, select Research
Select Articles and    Databases
At Database title, type                   ebscohostSelect FIND
Select ebscohost
Input 14 Digit Code on                Rear of Library CardSelect Login
Scroll Down to theATLA/ATLAS Religion     Database
Select the ATLA Religion Database with ATLAS         Serials
Select Advanced Search
Search in                     SU SubjectsFrom your earlier research enter the subject    Homosexuality—biblical teaching  ...
Scroll Down to view a      document
Click on accompanyingPDF to view the original     journal article
You can print the articleOr email the article to     yourself
In order to Cite the article
Scroll down toTurabian/Chicago   Humanities
Highlight and copy into     Bibliography
Bibliography                                                Paste into BibliographyBusenitz, Irvin A. "Marriage and homose...
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  1. 1. INFORMATIONLITERACYDeveloping research skills
  2. 2. Getting to Know your Resources Jerry Reisig Asst. Prof Information Literacy Director of Library Services New York Theological Seminary 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 500 Monday-Thursday; 11am to 4pm, or by appointment Phone (212) 870-1213 jreisig@nyts.edu The Burke Library– 1st Floor Reference Desk 3041 Broadway Tuesday and Thursday, 4– 7pm Phone (212) 851-5606
  3. 3. Required Publications Jerry Reisig, Access: Unlocking the Power of Research, A Guide to Library Resources and Information Literacy, 2nd ed. New York Theological Seminary, 2012.  Research skills at Columbia, NYTS and the Internet  Available at the front desk at NYTS Kate Turabian, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 7th ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008). ISBN 022682337  Formatting and footnote
  4. 4. Library Services NYTS students have full checkout privileges. Library Card is free and valid for one year, and can be renewed yearly as long as the patron is a current student, faculty, or staff member. Library hours for all of the Columbia libraries are available on the Columbia University Library website at http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/services/hour s/.
  5. 5. Services not Provided Access to Teachers College, the Law Library, or the Medical Library. Alumni/ae Access. Off-site access to the Columbia online databases and e-books. Inter-library Loan (ILL).
  6. 6. Three Things Needed to Begin Available from NYTS Regsitrar NYTS ID with current semester sticker Available at Butler Available at any Library NYTS Library
  7. 7. Obtaining a Columbia Card Get a current semester sticker for your NYTS ID from the NYTS Registrar. Go to the Library Information Office (LIO) at the Butler Library on the Columbia Campus, Room 201.  The LIO office is the first door to the left as you enter the library and before you pass through the security station. After you show your NYTS ID, your picture will be taken and a Columbia Library ID will be created in your name. Make sure that you are given a UNI ID.
  8. 8. UNIONRIVERSIDE CHURCH Burke Library NYTS ADMIN COLUMBIA Barnard LibraryBARNARD LIO Office Butler Library
  9. 9. Partnering with the New York Public Library Students do not have access to the Columbia Databases from Home NYTS students are required to get an NYPL card  Will allow access to essential databases such as ATLA Religion Database Available to all students who live, work in, go to school or pay taxes in New York state Go to any Branch or research library and apply for one Closest Branch on Broadway and 113th
  10. 10. The Burke Library During your graduate education, the most useful library for your research will probably be the Burke Library Housed on the Union Seminary Campus Largest theological Library in North America Theological Librarian on staff on 3rd Floor until 5pm I am the reference librarian Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm-7pm Students should visit me there so that I can help them develop their research projects
  11. 11. Types of Research Information Primary Sources  Writing from experience, biograpies, letters, novels, original works Secondary Sources  Writing that analyzes other work, most important of which are Journal articles Tertiary Sources  Data that a general analysis or which points to other data: dictionaries, encyclopedias, wikis, databases  Many professors do not permit its use in research papers
  12. 12. Accessing CLIO The Library Catalog of the Columbia, CLIO, can be accessed on the internet The Library Catalog contains only books and bound journals.  Itpoints to books but does not contain the text from them. Web site www.columbia.edu Access: Unlocking the Power of Research provides step by step procedures for accessing and searching on this site.
  13. 13. Go onto the Internet
  14. 14. Enter Columbia Address www.columbia.edu
  15. 15. Select Library
  16. 16. Select Catalogs
  17. 17. Select CLIO (Columbia’s Online Catalog
  18. 18. Scroll down anddetermine where youwant to search in the bibliographic record
  19. 19. We will be performing a Keyword Search
  20. 20. Enter Search terms
  21. 21. We will search forminjung, an important Korean theology
  22. 22. To View the BibliographicRecord, Click on the Title
  23. 23. You have found a book at a new library location, East Asian To find out about itslocation selection guide
  24. 24. View the Map of East Asian
  25. 25. The East Asian Collectionis Located in Kent hall on the Columbia Campus
  26. 26. SEARCHING BY TOPICUsing the Burke Library
  27. 27. Searching on Subject for Paper You have heard a great deal about same sex marriage and are bothered by it. What does the church believe about it? What does the Bible say about it? We are going to research this, not by searching for the word, but searching for categories of writings about it.
  28. 28. We will begin with a simple search on theKeyword homosexuality
  29. 29. The number of hits is far too large to investigate, so we need to limit the searchSince we are asking a question that concerns the bible and church, we will reduce oursearch to the Burke Library, the theological library of the Columbia System
  30. 30. The number of hits has reduced to 517 Since this is a time sensitivetopic, we will limit the search to the last 5 years
  31. 31. The number of hits hasfurther reduced to 137 The books found are clearly more related to theology and the bible than the first search The first title seems promising. To look at it, click on the title.
  32. 32. Although this book may beinteresting, we will not look at it. We are interested in its LC subject(s) One subject is of especial interest to our research: Homosexuality—Biblical teaching To see all books in the Burke Library that have that subject, select the subject
  33. 33. 38 Titles share the same LC category To view theentries, select the subject category
  34. 34. We will use the results to create a Bibliography Check page to select all entries on the PageSelect email to send these entries
  35. 35. Fill out the email information
  36. 36. Email the Information
  37. 37. You will receive an emailthat contains the entries
  38. 38. Highlight the Information
  39. 39. Paste into your DocumentTitle: Jesus, the Bible, and homosexuality : explode the myths, heal thechurch / Jack Rogers.Author: Rogers, Jack Bartlett.Published: Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, c2006. Bibliographic Entry Format for BookLastname, Firstname. Title: In Title Case. Publication Information Bibliographic EntryRogers, Jack Bartlett. Jesus the Bible, and Homosexuality: Explode the Myths, Heal the Church. Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, 2006.
  40. 40. USING THE NEW YORKPUBLIC LIBRARYSearching on the ATLA Religion Database
  41. 41. Databases at NYPL Because students cannot use Columbia Databases from home, they will access them through the New York Public Library. The ATLA Religion Database is the largest database of theological and biblical secondary literature in the western world. Password to these databases is the 14 digit code on the back of your NYPL library card Access to and Usage of ATLA explained in Access: Unlocking the Power of Research.
  42. 42. On the Internet go to theNew York Public Library at www.nypl.org
  43. 43. On the NYPL homepage, select Research
  44. 44. Select Articles and Databases
  45. 45. At Database title, type ebscohostSelect FIND
  46. 46. Select ebscohost
  47. 47. Input 14 Digit Code on Rear of Library CardSelect Login
  48. 48. Scroll Down to theATLA/ATLAS Religion Database
  49. 49. Select the ATLA Religion Database with ATLAS Serials
  50. 50. Select Advanced Search
  51. 51. Search in SU SubjectsFrom your earlier research enter the subject Homosexuality—biblical teaching Select Full Text
  52. 52. Scroll Down to view a document
  53. 53. Click on accompanyingPDF to view the original journal article
  54. 54. You can print the articleOr email the article to yourself
  55. 55. In order to Cite the article
  56. 56. Scroll down toTurabian/Chicago Humanities
  57. 57. Highlight and copy into Bibliography
  58. 58. Bibliography Paste into BibliographyBusenitz, Irvin A. "Marriage and homosexuality: toward a biblicalunderstanding." Masters Seminary Journal 19, no. 2 (September 1, 2008):203-216. ATLA Religion Database withATLASerials, EBSCOhost (accessed September 4, 2012). Change to Title CaseBusenitz, Irvin A. "Marriage and Homosexuality: Toward a BiblicalUnderstanding." Masters Seminary Journal 19, no. 2 (September 1, 2008):203-216. ATLA Religion Database withATLASerials, EBSCOhost (accessed September 4, 2012). Format CorrectlyBusenitz, Irvin A. "Marriage and Homosexuality: Toward a Biblical Understanding." Masters Seminary Journal 19, no. 2 (September 1, 2008): 203-216. ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials, EBSCOhost (accessed September 4, 2012).
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