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Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
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Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
Ed found 243 fall 2010 (shuffelton)2
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  • Wilson Web: wisconsin AND "public schools" AND ("state aid" OR funding OR finance)
  • Wilson Web: wisconsin AND "public schools" AND ("state aid" OR funding OR finance)
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    • 1. Finding Sources for Your Research PaperEDFOUND 243 – FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY
    • 2. Game Plan
      Scholarly publications
      • Peer-reviewed articles
      • 3. Books
      Planning your search strategy:
      • Subject terms & keywords
      • 4. Search tips: Boolean searching
      HALCat: Locating books, ebooks, and scholarly journals
      • Gathering more keywords & terms
      Databases: Locating scholarly articles
      Workshop
    • 5. Required Sources
      One book and one peer-reviewed journal article
      OR
      Four peer-reviewed
      journal articles and/or
      chapters from edited
      books
    • 6. Journal Articles(peer-reviewed, scholarly)
      • Written by researchers/experts in the field
      • 7. Refereed Journals: Articles are reviewed by other experts(peers) before publication
      • 8. Published less often than magazines and newspapers
      • 9. Goal: to present research and provide research-based examples of best practices
      • 10. References included
      • 11. Less commercial by nature
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    • 12. Book Sources
      • Popular press vs. scholarly press
      • 13. Print OR digital format
      • 14. Background information
      • 15. Broad view of a topic
      • 16. Bibliography
      • 17. Publishing process ... a long time
      • 18. Edited collections
    • Book Sources
      • Popular press vs. scholarly press
      • 19. Print OR digital format
      • 20. Background information
      • 21. Broad view of a topic
      • 22. Bibliography
      • 23. Publishing process ... a long time
      • 24. Edited collections
    • 25. *
      ?
      Truncation
      Search different forms of the same word starting with the root
      Expands a search (more results!)
      Examples:
      divers* = diverse, diversity….
      educat* = education, educate….
      teach* = teacher, teaching…
      cat* = cat, cats, cataclysm, catatonic…
    • 26. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 27. Boolean Operator: OR
      Search different forms of the same word
      Expands a search (more results!)
      Synonyms
      Examples
      (diversity OR multicultural)
      (education OR teaching OR school*)
    • 28. Boolean Operator: AND
      • Connects different search concepts
      • 29. Narrows the search (more specific)
      • 30. Results in fewer books, articles…
      diversity AND education
      diversity education education
      diversity
    • 31. ( )
      Boolean Operator: Nesting
      Use when combining with both OR & AND
      Algebra order of operation: Start with what’s in parenthesis.
      Examples
      (diversity OR multicultural) AND film
      (diversity OR multicultural) AND education
    • 32. “ ”
      Boolean Operator: Phrases
      Multiple words must be adjacent to each other in the title, abstract, or full text.
      Examples
      “New York City”
      “bilingual education”
      But please, not “students”
    • 33. Test Run!
      I want to find out about inequities (if there are any) in funding for public schools in the state of Wisconsin.
      Step 1: pick out key terms
      Step 2: synonyms for funding
      state aid
      finance
      budget
      Wilson Web:
      wisconsinAND "public schools" AND ("state aid" OR funding OR finance)
    • 34. LibGuide
      EdFound243: Foundations of Education in a Pluralistic Society Prof. Amy Shuffelton
      http://libguides.uww.edu/edfound243

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