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The Game Plan:<br />Reference and Periodicals sections<br />Professional publications<br />What they are<br />Where to find them<br />Planning your search strategy:<br />Subject terms & keywords<br />Search tips: Boolean searching<br />Testing your strategy in PsychInfo<br />
Journal Articles<br />peer reviewed, scholarly, or refereed journal<br />Written by researchers and experts in the field<br />A list of references cited is included at the end of the article <br />Published less often than magazines and newspapers<br />Articles are reviewed by other experts before being published<br />
Journal Articles: Browsing<br />To which Sp.Ed. journals does HAL subscribe?<br />Go to http://uww.edu Library<br />2. Click Catalog (at left)<br />
Plan your search strategy:<br />Identify Keywords and Subject Terms:<br /><ul><li> Articles and course readings
Subject Headings/Descriptors in databases</li></ul>Hmmm. Asperger or Asperger s’?<br />
Reference Universe:<br />Some items are accessible online, while others are in Andersen Library’s reference collection.<br />Click “View” to see index entries and gather related search terms.<br />“Subject Headings” are another way to help narrow a topic.<br />
Plan your search strategy:<br />Phrase Searching<br />Use “quotation marks” to indicate that words must be next to each other in a title, abstract, or full-text article:<br /><ul><li>“Down Syndrome”