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  • 1. LOVE YOUR LIBRARYDATABASES / CITE YOURSOURCESMs. Doyle, Librarian
  • 2. Objectives• Know what databases your can use for free• Know what a peer-reviewed journal article is and how to find one• Know how to find the important parts of an academic journal article, including the abstract• Review basic rules for citing sources
  • 3. Why use a database?School pays foraccessEdited/factcheckedAcademicsources – peerreviewed journalarticlesOften includecitations
  • 4. How to Find the DatabasesGo to your school’s website Under Library, choose Online Research Tools or Library Home Page
  • 5. WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA
  • 6. GROLIER ENCYCLOPEDIA
  • 7. ENCYCLOPEDIAS – thumbs up or down Haveyou used World Book or Grolier online? Would you find in-depth information? Would you find opinions about a topic? Would you find newspaper and magazine articles?
  • 8. CULTUREGRAMS
  • 9. OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS
  • 10. OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS
  • 11. SIRS RESEARCHER
  • 12. SIRS RESEARCHER/KNOWLEDGESOURCE
  • 13. DEFINE TERMS – volunteer to read? Academic journal – a publication with peer-reviewed articles about an academic discipline (medicine, art, literature)Academic or not?NewsweekPeopleJournal of the American Medical AssociationSports IllustratedEuropean History Quarterly
  • 14. DEFINE TERMS – volunteer to read?2. Peer-reviewed – experts in that academic field evaluate articles before they are published
  • 15. GALE POWERSEARCH
  • 16. GALE POWERSEARCH
  • 17. GALE POWERSEARCHLimit toAcademicJournals44 articlesfound
  • 18. GALE POWERSEARCHCheck “peer-reviewed” box to limit search – now only 40 articles
  • 19. DEFINE TERMSAbstract:Shortsummary ofthe wholearticle. Findthe abstractat beginning.
  • 20. FIND MOST IMPORTANT DETAILSUseheadingsto findimportantpoints
  • 21. FIND MORE INFORMATIONUse WorksCited list totrack downmoreinformation
  • 22. CITE YOUR SOURCESIn adatabase,use theCitationTool
  • 23. CITE YOUR SOURCESOr use Citation Maker,Easybib, etc. to makeyour own.
  • 24. Works Cited Page
  • 25. HOW to Cite Your SourcesWhat’s wrong with this Works Cited list?
  • 26. In-Text CitationAll 3 of the above refer back to the Works Cited list:
  • 27. MORE CITATION QUESTIONS? Search for “Purdue OWL”:
  • 28. OTHER QUESTIONS? Ms. Doyle – doylem@loswego.k12.or.us

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