Live Library Session - HistoryPresentation Transcript
WELCOME TO Intro to databases for HISTORY research I’m Heidi and we’ll be starting shortly. Use chat on the right hand side of the page to introduce yourself! If you did not follow the prompts to Join Integrated VOIP, please join now by going to CommunicateIntegratedVOIPJoin Conference All attendees microphones are muted. If you’d like to speak, please click
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Today I’ll be covering… Developing a research strategy Using JSTOR and key EBSCO databases for history Mining bibliographies by searching in Periodicals A to Z and the library catalog.
Developing a Research Strategy Developing and Analyzing Your Topic ??? Image by Envios http://www.flickr.com/photos/envios/93679057/
Developing a Research Strategy Keywords: The Secret to Successful Library Searches Image by Search Engine People Blog http://www.flickr.com/photos/sepblog/3941048713/
strategic bombing air power airborne bombing aerial aerial bombing Aerial attacks What was the role of aerial attacks in World War II? World War II Allies Nazis Second World War Allied Forces Luftwaffe European Theater Germany (specific) United States (specific) Pacific Theater The Blitz (specific campaign) Britain (specific) Normandy invasion (specific battle)
Developing a Research Strategy Constructing an Effective Search Image by Roberto Verzo http://www.flickr.com/photos/verzo/4520560570/ Research is a Process!
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