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Jews in film

  1. 1. JWST 23200:Jews in Filmand FictionPamela GillespieAssociate Dean & Chief Librarianprgcc@sci.ccny.cuny.edu
  2. 2. Now typein the urlandchoose―JewishStudies.‖Then clickon theguide forthis class.Write this down: http://libguides.ccny.cuny.edu/
  3. 3. Make your browser your research base – get the LibXToolbar. When you click the toolbar icon, the ‗search‘box for the library catalog opens. Click ―Links‖ to bringup the quick list of research tools:
  4. 4. What materials should I use andwhere should I look for them?• BOOKS• ARTICLES• ESSAYS• LIBRARY CATALOG• DATABASES• LITERARY CRITICISMStart on the Library url you just wrote down:http://libguides.ccny.cuny.edu/
  5. 5. Use the library catalog to find books and e-books, governmentdocuments and audio visual materials.When you enter the catalog from our web site, you enter theseparate City College catalog.
  6. 6. And I limited the search to the―Film Studies‖ & ―Jewish Studies‖categories.
  7. 7. Google Scholar isa subset ofGoogle that willprovide scholarlyresearch journalsand books.To go directlyinto the full textof content youfind, go toGoogle Scholarfrom the ―G‖page link.
  8. 8. Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool tohelp you collect, organize, and citeyour research sources. It lives rightwhere you do your work—in yourweb browser. Zotero.orgDownload the software for your browser, and thendrag and drop your citations into Zotero using theicon. When you have all your materials collected,highlight the list and pick a citation style – MLA iswhat you need for this class – and Zotero will do theformatting.Citing Your Sources

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