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The library component of the Dean of Students / Student Affairs mandatory workshop on academic integrity for students caught plagiarizing.

The library component of the Dean of Students / Student Affairs mandatory workshop on academic integrity for students caught plagiarizing.

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  • Library reference help, anytime the library is open (24/7 during regular semesters) – email, chat, phone, and in-person
  • Image from http://waldenlibrary.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/research-expectations/
  • Topic: narrow by group of people, time period, point of view, location….Pull out key terms to use in search from research questionThink of synonymsTruncation (*)Boolean logic (AND/OR): AND narrows the search, including more requirements vs OR expands the search, including more optionsDemonstrate AND vs OR:
  • Image from Maxim.comThe more combinations you make (AND), the fewer Denzels there areThe fewer combinations you make (OR), the more Denzels there are
  • Back to this worksheet: fill out individuallyIf students can’t think of their own question, have them use: “…..
  • From Purdue LibrariesDiscussion question for class: How do you decide when to use Google or databases?Watch video
  • Hands-on timeShow students how to use ASC (basics): how to search, how to understand results, email/print/save articles, cite articlesDemonstrate the need to go back and revise and how research is a process
  • Ask students why they think citing sources would be important, why not just copy/paste stuff from articles or the internet into your paper?Discuss main reasons: giving credit to others (if you came up with an idea, would you want someone to pass it off as theirs without giving you credit?); making your work more credible (prove it) in not just papers for school that you might not use again but also in the work place, your future boss might ask you to find information that’s credible and have proof that it is accurate
  • Explain different styles / why there are different styles, there are Follow whichever one your instructor assignsExplain in-text citations, and that’s how you back up your points in the paper and so readers/your instructor knows which quote/paraphrase goes with which sourceTip for students: When taking notes, list the author/page number so you can keep track
  • Show citation guide and how different ways to cite based on type of sourceShow RefWorks support page, won’t be able to show sample, but explain what it does and more suited for graduate students or undergrads doing a great deal of research, but anyone is welcome to useExplain how students can use cite button in databases and worldcat local on library homepage to get citations (must double check formatted correctly though, sometimes there are errors in the automatic citations)
  • Have students complete Accidental Plagiarism: Don’t let it happen to you tutorial - http://www.library.arizona.edu/tutorials/accidental_plagiarism/
  • Take this course to:- Develop graduate-level information research skills- Conduct comprehensive literature reviews- Learn how to manage your references- Explore social media tools for academics- Learn about the open access movement- Understand copyright basicsRegister for LIBR 696a, in the Schedule of Classes, under Library Studies.For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/libr696a

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  • 1. LIBRARYSKILLS FORACADEMICINTEGRITYNICOLE PAGOWSKY, MLISUNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA LIBRARIES
  • 2. REASONS STUDENTSVIOLATE THE CODE• Lack of time • Not planning ahead• Procrastination • Expectations unclear• Laziness • Problems with• Hate the class citations• Hate the instructor • Pressure to succeed• Cultural issues • Not understanding• Difficulty writing what plagiarism is• Difficulty researching • Not understanding• Problems with note- how to paraphrase taking correctly From academic integrity surveys
  • 3. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN How to search library resources effectively How to identify the right resources you will need How to cite correctly in your work How to get help in the UA Libraries
  • 4. REMEMBER THIS You can always get help
  • 5. Research…AND THIS is a process and can get messy, but can also be rewarding
  • 6. SEARCH STRATEGYDEVELOPMENT1. Topic selection: know what you’re searching for2. Find keywords to use in searching library databases3. Evaluate and revise if necessary4. Develop a search statement
  • 7. Search Strategy Worksheet1. Topic Statement: _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ How do social networking sites affect _____________________________________________________ romantic relationships of college students? _____________________________________________________2. Identify Key Conceptssocial college romanticnetworking students relationships3. “Synonyms” (alternate / related terms) Facebook undergraduates dating Web 2.0 early adult* partnership romance4. Search Strings withKeywords, “Synonyms”, AND/OR/*(social networking OR Facebook OR Web 2.0) (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)AND AND(college students OR undergraduates OR early adult*) (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)AND AND (romantic relationships OR dating OR partnership OR (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)romance)
  • 8. AND VS OR
  • 9. Search Strategy Worksheet1. Topic Statement: _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ How do social networking sites affect _____________________________________________________ romantic relationships of college students? _____________________________________________________2. Identify Key Conceptssocial college romanticnetworking students relationships3. “Synonyms” (alternate / related terms) Facebook undergraduates dating Web 2.0 early adult* partnership romance4. Search Strings withKeywords, “Synonyms”, AND/OR/*(social networking OR Facebook OR Web 2.0) (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)AND AND(college students OR undergraduates OR early adult*) (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)AND AND (romantic relationships OR dating OR partnership OR (_______________OR _______________ OR _______________)romance)
  • 10. LIBRARY DATABASESVS GOOGLE Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuOURskjrQI
  • 11. BUTWHERETOSTART?SUBJECTGUIDES!LIBRARYTOOLSTAB(D2L)!
  • 12. TAKE A DATABASEFOR A SPIN Library Homepage Search & Find Articles & Databases Academic Search Complete
  • 13. CITATIONS: WHYBOTHER?
  • 14. CITATION STYLESAPA (Social Sciences, Business, Sciences)Wildcat, W. (2012). Psychological motivations of mascots. Cat Journal, 5, 343-355. In text: (Wildcat, 2012, p. 349)MLA (English, Humanities)Wildcat, Wilma. “Psychological Motivations of Mascots.“ Cat Journal 5.3 (2012):343-55. In text: (Wildcat 2012)Chicago (History)Wildcat, Wilma. “Psychological Motivations of Mascots." Cat Journal 5, no. 3(2012): 343-55. In text: (Wildcat 2012, 349) From xkcd.com
  • 15. REMEMBER: YOU DON’THAVE TO MEMORIZE UA Libraries Citation Guide UA Libraries Tutorials Citation management software (RefWorks) Citation function in some databases + Worldcat
  • 16. WANT MORE?(UNDERGRADS)
  • 17. WANT MORE? (GRADS)
  • 18. FIND HELP WHEN YOUNEED IT www.library.arizona.edu/ask Phone Email & Chat In Person