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Inria : Find & improve information literacy (by Gaëlle Rivérieux)

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INRIA Scientifical and Technical Information Service describes a method for successfully finding scientific informations and help to improve information literacy.

INRIA Scientifical and Technical Information Service describes a method for successfully finding scientific informations and help to improve information literacy.

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  • 1. Method for finding informations & improve your information literacy Gaëlle Rivérieux – Service IST
  • 2. Finding information in 3 steps -
  • 3. 1/ Delimit subject, define your research strategy
    • Increasing of information sources is so important that it is necessary to carefully organize yourself
    • Clarify limits of your research topic, Prepare the ground
    • Separate content…
        • What are the borders of your research ?
        • Find Keywords, leading « authors »
        • Define date, location, technology, scientific discipline, interdisciplinarity…  limits
    • … and form
        • Publications type…(article, book, chapter…)
        • Informations repository…
        • Informations sources..(grey literature, peer-reviewed literature…..)
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  • 4. 2/ Searching information
    • 1st step
        • Classify documentary researchs sorted by « information silos » (look next slide)
        • Be careful not to forget resources potentially significant
        • Use specialized MetaEngine : OIAster, Scirus, Google Scholar…
        • Don’t forget multimedia contents
        • Avoid a random method
  • 5. EMETTEUR - NOM DE LA PRESENTATION Search stage Information Silos Type of information provided Buidling Skeleton Directories Find definitions, keywords, basics of research Encyclopedia, Table datas Find definitions, news concepts, new words , given by specialists Libraries catalogs (Inria, Insa, Sudoc, UJF…) Books, Manuals, Synthesis ; references ; notes, bibliographies ; index…  Metadatas Bibliographies Identify key resources : leading authors, books, conferences…  Metadatas Building Muscle Editors websites (SpringerLink, ACM Digital Library…) Articles journals, proceedings articles, conferences proceedings…..  Full text available via INRIA subscriptions Databases (Web of Science, Pubmed…) Articles journals, proceedings articles, conferences proceedings…..  Full text available via INRIA subscriptions Open Archives Websites (Hal, ArXiv, OAIster…) Full text, bibliographics references….(papers, phd thesis, courses, and more…)  Full text available Brain Stage Patents, standards (ISO…), Technical reports, European Projects (CORDIS).. Define your technological position ; New opportunities ; Technical State of Art …  Datas, grey literature… Scientific events, Directories of scientifics events, Blogs, forums… « Invisible college », news, scientific « integration », scientific « watch », define leading events to follow….  Meetings, Exchanges, Scientific Social Network…
  • 6. 2/ Search 00 MOIS 2011 -
    • 2 nd step –
    • Apply the same procedure every time as an industrial process 
    • Use the « raking » technical
    • To create a precise and thorough search for information you will need to spend some time gathering together relevant search terms
    • You can practice many of the search techniques to improve your information literacy and search into the DeepWeb …
    • Balance between noise
    • and silence
    Advanced search How to ? Using the right keyword  controlled vocabulary, using brackets «  » Boolean logic  AND +, OR | , NOT - Nested searches (this type of searching is supported in many resources)  create more complex Boolean logic statements. : {pets NOT (cats OR dogs)} AND behaviour Proximity  SAME, NEAR, W n Truncation (right, left..)  * % ? Wildcard  * ? Inside word Saved searches
    • Save a search to run at a later date
    •  particularly useful if your search statement is complex and lengthy to enter
  • 7. 3/ Exploit
    • While visiting websites and reading papers  collecting references
    • save .pdf
    • recording & using citations : http://referencesbibliographiques.insa-lyon.fr/rediger-des-references
    • U sing a reference management software is very usefull :
        • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_reference_management_software
        • http://iww.inria.fr/fabrica/ >> Gérer une bibliographie
        • http://www.projet-plume.org/
    • some of them are able to extract metadata directly from the .pdf,
    • automatically generate bibliographies
    • can help to collaborate with other scientists online
    • easily import papers from other research software
    • find relevant papers based on what you’re reading….
    • and more features to discover….
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  • 8. Any questions ? Contact : doc@inrialpes.fr Thank you

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