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Cpd 150 for hrm students

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    • CPD 150 for HRM students SCC Library Introduction Danielle Carlock 480 425 6765 d.carlock@sccmail.maricopa.edu
    • AT THE LIBRARY.. Technology  Computers & printers  Laptop checkout  Student ID cards Study areas  Group study rooms  Individual study areas
    • PHYSICAL LIBRARY MATERIALS Books  There are some overall sections:  General, Reference, Career  Organized by subject Current newspapers & magazines (“current periodicals section”) DVDs  Mixed into the book stacks, organized by subject Some textbooks, on “reserve”
    • ELECTRONIC LIBRARYMATERIALS• Accessible anywhere, anytime……..  Online databases (most contain articles, but some contain images or reference)  E books (online books)• For any electronic resource, must login with your MEID when off campus
    • HOW TO GET ASSISTANCE Research assistance  Face to face  Phone  24/7 chat  Text  Research guides
    • The two different logins at SCCSCC “CLIENT LOGIN MEIDAccess campus computers Access BlackBoardPrint from campus computers Access my.MaricopaAccess my SCC Access GmailAccess your H drive (files/folders on Access library resources remotelyserver) When in doubt, the library reference desk (480 423 6651) or the SCC help desk (480 423 6274) can help you
    • Who’s website is this & why should I trust it? Look at the domain to get an overall sense of what type of website it is:DOMAIN DESCRIPTION.EDU College/university or K-12 school; sites can be official pages of the institution or personal pages (of faculty, students, etc).COM OR .NET Commercial organizations (i.e. companies, corporations). Might be the official pages of the company. May also be personal pages hosted by a company..ORG Non profit organization (charities, foundations, service organizations)..GOV Official US government websites.
    • EVALUATING WEBSITESCRITERIA EXPLANATIONWHO Who wrote the page? Are they an expert on the topic?WHAT What does the author say is the purpose of the site? What information is included on the site?WHERE Where does the information come from?WHEN When was the site created? When was it last updated?WHY Why should (or shouldn’t) I use this information? Is it useful for me?