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CPD 150 Group Projects

  1. 1. WELCOME CPD STUDENTS! Please sit near your group members
  2. 2. Danielle Carlock 480 425 6765 d.carlock@sccmail.maricopa.edu
  3. 3. Learn about library services & materials For your topic find: • One newspaper/magazine article • One website • One book
  4. 4.  Some slides will give you a chance to answer a question with your ResponseCard (“clicker”)  Use only buttons 1/A through 0/J  Press a button once; the display on your clicker will show your choice  You can press a different button to change your answer as long as “polling: open” is displayed
  5. 5. Yes No 0%0% 1. Yes 2. No
  6. 6. Printing & copying W irelessinternet Research assistance Tutoring Laptop checkouts Group study room s 0% 0% 0% 11% 78% 11% 1. Printing & copying 2. Wireless internet 3. Research assistance 4. Tutoring 5. Laptop checkouts 6. Group study rooms
  7. 7. Belocated in the m ain/... Available foryou to che... Atthereservedesk 39% 28% 33%1. Located in the main/general stacks of books 2. Available for you to checkout for the whole semester 3. At the reserve desk
  8. 8. Callthelibrary Use chat Com eto the reference deskAnyoftheabove 0% 72% 28% 0% 1. Call the library 2. Use chat 3. Come to the reference desk 4. Any of the above
  9. 9.  The library website is at:  http://library.scottsdalecc.edu/  You can Google us or get to us from the SCC Website  Some important sections of the site: • Databases • Research Guides • Library catalog • How to get help
  10. 10. One member of each group-please write your group’s topic down on one of the small whiteboards
  11. 11. One newspaper/magazine article One website One book (textbook can count) Let’s look at how to find these materials
  12. 12. Use search engines (databases) available through the library webpage. Library Databases/Search Engines Google These databases are limited to newspaper/magazine/journal articles Can be a needle in a haystack to find newspaper/magazine articles There is no charge to access the articles Often have to pay to access the articles
  13. 13. Can only be accessed from through library website Must know your MEID or SCC login to get access off campus There are several dozen databases Recommended databases: Academic One File or National Newspaper
  14. 14. 1. Go to the library website: http://library.scottsdalecc.edu/ 2. Click on the Databases tab 3. Click on Academic One File 4. If off campus, enter your MEID or SCC login when prompted 5. Begin your search!
  15. 15. 1. Type your search words into the box 2. Click on “limit to documents with full text” 3. Look at the results in the “Magazines” and “News” tabs 4. Click “Full text” or “PDF” to open, save, email, or print articles
  16. 16. WORK WITH YOUR GROUP TO FIND AT LEAST ONE USEFUL MAGAZINE/NEWSPAPER ARTICLE FOR YOUR PROJECT
  17. 17. There’s a lot of information out there. Be choosy and find the best sites: CRITERIA DESCRIPTION AUTHORITY Can I trust the person or organization that created the site? CONTENT Does the site have information I can use? CURRENCY Is the site up to date? OBJECTIVITY Does the site present a balanced viewpoint on the topic?
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19.  http://www.google.com/advanced_search Example: your topic is stress management in college students. Sites in the .edu domain might be best. Limit to that domain.
  20. 20. Look on the page to see who created the page: • About us • Bottom of page See if there is any information about the group or person’s credentials.
  21. 21.  “College students” and “stress management”  Analyze two of the hits for authority: • Stress management techniques for college students- http://www.essortment.com/family/stressmanagemen_ sifb.htm • University Health Center | A Wellness Lifestyle Approach • www.uhs.uga.edu/stress/wellnesslifestyle.html
  22. 22. CRITERIA DESCRIPTION CONTENT Does the site have information I can use? CURRENCY Is the site up to date? OBJECTIVITY Does the site present a balanced viewpoint of the topic?
  23. 23. WORKING WITH YOUR GROUP, FIND AT LEAST 1 WEBSITE THAT MEETS ALL THE CRITERIA OF A HIGH QUALITY SITE:CRITERIA DESCRIPTION AUTHORITY Can I trust the person or organization that created the site? CONTENT Does the site have information I can use? CURRENCY Is the site up to date? OBJECTIVITY Does the site present a balanced viewpoint of the topic?
  24. 24. Use the library catalog on the SCC Library website Demonstration Work with your group to find one book on your topic

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