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Using Reference Tools is a presentation I give as part of South Sioux City Public Library's Computer Classes.

Using Reference Tools is a presentation I give as part of South Sioux City Public Library's Computer Classes.

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    Using reference tools Using reference tools Presentation Transcript

    • Using Reference Tools Introducing Digital and Print Tools
    • What happened to all the referencebooks? We still have print reference – Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature – Nebraska Statutes – Auto Reference – Music, Art. Literature and Social Science reference We have many more reference tools available via Nebraska Access.
    • How Do I Find Print Resources?
    • 000-099 Computers and General Works
    • 100-199 Philosophy & Psychology
    • 200-299 Religion
    • 300-399 Social Science
    • 400-499Languages
    • 500-599Science
    • 600-699 Technology- Applied Science
    • 700-799Arts & Recreation
    • 800-899Literature
    • 900-999 History and Geography
    • What is Nebraska AccessNebraskAccess offers free 24/7 access to websites selected by librarians, full-text government publications and Nebraska historical resources. Nebraska residents are also provided with free online access to thousands of full-text magazine, journal, and newspaper articles, biographical and business information, genealogical resources, and more.
    • Websites selected by Librarians Here you can browse topics Search the site Find interesting monthly topics.
    • Full-text Government Publications Publications are listed alphabetically by agency name. Some are in .pdf format, which makes the electronic version of the document look the same as it appears in print.
    • Nebraska Historical ResourcesNebraska Memories is a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. Nebraska Memories is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission.
    • Full-Text Magazine, Journal NewspaperArticles
    • Magazines, Newspapers etc eLibrary – Newspapers – Books – Maps – Pictures – Websites – Audio/Video
    • Biography Reference Bank“is an in-depth 100% full-text biographical resource, providing comprehensive coverage of people in the news and a full range of history-makers.” Search by birth/ death dates Limit to biographies with pictures Limit by bio & obit
    • Genealogy: HeritageQuest Searches Census 1790-1930 Search family & Local History books PERSI- People, Places & Periodicals Search Revolutionary War Databases Freedman’s Bank U.S. Serial Sets
    • Additional Resources Books in Print Fiction Collection Nonfiction Collection First Search World Cat