You might recognise some of the topics on the screen as those you are expected to research for your projects/essays…but how do you find sources of information?(Let them answer) Internet, Books, Journal articles (what is a journal?) Trade Journals, and newspapers.
Ok so today I will show you how to find and use some of those resources.We will look at the library catalogue and how to locate a book and request it if it is not available.We will take a look at Business Source Complete, Passport GMID and Summon which is an academic search engine. I will show you how to refine your search (make it better) for each of these.And finally, I will show you how to create nice easy references when you find information.
The first thing you must always do is to log into MyUnihub. Why? Because not only will you have access to all of your own personal information but if you log into MyUnihub then you can access everything I show you today from home. Demonstrate by logging in yourself SR1109, Manchester1 and bring them to the library catalogue.#Using globalisation (82) first then globalization (726) then globali*ation (768)Then organi*ational structures
Links we’ll be using today.
(Can use catalogue on standalone machines in library – just to check holdings/locations etc, no need to login)
Ask class how much they think we spend on resources every year? 2011/12 £1.1 millionBooks: ‘We have books which cover all subjects, including e-books which you can download onto a student PC, your laptop, I-phone or I-pad. On the spine of each book you will see a label and there are 4 different types that you may see. (Have example 7, 14, 28 day loan and Ref only book). As UGs you can borrow 12 books at a time. As PGs you can borrow 14 books at a time. Now I will show you how to find something using the library catalogue. Using globalisation (82) first then globalization (726) then globali*ation (768)Then organi*ational structures
Links we’ll be using today.
At the top you will notice that the Databases have been divided into alphabetical order. We want Business Source Complete which begins with a B so we will click on B. You can find Proquest Newsstand by clicking on P and so on.
Let me give you a little demonstration of Business Source Complete.
To access Summon again go to the My Library Portlet then click on Summon and give it a go.
So that is all for today everyone. If you need further help contact me. I have drop in sessions in the Williams building on most Fridays at 12.15-1.15 and then again at 1.45-2.45 (at the moment in WG03)
1. Looking for resources International Foundation Programme Suzanne Rushe email@example.com
2. Sustainability Globalisation sustainable consumptionbusiness & organisational structuresENERGY sources/nuclear POWER SOCIAL NETWORKINGhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/milagraceari/4618671983/
3. Today we will look at..• Library Catalogue• Useful databases• Refining your search• Creating references
4. UniHub home page and login http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/
5. The Library Catalogue• Database - lists all the material (books, journals etc.) held in the libraries at Hendon and Archway• You can use any campus library, or via the library catalogue, you can request books from Archway campus to be sent here for you to collect
6. Books on the shelf612.044 HAY, 612.044 WIL, 613.7 SPO
7. Business Source Complete
8. Click B and scrolldown to till you find Business Source Complete
9. Click onBusiness SourceComplete
10. Click Find all my search Click Apply terms related words Click Full Text
11. Enter your searchwords - and then click the Search button
12. You can narrowyour results to a particular date range
13. You can narrowyour results to aparticular type of source
14. Click to expand thelinks for a selection of terms to narrow your results and choose a relevant term
15. Click on the title to getan abstract (summary) of the article
16. Or add the information to You can email your “Folder” details to yourselfClick on full text to read the article You can reference the article by clicking on „‟Cite‟‟
17. Passport GMID
18. Do not enter your details. Click on BackPassport GMID to Login instead.
19. Accept the Terms &Conditions
20. Enter your search terms &click on …
21. Refine byCountry
22. Now chose whicheverarticle/report you like
24. Enter your searchwords – and then click the Search button
25. You canRefine your search to full text JournalArticles etc.
26. You can narrow your results to a particular subject termYou can narrow yourresults to a particular date range
27. Click on the title to get an abstract (summary) of the article You can Refine your searchusing differentSubject Terms and change the Date
28. You can email details to yourselfClick on full text to read the article
29. Add articles to your “Folder”Then click onFolder to seethe items you have chosen
30. You canemail thearticles to yourself You can print the articles
31. Click on Harvard to create your references
32. Now you can email thereferences to yourself Or you can print them out
33. Today we have looked at..• Library Catalogue• Useful databases• Refining your search• Creating references
34. Need further help? Your Librarian is : Suzanne Rushe firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8411 2168http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/PresessionalandInternationalFoundationProgramme