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Spring 2010 and Fall 2010

Spring 2010 and Fall 2010
needs revision but wanted to keep track of first presentation format that matched English 102 ILI learning objectives. More to follow.
8/26/10

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5th draft tracy english 102 in process powerpoint 5th draft tracy english 102 in process powerpoint Presentation Transcript

  • English 102 Library Instruction
    Welcome
    What to expect today
    Active Searching
    Take Notes
    Quiz at end of Class
  • By the end of the week...Create a NetLibrary Account Create an InterLibrary Loan (I.L.L.) Account Create an EbscoHost Account
  • TYPES OF INFORMATION RESOURCES
    Scholarly vs. Non-Scholarly
    Primary vs. Secondary
    Government Documents
    Print vs. Electronic
    Databases vs. Websites
  • The Difference is..
    Scholarly vs.
    Non-Scholarly
    Articles written by scholars in the field of study
    References provided for further research
    Peer-Reviewed by other scholars in the field of study
    No advertising, very plain and dry
    Articles written by journalists not scholars in field
    No references are provided
    Not Peer-Reviewed
    Advertising, glossy photos and more visually entertaining
  • The Difference is….
    Primary
    secondary
    A Primary source is a document or a physical object written or created during the actual time period
    A Secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources.
  • PRIMARY SOURCES
    NEWSPAPERS
    DIARIES
    LETTERS
    MEMOIRS
    ORAL HISTORIES
    CREATIVE WORKS
    ARTIFACTS
    BOOKS from time period
  • SECONDARY SOURCES
    SCHOLARLY OR POPULAR BOOKS
    SCHOLARLY JOURNAL ARTICLES
    ENCYCLOPEDIAS
    TEXTBOOKS
  • Federal Depository Library
    Government Documents include:
    International
    Regional
    Local Government Materials
    Print, Microform, CD-ROM ,Online
    Government Documents
    are excellent Primary Resources
  • Print vs. Electronic
    Physical In-house Collection
    Vs.
    Electronic Collection
  • Boolean Operators
    AND:
    • Narrows your search results
    OR:
    • Expands your search results
    NOT:
    • Excludes search results that contain the search term directly after “NOT”
  • ESSENTIAL DATABASES
    ACADEMIC SEARCH COMPLETE
    JSTOR
    PROJECT MUSE
    POP CULTURE UNIVERSE
    CQ RESEARCHER
  • Boolean Operators
    “Or is More”
  • Boolean Operators
    “And is Less ”
  • Internet Evaluation
    Currency
    Authority
    Purpose
    Objectivity
    Writing Style
    =
    CAPOW
  • Citing your Sources
    Why?
    How?
    Visit the Writing Center!
    Uphold Academic Integrity Policy
  • ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY
    McNeese State University seeks to strengthen the value of student academic achievement by fostering a learning environment which is based on honesty, respect, fairness, responsibility, and excellence.
    Consequently, the University expects that all members of its academic community will demonstrate honesty and integrity in all academic relationships.
  • Need more ideas?
    www.pbs.org
    www.loc.gov and American Memory Project
    www.npr.org
    www.nytimes.com
    www.latimes.com
    www.storycorps.com