Recap of inductionE.g.s of Book and journal to show them?
So now that you know a bit about the resources the library has, we are going to think about where can you find information. So for example, if you are given an essay to write, where would you start to look for information? (Let them tell you - Books, Newspaper, online, Journals,). Briefly explain what a journal is
5-ish minutes – then go to feedback
Top link = Countdown theme tune (can start 25 seconds in)2nd link = 10 second countdown (silent film style)
Good for: broad/general overview of subjectEdited for quality and accuracyNot so good for:May not be specific enoughCan be out of date
Good for:Easy to use/searchAll subjects coveredCan be very up-to-dateMobileNot so good for:No editorial controlUnreliable sourcesCan be created by anyoneMaterial can lack provenanceCan be out-of-dateNot everyone has access
Good for:Up-to-dateEditedReadily available (latest copies especially)Not so good for:Can be biasCan be unbalancedCan be sensationalistHard to get hold of/access (back issues)
Good for:Up-to-dateSpecialist/focussedPresent latest researchEdited for accuracy/quality (peer reviewed)Lots of referencesNot so good for:Can be hard to locate/accessExpensiveMay be too specificMay be at wrong level
Where are the Psychologybooks? (Let them tell you – might have found them already)Does anyone know what the numbers are?Books in various places, e-books etc. Where - How. Shelfmarks as different aspects of subject.Need to use library catalogue!
To prove the resources are spread around and they cannot browse!
UniHub as the way to access ALL useful information, including Library resourcesNB: If you only remember one thing from today then remember that you can access all MDX library resources by logging into MyUniHub
Get them to login. [Use Firefox]
Links we’ll be using today.
(Can use catalogue on standalone machines in library – just to check holdings/locations etc, no need to login)Little bit about self issue
What information will you need to use to find the book?
Run through a few live searches – get them to specify what to search from each example on the next slideExamples:Myers. D. (2013) Psychology. 10th ed. New York: Worth.Howitt, D. and Cramer, D. (2011) Introduction to research methods in psychology, 3rd ed. Harlow: Prentice Hall. Greene, J. and d’Oliveira, M. (1999) Learning to use statistical tests in psychology, 2nd ed. Buckingham: OUP.
Examples:too vague ‘Psychology’, too specific ‘Myers. D. (2013) Psychology. ‘ (copy and pasting)how to use general keyword search effectivelyImportance of using the catalogue – not all on 1st floor!Subject search – get them to shout examples - Questions...feedback to group
Get them to shout out things they’ve been interested in and do a few general keyword searches (highlight within record subject headings and linking through from them) Point 3 example: If I am interested in ‘frustration theory’ there are not any books on this. However If I search ‘personality psychology’ or ‘abnormal psychology’ I can find the relevant area and some of these books will have relevant chapters in their contents.
Books are arranged by number, and then that alphabetically by letter part of shelf number (author/title)Get them to hold shelf numbers and everyone to shout out and arrange them.
Get them each to hold a classmark and the rest of the group shout out to move them left and right into the correct order
[Demo on next slide]. Can browse (some) e-books by using ‘ebook’ as keyword.‘Hogg Blackwell Social Psychology’ Or‘Ebook psychoanalysis’ for browsing
‘Sugarman Life span’ general keyword search – show results list – the 2 results are print and eShow what it looks like
Little bit about demand and encourage to use eBooks
Only other username/password they will need – reminder on screen.
Mention charges for overdue requested books - £10 if not returned within 7 days of due date. Work co-operatively.
For renewing books.Only other username/password they will need – reminder on screen.
Responsibility to renew books to avoid charges.Most reading list books are 7 days
Compare to book – no publisher details + vol & issue
We will be looking at how to find ‘Articles on a topic’ when you don’t know all the details next week.
REMIND ABOUT UNIHUBRemind about Print journals:‘Behavioural and brain Sciences’‘Psychologist’
Get someone up and support them in doing a search
Point out:The sorts of information provided – today’s training materials (will be under Information Skills)Contact detailsIf there’s time, ask the students to start exploring – e.g. Find the referencing guide or databases have a look for themselves (later) at UniHub pages and Subject Guides – we’ll cover more in 2nd session
Mention that they can make appointments through LibGuide and find my contact info (will sort this week)
Today we are going to cover...• What sorts of resources are available for your studies• How to find books and journals on your reading lists• Requesting and renewing books• Using the library pages on myUniHub and Library subject guides
Types of informationExercise 1:1. Each group will be given a pack of cards2. The cards contain the names of 4 different resources3. Match together the correct: Resource Type + Definition + “Good for” + “Not so good for”
BooksWhat are they: A written or printed work of fiction or fact. May be electronic.Good for: Clear overviewNot so good for: Up to date information
Web pagesWhat are they: An information resource which can be easily created by anyone on any topic. Electronic.Good for: Very up to date informationNot so good for: Accurate and reliable information
NewspapersWhat are they: A regular publication containing current events, informative articles, diverse features and advertising. May be electronic.Good for: Daily informationNot so good for: Balanced and well researched information
JournalsWhat are they: A regular publication containing articles on a particular academic subject. Presents new research.Good for: Latest research, critically reviewed by expertsNot so good for: Broad overview of a subject
Where are the Psychology books? Educational psychology SocialDevelopmental 370.15 psychology 302psychology 155 Dreams ; psychology 154.63 Psychology 150 Clinical Psychology ONLINE and Psychiatry 616.89 Psycholinguistics Health psychology 401.9 610.19
Why you need to use the library catalogue!Abnormal 616.89 Neuropsych 612.82Clinical 616.89 Occupational 158.7Developmental 155.4 Psychoanalysis 150.195Educational 370.15 Psychotherapy 616.8914Forensic 364.3 Personality 155.2Health 610.19 Social 302 1st floor, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor
UniHub home page and login http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/
REMEMBER!Always use MyUniHubas a gateway to library resources
The Library Catalogue• Lists all the material (books, journals etc.) held in the libraries at Hendon and Archway• You may use any campus library, or via the library catalogue, you may request books from Archway campus to be sent here for you to collect
BooksThis is a book reference from a reading list: French. D., Vedhara, K, Kaptein, A. & Weinman, J. (2010). Health Psychology. (2nd ed.) Chichester : BPS Blackwell.Can you identify the different parts of thereference?Author, Date, Book Title, Edition & Publisher
BooksAuthors (Main author, followed by et al.) French. D., Vedhara, K, Kaptein, A. & Weinman, J. (2010). Health Psychology. (2nd ed.) Chichester : BPS Blackwell. Book titleEdition Date Publisher
Finding Books Using the Library CatalogueExercise 2Searching the library catalogue.Are there any books youve had trouble finding?Look at the following slide, what should I searchto find these books?(Remember: MyUniHub – My Study – My Library)
Searching from your booklist• Myers. D. (2013) Psychology. 10th ed. New York: Worth.• Howitt, D. and Cramer, D. (2011) Introduction to research methods in psychology, 3rd ed. Harlow: Prentice Hall.• Greene, J. and d’Oliveira, M. (1999) Learning to use statistical tests in psychology, 2nd ed. Buckingham: OUP.
Doing a subject search• Think about your topic, and different words for your topic• Think about the bigger subjects your topic fits within• Depending on your topic you may not find a whole book covering it but there may be a very useful chapter in a larger text with wider scope• Remember ‘general keyword’ search will search both words in the title and subjects
Books on the shelf150.1952 FRE, 150.1952 LAC, 150.1952014 LAP
Dewey classmarkExercise 3:• 6 volunteers• Direct us into the correct shelf order• Main number, then decimal point, then alphabetical by first three letters of surname
How do I find an e-book?• E-books can be found using the library catalogue, just like a print book.• You will see the words ‘[electronic resource]’ after the title.• Click on the blue ‘online access’ link to download or read the book online – make sure you have logged into myUniHub!
JournalsThis is a journal reference from a reading list: Gabbard, G. O. and Hobday, G. S. (2012). ‘A Psychoanalytic perspective on ethics, self-deception and the corrupt physician’. British Journal of Psychotherapy. 28 (2) pp. 235-248Can you identify the following parts of thereference?Author, Date, Title of article, Journal Title,Volume, Part & Page Numbers
JournalsAuthor Date Title of articleGabbard, G. O. and Hobday, G. S. (2012). ‘APsychoanalytic perspective on ethics, self-deception andthe corrupt physician’. British Journal of Psychotherapy.28 (2) pp. 235-248Volume Issue Page Nos. Journal title
Journal Access• Most journals are available electronically• All our journals are listed in the library catalogue• IF we have it online there will be a blue ‘online access’ link to the available online issues of the journal• If you know the journal title, this is the easiest way to find it
Finding electronic journalsExercise 4Volunteer to find me this journal article online?Psaltis, C. (2012). ‘Culture and social representations: Acontinuing dialogue in search for heterogeneity insocial developmental psychology’. Culture andPsychology. 18 (3) pp. 375-390.(REMEMBER: MyUniHub – My Study – My Library)