Lesson 6: Using Articles - Part II

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Lesson 6: Using Articles - Part II

  1. 1. Using Articles, Part II Week 6
  2. 2. We’ll cover… • What are APPROPRIATE scholarly journal articles? • How to Use ProQuest • How to Use Academic Search Elite
  3. 3. Articles in Scholarly Journals • Research and Analysis Articles – Original work – By subject matter experts – Often peer reviewed – Always includes sources • Book Reviews • Opinion Pieces/Letters to Editor • Anonymous
  4. 4. Scholarly Journal
  5. 5. Table of Contents Types of Articles • Research/Analysis • Book Reviews • Comment & Correspondence • Editorials • Opinion Pieces • Letters to the Editor • Some may be Anonymous
  6. 6. Research/Analysis Article • Tends to be a longer article • May include charts/graphs/tables • Includes sources/references
  7. 7. Book Review
  8. 8. Opinion/Commentary
  9. 9. Editorial
  10. 10. Letter to Editor
  11. 11. Anonymous
  12. 12. To Help You Determine…
  13. 13. How to use... • ProQuest • Academic Search Elite •GENERAL RESEARCH •GOOD PLACE TO START
  14. 14. In BOTH databases… • Default screen = ADVANCED SEARCH • Default search = KEYWORD • Can also search by AUTHOR, ARTICLE TITLE, PERIODICAL TITLE, and SUBJECT and any combination of those (e.g., AUTHOR AND TITLE) • Can use TRUNCATION – with *
  15. 15. In BOTH interfaces: • PRINT • SAVE • EMAIL
  16. 16. If you can’t find full text in… • ProQuest • Academic Search Elite 1. Click on FindIt! Button 2. See if we have it full text in any other database(s) 3. If not, see if we have the periodical in print [Do a search in DuCat for PRINT holdings] 4. Order the article through ILLiad (inter library loan)
  17. 17. What if NOT full text in any database? • Do we have it in PRINT? • If not, try to order thru ILLiad
  18. 18. How to search in... • ProQuest • Academic Search Elite •GENERAL RESEARCH •GOOD PLACE TO START
  19. 19. Searching in ProQuest
  20. 20. Keyword Search Searches for keyword terms in all the fields of the database record, as well as the article text (if available).
  21. 21. Author/Title Search If you have an article citation and want to look for the full text of the article in ProQuest.
  22. 22. Subject Search ProQuest suggests SUBJECTS: Can also do a SUBJECT search by using terms that ProQuest considers to be a SUBJECT SUBJECT = CONTROLLED VOCABULARY
  23. 23. List of Results
  24. 24. Searching in Academic Search Elite
  25. 25. Keyword Search Default search is KEYWORD search.
  26. 26. Author/Title Search Author last name and part of article title should do the trick. If not, add more detail – e.g., first name, more of title, etc.
  27. 27. Subject Search 1. Article records include SUBJECT TERMS used by Ebsco 2. Can browse for SUBJECT TERMS used by Ebsco 3. Can search with SUBJECT TERMS. SUBJECT TERM = CONTROLLED VOCABULARY
  28. 28. List of Results Search with NO LIMIT on article type. Search limited to SCHOLARLY (Peer Reviewed) JOURNALS only.
  29. 29. See the Demo Videos • Demonstration of real searches using databases at Duquesne • How to access and search – ProQuest Central – Academic Search Elite
  30. 30. Try out… • If you feel comfortable using ProQuest Central and Academic Search Elite • Try two of our Health Science databases – ProQuest Health Management – Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition (Ebsco)

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