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Library Resources for Archaeology


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Created for the Approaches to Archaeology Lab class at the University of Arkansas - Fayetteville.

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Library Resources for Archaeology

  1. 1. Library Resources for Archaeology February 11, 2014
  2. 2. Mullins Library Layout & Services • Service Desks: – Reference desk – Circulation • reserve collection • laptop checkout – IT support • Computers (biggest GACL); scanners • Periodicals Room – Copying Room (Razorbuck$) • KIC Scanner • Study rooms & spaces
  3. 3. Subject Search
  4. 4. Alpha, then by number Alpha order Decimal 99.? Alpha, then by number Year of publication; By number
  5. 5. print
  6. 6. Your citation Other resources that have the full text (direct link to article) Other resources that have the full text (link to journal home page) Search the library catalog for a print version When all else fails, request a copy
  7. 7. Exercise
  8. 8. RefWorks  Collect, organize and manage citations  Auto-generate a bibliography (in SAA or other style)  Create a database of references used and quickly switch styles for different classes or publishers  Off-campus? Use Group Code
  9. 9. Practice