ELM databases...again


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Another slideshow for the MILI program, this one talking about using the ELM databases.

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ELM databases...again

  1. 1. ELM Databases…again!<br />MILI 2010-2011LeAnn Suchy, Metronet<br />
  2. 2. MINITEX<br />Reference librarians from MINITEX will lead our in-person sessions and show:<br />Search and journal alerts<br />RSS feeds from databases<br />Saving items in social bookmarking sites<br />Workspaces in Britannica<br />Possibly other things, too<br />
  3. 3. Based upon your questions…<br />Today I’ll show:<br />Searching for scholarly resources<br />Finding items in ELM based upon citation<br />Finding Pro versus Con arguments<br />
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  9. 9. Not full text in database – now what?<br />No full text in a database means it’s just not full text in THAT database<br />Two options:<br />First…use Publication Title Search on ELM to see if the journal (or magazine, newspaper) is in any other database<br />
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  15. 15. Second option…<br />Publication Title List does not guarantee access to all journals, magazines and newspapers<br />You may not find the article available through ELM<br />Second option – ASK A LIBRARIAN!<br />There is interlibrary loan. Takes longer, but it can get you access to articles.<br />
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  22. 22. Before our next meeting…<br />Familiarize yourself better with the ELM databases website<br />When the MINITEX librarians tell you go to into the Academic Search Premier database, you should be able to do this without further instruction<br />Use the Publication Search to find a publication you may want to follow. Have this in mind when the MINITEX librarians show up.<br />
  23. 23. Next meeting times…<br />Sanford, Monday, Feb 7th, 4:45-6:45<br />South, Tuesday, Feb 8th, 4-6<br />Southwest, Thurs, Feb 24th, 4-6<br />All of these are on the MILI Wiki under the Calendar<br />