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2 Card Catalog Cards How to Find What You Are Looking For!

3 Introducing the Unit Purpose: Learn to how effectively use a Card Catalog Know the Different types of Cards Know the Information contained on Cards Understand how to Cross-Reference for Research Real Life Uses

4 Missouri Learning Goals 1.3 Students make sense of the various things they observe Students organize information through development and use of classification rules and systems Students use computers and other kinds of technology to collect, organize, and communicate information and ideas. 3.7 Students demonstrate the ability to learn on ones own. 5.1 Students use critical thinking skills such as analyzing, prioritizing, evaluating, and comparing to solve a variety of problems in real-life situations. 6.1 Students connect knowledge and experiences from different subject areas.

5 Part 1 – Introduction to a System of Classification

6 2 Kinds of Card Catalogs Manual Catalog – a cabinet of drawers with cards arranged in alphabetical order On-Line Catalog – a window or folder found in the automated circulation program BOTH provide the same pieces of information

7 This is a typical Manual Card Catalog. It is a set of drawers, alphabetically labeled. The CC Cards are arranged alphabetically as well. This is a screen from an Electronic Card Catalog. This search was done alphabetically by title.

8 What is the Purpose of a Card Catalog? A collection of cards (paper or electronic) that provide information about books that help you: –select an appropriate book –locate the book you are seeking –find out pertinent information about a book –help you cross-reference a research topic or subject

9 Types of Card Catalog Cards 3 MAIN TYPES OF CARDS –A–Author Card –T–Title Card –S–Subject Card 3 MINOR TYPES OF CARDS –I–Illustrator Card –M–Main Character Card –S–Series Card

10 What You Find on the Cards! All cards are based on the Author Card & contain that cards information.... plus A top line is added above the Author Card information to make it one of the other types of cards

11 What are the Main Differences Between Cards? The contents of the 1 st Line of the card tells you which type of card you are reading The subject line of a Subject Card is written entirely in CAPITAL LETTERS!

12 Whats on the Author Card? Authors name is listed, last name first. – (What other process in the Library uses the Authors Last Name?) Title/Authors name, 1 st name 1 st.. Illustrators name. Publishing Information – Where, Who, When = Year c. Physical Description of Book (# of pages.: type of illustrations; size in cm.; paperback) (Series name) if part of a series Main Character. ( if has Main Character Card) Plot Summary. Tells a synopsis of the story

13 May have other information such as the ISBN number Subject/Cross-Reference area – Tells: what other cards can be found for this book; what subjects this books deals with; other related topics to look at. Miscellaneous Info – about cataloging & company that made the card. Upper Left Corner has Call Number - the address of the book = where to locate it; you can tell if book is FICTION or NON-FICTION or a Biography [Whats on the Card, Continued:]

14 Call Numbers FIC = Fiction E = Easy Fiction BIO = Biography Numbers = Dewey Decimal = Non-Fiction Section There may be 1 to 3 letters under any of the above entries = Authors Last Name except for BIO = Last name of the person whom the book is about

15 ISBN Numbers Some cards may have the ISBN number on them. If you recall, this number identifies the Publisher, a particular book, the language it is printed in, and if its hardback or paperback. It is a SYSTEM that is used world wide.

16 This is a typical Authors Card

17 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fiction. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title

18 This is a typical Title Card

19 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fiction. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title The Clue of the Velvet Mask.

20 This is a typical Subject Card

21 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fiction. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title MYSTERY; TEEN-AGE DETECTIVE; ROBBERY/FICTION

22 This is a typical Series Card

23 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fiction. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title Nancy Drew Mysteries

24 Some Tips on Learning Card Catalog Cards: Locate the authors name, Last name 1 st – this will give you a reference point to compare all the information – Remember that the information is always written in the same order. Any differences are minor because of different publishers. Look for ALL CAPITAL LETTER – has to be a Subject Card If its NOT the Title or in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, then it probably is a Series Card If its a name that is NOT the authors, it probably is the Illustrators card; compare it to the Illustrators name entry – if its NOT the same, Maybe you have a Main Character Card

25 Real Life Uses Helps with research for School Work Learn to Use Libraries easier Use Phone Books more effectively Use other Catalogs (paper & electronic) more effectively Use Internet for research more effectively Work effectively in small groups Using Technology Make Connections with Knowledge Improves Organizational Skills & Critical Thinking Skills

26 The NEXT STEP You will review the individual pieces of information for a typical authors card You will identify the different types of cards File Name:

27 Independent Student Review Starts with the Next Slide

28 Card Catalog Cards How to Find What You Are Looking For! Independent Student Review of Information

29 Identifying Parts of an Authors Card Catalog Card Identifying the Different Types of Card Catalog Cards

30 Authors Card Authors Card The next 2 slides are an example of your Handout. Go to the following slide and correctly label each part of the card in Part A of the Handout. Each section of information is explained or identified in the color coordinated text boxes. Use this Handout to study & learn the information!

31 F KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title FIC Handout PART A; Turn Over for B

32 NAME: _____________________ CLASS: _____________ Handout PART B Identify which card catalog you are reading in this section. Write its name in the appropriate blank. CARD 1 is a(an) __________________ card.

33 F KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title This is the Call Number This is the Authors Name, Last Name 1 st This is the Book Title Authors Name, First Name 1 st Publishing City, Publisher, Copywrite Date (=c) Physical Description: # of Pages; has Illustrations; Height & Width of Book (Series Name) Summary of Plot Cross References; Subjects; Other Cards that can be found for this Book There is NO Illustrator for this book, but his/her name would follow next if there was one FIC This is the Call Number Physical Description: # of Pages; has Illustrations; Height & Width of Book Summary of Plot

34 NOW, Lets look at each piece of Information on an Individual basis

35 FIC KEE This is the Call Number Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title This is the Authors Name, Last Name 1 st This is the Book Title Authors Name, First Name 1 st Publishing City, Publisher, Copywrite Date (=c) Physical Description: # of Pages; has Illustrations; Height & Width of Book Summary of Plot Cross References; Subjects; Other Cards that can be found for this Book There is NO Illustrator for this book, but his/her name would follow next if there was one (Series Name)

36 Lets see what makes the other cards different!

37 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title The Clue of the Velvet Mask The Title is added above author info. This is the Title Card for this book. Note how it repeats the title exactly.

38 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title MYSTERY & DECTECTIVE STORIES; ROBBERY/FICTION Notice that every letter is CAPITALIZED. It must be a Subject Card – You dont even have to guess what it is

39 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title Nancy Drew Mysteries Its obviously not someones name; its not the title – they dont match; its not in CAPITAL LETTERS, so its not the Subject; So it probably is the Series Card & it does match the entry that follows the Physical Description which is the Series information entry

40 For Part B of your Handout, look at each of the next four slides and decide if it is the Author, Title, Subject, or Series Card. Write the correct answer in the blank for each card. Dont forget to write your name on the Handout!

41 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title MYSTERY & DETECTIVE STORIES; ROBBERY/FITION Card 1 is …

42 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title The Clue of the Velvet Mask Card 2 is …

43 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title Card 3 is …

44 FIC KEE Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask/ Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1.Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title Nancy Drew Mysteries Card 4 is…

45 Review this slide presentation again now or before you move on to the next step. When you feel confident, go to step 3 of this unit. File name: Are you ready for the challenge?

46 Your challenge on Part A of your Handout is to correctly label the parts of information you see on the next card. In Part B, You need to Identify the type of each of these Card Catalog Cards. On 2 of them, you must think about the information & what the other cards are. You should be able to EASILY make a correct deduction as to which cards they are. The instructions for the Bonus ? are on the Handout. Make sure is name is on your Handout!

47 Name: _____________________ Class: __________ CCC Handout - Recognition PART A: Look at the Card on the next slide. Each part is labeled with a number. Identify each part by writing down its name in the corresponding blank below. Read the whole card before starting 1. _______________2. _______________3. _______________ 4. _______________5. _______________6. _______________ 7. _______________8. _______________9. _______________ 10. _______________11. _______________12. _______________ 13. _______________14. _______________ PART B: Look at the next 6 cards. In the blanks below, write down the NAME of each TYPE of card. Each is only used 1 time. Types: Author; Title; SUBJECT; Illustrator; Series; Main Character BONUS QUESTION: Look at all 7 cards in this presentation. Which book is Fiction & which is Non-Fiction? Write the title in the appropriate blank. Card 1: _______________Card 2: _______________Card 3: _______________ Card 4: _______________Card 5: _______________Card 6: _______________ BONUS: FICTION TITLE: ____________________NON-FICTION TITLE: ____________________

48 E WIE CLOUDS – FICTION Wiesner, Davis. Sector 7 / David Wiesner. Susan Johnson, illustrator. – New York : Clarion Books, 1999c. [50] p. : col.ill. ; 28 cm x 22 cm. While on a school trip to the Empire State Building, a boy is taken by a friendly cloud to visit Sector 7, where he discovers how clouds are shaped and channeled throughout the country. ISBN Clouds – Fiction. 2. Empire State Building. 3. New York – Fiction. 3. Stories without words. I. Title. II Sector seven * 11 { { * #10 is pointing to the words Clarion Books

49 Part B

50 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography/Illustrations. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature VOLCANOES Card 1

51 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography/Illustrations. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature Card 2 Smith, Jansen

52 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography/Illustrations. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature Card 3 Volcanoes

53 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography/Illustrations. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature Card 4

54 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature Card 5 Natures Fury

55 MEI Meister, Carl. Volcanoes / Carl Meister. Jansen Smith, Photography/Illustrations. Edina, MN : ABDO Publishing Co., 1999c. 32 p. : full-color photos and illus. 30cm x 36cm : Index (Natures Fury) SUMMARY: Dr. Ethan Ford discusses the nature, causes, and dangers of volcanoes, volcanoes of the past, and the ways to survive them. ISBN Volcanoes 2. Plate Tectonics 3. Continental Drift. 4. Dr. Ethan Ford, world renowned Geologist. I. Title. II. Series. III. Juvenile Literature Card 6 Dr. Ethan Ford

56 You Have Done It! Turn in your handout The next step is actually use the Card Catalog. Get next Handout at Library Desk. You will be given a subject to cross-reference (NEXT slide is what the handout looks like). USE THAT CARD CATALOG!!!

57 NAME: _____________________ CLASS: _____________________ HANDOUT: USING THE CARD CATALOG Your Subject to research: ___________________________ Find at least 4 books dealing with your subject. At least 1 has to be Fiction & 1 has to be Non-Fiction. The other 2 are YOUR choice. List their titles & authors below. TITLESAUTHORS 1. __________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________


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