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The Paper Possible key words: TowelExperiment Paper towel Absorbency Hydrophilic Strength Effectiveness Experiment Types and styles Fibers (oneply, two ply, quilted, recycled) Specific brand names [Walmart], (Bounty, Brawny, Just the Basics
Check out books. Access your school library catalog called DESTINY Quest Library Search in school from the Student Turtlenet Page or the TASD Library Resources web site page and from home at: ht p://destiny.tulpehocken.org Try Ebsco eBooks- a POWER Library databaseEbsco eBooks- a
Usean encyclopedia for an overview of your subject. Use a print encyclopedia set or an encyclopedia. online Try Write down all your sources as you use them! This will save you much time later on.
Use the Dictionary Understand your keywords. Look for synonyms and related words totohelp youininyoursearchforinformation. w.merriam-webster.com/dictionary
In School: Click on the POWER Library link on your Student Turtlenet PageStudent Turtlenet Page orClick on the POWER Library Link on the Student TASD Web SiteStudent TASD Web Site From Home: GFrom Home: Go to your local library web page. Click on the RESOURCE Tab. Use your library card or apply for an e-number which will be sent to your . Record the number for future use! USE POWER LIBRARY HOME AND IN DATABASES AT SCHOOL
POWER Library Use Access PA, also known as Find a Book.Access PA, a It is an interlibrary loan program unique to Pennsylvania. Search the electronic catalog. Request the book from your librarian. The book will usually arrive in 5-10 days.
Use the suggested web sites on the Library Department Web Site Resources Page Click on the link on your Student Turtlenet “Library Resource Page” Page-Page- or from your Student TASD Web Site Page Schools>Tulpehocken Junior- Senior High School>Department>Library>Access to Library Resources OR go toOR go to
Use Various Search Engines Google Scholar Sweet Search Science Direct ht p:/ scholar.google.com tsearch.com/ sciencedirect.com ishttp://sciencedirect.com is a leading full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from nearly 2,500 journals and 26,000 books Learn how to evaluate web site information! View a tutorial on web site evaluation on
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Citing Sources-MLA or APA (Your teacher will let you know what is required) Start Using Noodletools to organize your notes and help with citing sources.Go to w.noodletools.com atwww.noodletools.com at home. In school, click on the Noodletools link on your Student Turtlenet Page or the Student TASD Page or the Library Resource Page. Sign up for an account. Use your student username and password for your individual account. Enter a project name and begin. There are many help notes that pop up to assist you.
Citing Sources-MLA or APA For guidance for an APA style research paper, citing and listing resources go to: OWL sponsOWL sponsored by Purdue University: ht ps://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ ht p:/ Citation Generators: Learn How to use NoodleTools. Sign up using yourNoodleTools. Sign student username and student account number. Use Citation Machine-APACitation Machine-APA ht p://www.citationmachine.net/apa/
APA Format Examples Book Format Author, F. M., & Coauthor, F. M. (Date). Title of the book or report in sentence caps and italics (xth ed.). Place of publication, State: Publisher.
APA Format Example Web Site Purdue University Online Writing Lab. (2003). Using American Psychological Association (APA) format (Updated to 5th edition). Retrieved February 18, 2003 from the Purdue University Online Writing Lab at ht p://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/print/research/r_apa.html
Searching Tips There are a number of helpful tips and hints you can use to improve your search results. For example, you can use Boolean operators to link terms together; limit the search to a specific title; and /or restrict the search to a particular date range. Note: Stop words are commonly used words such as articles, pronouns, and prepositions. These words are not indexed for searching in the database. For example, 'the', 'for', and 'of' are stop words. When a stop word is used in a query, any single word or no word is retrieved in place of the stop word. When searching strings that contain stop words or a Boolean operator, it is necessary to use quotation marks.
Searching Tips Boolean Operators Sometimes a search can be overly general (results equal too many hits) or overly specific (results equal too few hits). To fine tune your search, you can use AND, OR, and NOT operators to link your search words together. These operators will help you narrow or broaden your search to better express the terms you are looking for and to retrieve the exact information you need quickly.
Searching Tips USING THE "AND" OPERATOR: If you have a search term that is too general, you can append several terms together using "AND". By stringing key terms together, you can further define your search and reduce the number of results. Note: Unless you define a specific search field, the result list will contain references where all your search terms are located in either the citation, full display or full text. For example, type emergency preparedness AND disaster to find results that refer to both high risk and injury.
Searching Tips USING THE "OR" OPERATOR: In order to broaden a search, you can link terms together by using the "OR" operator. By using "OR" to link your terms together you can find documents on many topics. Linked by this operator, your words are searched simultaneously and independently of each other. As an example, search emergency preparedness AND disaster OR planning to find results that contain either the terms "emergency preparedness" and "disaster", or the term "planning".
Searching Tips USING THE "NOT" OPERATOR: In order to narrow a search, you can link words together by using the "NOT" operator. This operator will help you to filter out specific topics you do not wish included as part of your search. Type: emergency preparedness AND disaster NOT planning to find results that contain the terms "high risk" or "injury", but not the term "trauma". To further define your results, type: emergency preparedness AND disaster AND planning to constrict the search to include all terms linked by the "AND" operator. Searching Tips." EBSCO Help. N.p., EBSCO MasterFILE-Main Edition. Web. 10 Sept