Presentation on theme: "Online Databases: Friday, September 12, 2008 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Budd 221 Workshop presenter: Linda Peabody 33 Database Power Search*"— Presentation transcript:
Online Databases: Friday, September 12, :00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Budd 221 Workshop presenter: Linda Peabody 33 Database Power Search*
How to use Library databases from remote locations Your home A hotel A coffee shop Other
Begin at the College webpage: Click on ‘Library.’ Begin at the College webpage: Click on ‘Library.’ Type in: l Type in: l How to use Library databases from remote locations Or … Off- Campus and On- Campus Access
How to use Library databases from remote locations For Assistance, Phone the San Joaquin Delta College Library Reference Desk--(209) or SJDC
Four Internet Computers in the Library: SJDC Library HomePage
33 Database Power Search* To arrive at 33 Database search screen, Click on menu “Online Databases” from library Home Page
33 Database Power Search* How to find articles: journals, magazines, newspapers How to choose an article How to print or an article How to cite an article How to avoid plagiarism
Basic Search Subject Guide Search Publication Search One Search Advanced Search— Chapters Images Dictionary ?Help (Within each search type above) Search Types, Dictionary & ?Help:
Basic Search Click on ‘Hide search options.’
Basic Search Look at ‘Results’
Subject Guide Search Almost always choose ‘documents with full text.’
Subject Guide Search Click on first ‘related subjects’ and scroll down the Subject Terms, choose: United States History, (Early Republic) Subdivisions Related Subjects
Subject Guide Search Scroll down to see ‘chronology.’
Click on the blue NYT link.
Publication Search Click on blue dates to view past issues.
Click on blue ‘Edition 1991.’
Publication Search Choose ‘The origins ….’
Publication Search See the ‘Tools’ box.
One Search ‘One Search’ searches library subscription databases, available third-party databases and select public free and fee-based websites. ‘One Search’ maps in a graphical display arranged in categories.
Here's how to perform a One Search: Select One Search from the search path bar (found on the banner bars at the top of the page)search path bar banner bars Click the Add/Remove link on the Selected Sources line to select or de-select sources from a pop-up window select or de-select sources Enter your search term(s) into the search box (you may use logical operators and wildcards) logical operatorswildcards You may optionally click the Search Options link for additional ways to control your search resultsadditional ways to control your search results Click the Search button The system will perform a Keyword search of the sources you have selectedKeyword ?HELP
One Search Choose from many links.
Advanced Search Almost 80 million documents are available daily.
Advanced Search Choose ‘Africans in America: ’
Advanced Search Click on blue links for chapters.
Advanced Search Search entire document.
Paste image in another document. Hint: copy; paste Images: Right click on image; choose copy image;
Check ‘Limit results: to document with images.’
Multimedia: Click on blue link.
The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution on Display at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
Definitions You do not have to go to Merriam-Webster.com.
Dictionary Search Dictionary search: constitution Results for con*sti*tu*tion. Pronunciation:,kän(t)-st&-`tü-sh&n, -`tyü- Function: n Date: 14c 1 : an established law or custom : ordinance. 2 a : the physical makeup of the individual esp. with respect to the health, strength, and appearance of the body b : the structure, composition, physical makeup, or nature of something 3 : the act of establishing, making, or setting up 4 : the mode in which a state or society is organized ; esp : the manner in which sovereign power is distributed 5 a : the basic principles and laws of a nation, state, or social group that determine the powers and duties of the government and guarantee certain rights to the people in it b : a written instrument embodying the rules of a political or social organization con*sti*tu*tion*less Pronunciation: -l&s Function: adj
How to print or an article Remember to click on ‘ ’ in the red Tool Box within each document you choose to .
How to print or an article
How to Avoid Plagiarism
How to cite an article
Fundamental law of the U.S. federal system of government and a landmark document of the Western world. It is the oldest written national constitution in operation, completed in 1787 at the Constitutional Convention of 55 delegates who met in Philadelphia, ostensibly to amend the Articles of Confederation. The Constitution was ratified in June 1788, but because ratification in many states was contingent on the promised addition of a Bill of Rights, Congress proposed 12 amendments in September 1789; 10 were ratified by the states, and their adoption was certified on Dec. 15, Constitutional ConventionArticles of ConfederationBill of Rights Answers.com. Britannica Concise Encyclopedia Sept states-constitution How to Avoid Plagiarism
Online Newspaper Databases: Current and Historical ☼ Workshop is Friday, October 24, 2008~~ 11:00 to 12:00 p.m. Budd 221 Please sign in advance at the Library Reference Desk at (41 West Yokuts Avenue) or call (209) or to make reservations. ☼