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HST201 The World Between The Wars Spring 2011 Michael Unsworth History Librarian

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1 HST201 The World Between The Wars Spring 2011 Michael Unsworth History Librarian

2 Why You Are Here Research paper = 55% Research Presentation = 10%

3 OUTLINE Decoding citations Find – Retrieving Materials Online Reference Tools Catalog Search Basics Locating Bibliographies Locating Primary Sources Indexes Questions

4 RETRIEVING MATERIAL: MELCAT

5 MELCAT

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10 14 Digit ID Number

11 MELCAT

12 RETRIEVING MATERIAL: WORLDCAT

13 WORLDCAT

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15 ILLIAD

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17 Stakhanov Movement Search REFERENCE UNIVERSE: “Stalin's followers! Widen the front of Stakhanov's movement!”

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22 INDEX

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25 CHRONOLOGY

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27 CATALOG SEARCHING: AUTHOR: Dorothea Lange

28 CATALOG SEARCHING: AUTHOR:

29 CATALOG SEARCHING: Title of a Journal

30 CATALOG SEARCHING: Title of a Book

31 CATALOG SEARCHING: Keywords

32 “…the compiler of a BIBLIOGRAPHY acts as a scholarly research assistant, providing a summary of what is available in one easy-to-use guide.” Meyer, Jack Allen. An annotated bibliography of the Napoleonic era: recent publications, (New York : Greenwood Press, 1987): xi.

33 Soviet Peasants

34 FROM A BOOK OR ARTICLE

35 NEW DEAL

36 FINDING BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN THE ONLINE CATALOG

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38 PREFACE

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44 PRIMARY SOURCES: Definition “…items that are directly associated with their producer or user and the time period in which they were created. Examples, include diaries, newspapers articles, government documents, photographs, oral interviews, and news broadcasts.” Presnell, Jenny L. The information-literate historian : a guide to research for history students (New York : Oxford University Press, 2007): 93.

45 CAUTION: MEMOIRS

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47 CATALOG SEARCH BY DATE OF PUBLICATION

48 U.S. Crime in the 20s and 30s

49 SOURCES USED IN A WORK

50 SOVIET CULTURE/ INTELLECTUALISM

51 sourcesmanuscripts archivesnotebooks, sketchbooks, etc. archival resourcespersonal narratives, American [Chinese, Finnish] correspondencepersonnel records diariesrecords and correspondence

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53 PRIMARY SOURCES: Printed Compilation

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56 CONTENTS

57 INTRODUCTION

58 NOTE ON THE DOCUMENTS

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65 ARTICLES ON SHARECROPPERS

66 ArticleReach

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68 SOVIET SHOW TRIALS

69 FLAPPERS

70 QUESTIONS

71 END


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