3 Sources of Information 1. OPACs – libraries OLD vs. NEW
Whats in an OPAC?
Book Addresses aka, Call Numbers
Search Options Text box
Insides of Books
Old vs. New
Database Log-In Go to Jserra Library webpageJserra Library Go to Research Databases & Videos Username:access Password:jserra1213
Databases Link to Rutgers University videovideo
3. Google Google Advanced Search Google Scholar
Google Search Strategies 1. Keywords 2. quotes 3. - (minus sign) 4. Site operators (.edu,.org,.gov) 5. truncation: *, #, $ (gives you versions of a word example: racis$: racist, racism…. 6. Boolean: and, or, not 7. more: See LinkLink
Websites & Credibility Currency Authority Biased (or objective) Accuracy Coverage Easy Who Is Martin Luther King.org WHO.int Personal Webpages: 1 and 212
Copyright & Fair Use The guidelines also limit the amount of copyrighted multimedia material that can be included in educational projects to A film/DVD: Up to three minutes or 10 percent, whichever is less. up to 10 percent or 1,000 words, whichever is less, of a single copyrighted work of text. an entire poem of less than 250 words or up to 250 words of a longer poem but no more than three poems by one poet or five poems by different poets from a single anthology. A song: Up to 30 seconds or 10 percent of the songs length, whichever is less. up to five photographs or illustrations by one person and no more than 15 images or 10 percent, whichever is less, of the photographs or illustrations from a single published work. up to 2,500 fields or cell entries or 10 percent, whichever is less, from a numerical database or data table.
Citing Sources MLA paper Before the revolution of Cambodia, many of the people were peasants, many were Khmer, and many were Buddhist (Kiernan 5). Kiernan, Ben. The Pol Pot Regime. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008. Print.
Citing Sources Kissi says: Genocide is a twentieth-century term describing an ancient crime (236). Kissi, Edward. Genocide. World at Risk: A Global Issues Sourcebook. Ed. Valerie Tomaselli. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2002, 236-249. Print.
Sources Slide 5: LibraryNet (OPAC), Wikipedia (old card catalog) Slide 6: Wikimedia Commons, Robey Memorial Library (OPAC stations) Slide 7: EMS Media Center (F), Avan Halem – Fiverr (NF) Slide 10: Town of Davie, FL, Chromosome 18 Registry Slide 11: AppAdvice.com, Marionberry Style Slide 12: Vans.com, Sees.com Slide 16: Nickelodeon.com, eClickPerformance.com Slide 18: National Institute of Technology Slide 19: Amazon.com Slide 20: The New Yorker (Vol. 69 (LXIX) no. 20), page 61, 5 July 1993. Slide 23: Carmel Clay Schools Slide 24: Flickr.com Slide 24: Batgirl, Jessica Olin; Reference Desk, Cunningham Memorial Library, Indiana State University
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Review Handouts 3 handouts from class: MLA Review Sheet Avoiding Accidental Plagiarism Parenthetical Citations ---------------------------------------------------------------- Print out the Sample MLA 7 th edition paper
Banned Books ALAs list of Challenged and/or Banned Books
Censorship FOIA http://www.foia.gov/about.html Freedom of Speech – 1 st Amendment Rights Student Rights – Rights of Schools http://www.usconstitution.net/consttop_stud.html
Sample citations Book citation Magazine citation Website citation
Book – One Author – Title Page
Book – One Author Davidson, Arthur. The Incredible State of Absolute Nothingness. New York: StarCatcher, Inc., 2009. Print. Author. Title in Italics. City: Publisher, Year. Print. Parenthetical Citation: (Davidson #).
Magazine Citation (print) Kiviat, Barbara. How to Create a Job. Time Magazine. 29 Mar. 2010: 19-27. Print. Parenthetical citation: (Kiviat #).
How to Cite Websites 1. Author. (ex.: Smith, John A.) 2. Title of Webpage. (in quotes) 3. Title of Website (ex.: CNN.com.) 4. Sponsoring organization, (ex.: Cable News Network,) 5. Date on webpage (if any). If no date, use n.d. 5. Format (Web.) 6. Date you looked at it (ex.: 14 Sept. 2011). URLs? (dont need them)
Websites – with Author on Page CNN Article: ColbertColbert
Webpage – with Author Silverleib, Alan. Colbert storms Capitol Hill for migrant workers. CNN.com. Cable News Network, 24 Sept. 2010. Web. 25 Sept. 2010. Author. Title of Webpage. Name of Website. Sponsoring Organization of Site, date on webpage. Web. Date you viewed webpage.
If No Date on Webpage Silverleib, Alan. Colbert storms Capitol Hill for migrant workers. CNN.com. Cable News Network, n.d. Web. 25 Sept. 2010.
Parenthetical Citations According to one source, here is my quote in my paper (Dixon 42). Burnett said, and we quote Burnett (13). CNN reported……………. (author or Title of webpage). Works Cited Author. Or… Title of webpage. CNN.com. etc. …… Burnett, Mark. …………………………….. Dixon, Byron. ………………….