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The Research Process Library Resources
What is available in your Library?
I Have To Write a WHAT????
A RESEARCH PAPER!!!!!
What Are Your Information Tools?
What Research Questions Do I Ask????
Use Multiple Sources, Select, and Retrieve.
Here Are Your Choices:
Over 10,000 Non-Fiction Books (books of facts)
Reference Books: Atlas Almanac Encyclopedia Biographical Dictionary Geographic Dictionary Specific Subject Encyclopedia Readers Guide (indexes magazine articles) Other Indexes
Biography and Autobiography Books
Non Book tools: Newspapers Magazines Maps Political Cartoons Surveys Videos
Photographs or Interviews or Organizations (ex: Red Cross)
What is Plagiarism????? To steal and pass off as ones own the work of another. DO NOT USE SOMEONE ELSES WORDS!!! PUT IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!!!!! DO NOT COPY!!!!!!!
Need Help???? See Your Librarian
6 The Big Research Process And A Problem-Solving Model.
“How Can Research Help Me?” Please make SURE your notes are similar to what I have written in mine.
Library Orientation Frontier MS & HS BE IN THE KNOW ABOUT… Library forms and fines Book Check-Out & Check-In procedures Care of Books How to find a Book.
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What is Plagiarism?. What is plagiarism? According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, plagiarism, or to “plagiarize”means: 1.to steal and pass.
General Reference Books AtlasAlmanac Dictionary EncyclopediaBiographical Dictionary Thesaurus Geographical Dictionary Readers Guide.
Discover the Resources in INFOhio A CYC Electives Module
1. Quick facts on background information: Background information gives you an overview of a topic, summarizing what is known about that topic. It will.
Elements of Non-Fiction By Mr. Cotton. NONFICTION Nonfiction is writing about real people, places, and events. Mainly written to convey factual information.
The BIG Six Are you ready for some research? Excerpts from the Cambridge Rindge and Latin Research Guide. Copyright 2004 Holly Samuels All Rights Reserved.
Tara Guthrie, 2010 Using Print Reference Sources for Research.
Ontario School Library Association: Curriculum Supports 2003 Academic Honesty: The Legal and Ethical Use of Information.
Student Research Center & eLibrary Created by: Tisha A. Tytar Oakwood High School Fall 2008.
Grade 5. The Independent Investigation Method These steps will help you find success as you jump into your ISP. (Independent Study Project) ✐ Step 1-
1. A ______________________ is a periodical that gives real world information. There are many different sections to read this reference material such.
© 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers Chapter 12: Reading Research, Reference, and Collateral Assignments Academic Reading,
Overview of the Research Process Module 1 Library and Information Literacy Tutorials Krannert Memorial Library.
Primary Sources vs. Secondary Sources. Primary Sources Contemporary accounts of an event written by the person who witnessed or experienced it first hand.
Using The Scientific Method In Research Writing Ms. Ruth, World Literature.
Library.centennialcollege.ca Distance Access You need an active library account to use the library; e.g. borrow books, access full text e- resources from.
Hatch Library Guide Information Sources Considered.
Research Steps for the Fernbank E. 4 th Grade Biomes Project.
How to reference your sources How to avoid plagiarism How to create a bibliography.
It involves: stealing from someone else Ideas Words/text Images Sounds/music And lying about it later By passing it off as your own work.
Chapter One Class Notes: History & The Historian.
Where Can I Find Information?. Your library is the place to search.
Reference Books Objective: Students will understand that reference books are found in the reference area of the library and online and are used to find.
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Finding Research Writing Research-Based Papers. The purpose of research is to find more out about a topic To explain what you learn to a reader or viewer.
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