1 SOCI 210 Principles of Sociology Professor Collins Finding Resources In Chesnutt Library: Books, Articles, Web Sites Mrs. Whitfield
2 SOCI 210 Principles of Sociology An examination of the basic concepts and principles of sociology, with emphasis on a scientific analysis of culture, personality, social groups and social institutions, social organizations, population trends, and social processes.
3 Today s Class Objectives Identify resources that you can use in your assignments. Be able to search for books and journal articles: Use the Online Catalog to identify books and nonprint materials by Keywords Using Boolean Operators and Library of Congress Subject Headings Use the Database Finder for appropriate journal, magazine and newspaper articles, and find viewpoint essays and other background materials. SocIndex; Academic Search Premier Opposing Viewpoints; CQ Press (CQ Researcher) Be able to cite the resources you use in ASA (American Sociological Association) Style, APA (American Psychological Association) Style or MLA (modern Language Association) Style
4 FSU s Beginnings: The Howard School Founded in 1867 In 1867, seven Black men : Matthew N. Leary Andrew J. Chesnutt Robert Simmons George Grainger Thomas Lomax Nelson Carter and David A. Bryant paid $136 for two lots on Gillespie Street to build a school for the education of Black children in Fayetteville after the Civil War.
5 Charles W. Chesnutt Noted African American Author Principal N. C. State Colored Normal School st African American honored by the U.S. Postal Service for its Black Heritage stamp series. Noted Author Conjure Woman, 1899 Frederick Douglass, 1899 The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, 1899 House Behind the Cedars, 1900 Marrow of Tradition, 1901 The Colonel's Dream, 1905 Mandy Oxendine, 1997 Paul Marchand, F.M.C., 1999 The Quarry, 1999
6 WELCOME TO THE LIBRARY BRONCOS
7 Charles W. Chesnutt Library Traditional and 24 x 7 Access Chesnutt Library Has Over 300,000 Book Titles, Over 2,600 Current Periodical Titles in the Library, Over 410 Electronic Journal Titles, Access to over 11,600 Full-Text Electronic Journal Titles through NC Live, and Over 300 Full-Text Article, Statistical, Biographical and Informational Databases.
8 Reference Department 1st Floor of Chesnutt Library Staffed by professional librarians (M.S.L.S.). Assistance with using reference materials, the online catalog, electronic databases, and basic Internet searching. Assistance with finding books, journal articles and relevant Web sites. Forty+ computers with Microsoft Office 2007 and Internet capabilities. Fall 2010 Hours Hours are Extended During Midterms and Finals Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Sunday 2:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
9 Reference Desk and Department and Interlibrary Loan Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Handbooks, Maps and Atlases, etc. First Floor - Call Numbers A Through Z All Disciplines and Majors Represented
10 You Can Obtain Books, Articles and Dissertations from Other Schools. Go to Services, Interlibrary Loan and Register for ILLIAD Requests are processed daily, Monday through Friday. Most requested items are received within one week (5-7 days) of the date of your request. Some items may take longer (2-3 weeks) if they cannot be obtained locally.
11 Reference Department Biographies, Bibliographies, Statistical Data, Directories, etc. First Floor - Call Numbers P Through Z Pictured
12 Library s Main Computer Lab Area Microsoft Office 2007, Internet, Library s Web Site First Floor Behind the Reference Desk
13 FSU Home Page: FSU Home Page: For Chesnutt Library
14 Library Home Page: Setting up Your Library PIN Number Allows You to Access Article and Information Databases Off-Campus and Access Electronic Course Reserves. Once You Have Created Your PIN: You Can Renew Books Online; Request Loans of Books and Articles Through ILLIAD; and Place Hold Requests on Books From UNC-P and UNC-W to be sent to FSU.
15 Found Under Services, My Library Record If this is your first time, create a PIN number using at least four letters or numbers After you submit, the next screen will prompt you to enter the PIN twice more. When Correct, Your Name, Address, Phone Number and an Expiration Date (end of the semester) Will Display. Use your University ID Number (Banner# or 83#). If you receive an Invalid PIN message, you may or you have forgotten what it was. You can contact the Circulation Desk to delete it out or use the Forgot your PIN link and it will be ed to you.
16 Your Library Record Will Show Your Current Status. A Copy of This and Your FSU ID or Driver s License Will Allow You to Check Materials Out of the 16 Other UNC System Schools The End Date of the Current Semester
17 Circulation Department Check-out Books and Media, Check-out Laptops, Get Reserve Items, Pick-up Intra-Consortia Holds from UNC-P and UNC-W First Floor On the Left When Entering
18 Additional Help is Found Under Research Tools, Subject Guides
19 Subject Guides, Music
23 Avoid Plagiarism Cite Your Sources PRINT RESOURCES ASA Style Guide (American Sociological Association) 3rd ed. - Ready Ref HM 569.A MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing - Ref PN 147.G On Compiling an Annotated Bibliography - Ref Z 1001.H Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) - Ref BF 76.7.P A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses and Dissertations (Turabian) - Ref LB 2369.T ONLINE RESOURCES ASA Style Citations (American Sociological Society), Trinity University Citation Builder, SourceAid. Assists with creating citations in APA, MLA, Chicago Manual of Style, and Council of Sciene Editors. Citation Machine by Landmark, Assists with creating citations in MLA and APA style. Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online, Guides to the Humanities, Social Sciences, History and Sciences. Also provides examples of how papers should be formatted.
24 Reference Web Sites are Found Under Research Tools, Reference Shelf
25 Web Page on Style Manuals
28 Diana Hacker s Research and Documentation Guide
29 Finding Resources on Sociology
30 Boolean Operators use OR to expand your search: Cultural Pluralism or Multiculturalism CP M use AND to narrow your search: Marriage and Dysfunctional Families M DF combine AND and OR: Dysfunctional Families and (Alcoholism or Substance Abuse) A DF SA
31 LC Subject Headings Administrative Agencies African American Families African American Families Government Policy Aged Government Policy Baby Boom Generation ( ) Child Welfare Christian Sociology Classroom Environment Coalitions Communities Cultural Fusion Culture Cultural Pluralism Economics Sociological Aspects Educational Sociology Ethnicity Families Family Policy Family Psychotherapy Family Services Funeral Rites and Ceremonies Generation X (1965-late 1970 s) Generation Y (1980s and 1990s) Manners and Customs Marriage Multiculturalism Neighborhoods Organizational Sociology Police Poor United States Population Power Social Sciences Rites and Ceremonies Secret Societies Social Change Social Conditions Social Groups Social History Social Medicine Social Policy Social Problems Social Psychology Social Workers Societies Sociology Subculture Teams in the Workplace Women Government Policy Work and Family
33 FSU s Online Library Catalog
34 How Many Records Were Found?
36 Keyword Search on Sociology and Culture
37 Subject Search on Sociology
38 There May Be Related or Narrower Subjects
39 Record Display for a Book
40 Library of Congress Call Number Arrangement (Alphabetical and Numerical Order) Reference Books are located on the 1 st floor Call numbers A-Z FSU Main Stacks Books are located on the 2 nd and 3 rd floor Call numbers A-K on the second floor Call Numbers L-Z on the third floor, also Oversize, and Juvenile Some CD-ROMs are kept at the Circulation Desk, Others in the Book Media Center Videos, DVDs, CDs, etc. on the 2 nd floor Government Documents and Archives on the 4 th floor H 1.J6 HA 628.P HM 5381.O115 A HM 5381.O25 C HM 5381.O25 F HT 1507.A3 M HV 2003.C65 B HV 3217.Y
41 Main Stacks and Bound Periodicals Call Numbers A K Alphabet C - Z Second Floor
42 Main Stacks and Director s Office Call Numbers L-Z, Oversize Collection and Juvenile Collection Third Floor
43 Government Documents Federal, North Carolina State and Local Documents, Maps Fourth Floor
44 Archives and Special Collections University Records, Chancellor s Papers, Yearbooks, College Catalogs, School Newspaper, Collection: By and About African Americans Fourth Floor
45 Record Display for an Ebrary E-Book
48 Record Display for a Netlibrary E-Book
51 Record Display for Streaming PBS Video
53 Record Display for a DVD
54 Media Center DVDs, Videos, CDs, Cassettes, Viewing Areas, Media Reserves Second Floor
55 Identifying Databases and Finding Journal Articles
57 Periodicals Department Current Periodicals, Alphabetical by Title Back Issues Under the Pull Up Shelves First Floor Current A-Z and Bound A-B
58 Periodicals Department Indexes, Bound, Newspapers, Microfilm, Microfiche Microfilm and Microfiche Reader Machines First Floor Newspapers, Microfiche Readers
72 SocIndex EBSCOHost Database
81 Opposing Viewpoints Gale Cenage Learning Database
90 How to Find Journal Titles Check to see if the journal title is owned by Chesnutt Library by checking FSU s Online Library Catalog under Journal Title or the Journal Finder Go to the Periodicals Department 1 st Floor for Current Periodicals with titles A-Z 1 st Floor for Bound Journals with titles A-B 2 nd Floor for Bound Journals with titles C-Z 1 st Floor for Newspapers Make a note of the format and location Microfiche 1 st Floor (File Cabinets Behind the Elevator) Microfilm 1 st Floor (Shelves Near the Newspapers) Printed Indexes are located on the 1 st Floor.
91 Copiers are Available on the 1 st, 2 nd and 4 th Floors and in the Curriculum Lab on the 2 nd Floor Option 1 Sending to the print location \\hpps02a\fsuprint1 or \\hpps02a\mono can print or make photocopies anywhere on campus. Students are allowed 375 pages per semester, with the ability to contact the ITTS Help Desk at to increase the amount. The default is front/back. Option 2 Copies cost $0.09 per page if made at the copiers in the Library s Lobby. Copies can be made from the Microfiche and Microfilm readers onto paper No Change is available in the Library. Bring bills. Money can be added onto your Bronco ID Card or Bronco Express Copy Cards can be purchased. The VTS (Value Transfer Station) is located in the Library s Student Lounge. Bronco Express Copy Cards cost $1.00 (Card costs $0.50 and leaves $0.50 for copies). The Card can be reused. The One Card Office is responsible for the Copy Card system.
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