1 Research Resources for Graduate Bilingual Education Students of Education Library Hour, NAC 2/204 Thurs. 5-6 PM Blog Professor Jacqueline A. Gill Information Literacy Coordinator and Reference Librarian CCNY Libraries
2 Research Strategy Accessing Databases Proxy Account Principles of Database Searching Subject related databases Education Full Text EbscoHost Premier ERIC JSTOR RefWorks Finding Paper Journals E Journals Interlibrary Loans Research by Subject Google Scholar Contents
3 Develop a research question Research Strategy Think of keywords Choose a resource to search Look for information Read Evaluate the information you find Modify your search Take notes Cite sources
4 Develop a research question Research Strategy DEVELOP A RESEARCH QUESTION A good way to begin your research is to locate and read short articles that will give you a broad overview of a topic. You can find these articles in a variety of reference materials. Browse books, articles, web sites, and course textbooks Watch/read the news Browse through encyclopedias Specialized/Subject Specific Dictionaries Almanacs Handbooks Biographical Sources
5 Think of keywords Research Strategy THINK OF KEYWORDS What is a keyword? A keyword is any searchable word in an online record. State your topic as a question. Determine what words best describe your topic. Example: How did New Deal programs influence the arts in America? Keywords: New Deal United States Depression Art Federal Aid to the Arts
6 Choose a resource to search Research Strategy CHOOSE A RESOURCE TO SEARCH Depending on your topic, different types of resources (the web, newspapers, magazines, journals, books, etc.) may be more appropriate than others. You need to be aware of what kind of information is in each type of resource and who is the intended audience. Books Reference Sources Scholarly journals Popular Magazines Newspapers Web Time frame At least 1 year several years after the event Several months years after the event Several months years after the event 1 week - 1 month after the event 1 day - 1 week after the event Immediate 7 yrs Audience General public - scholars, researchers, and students General public, specialists Scholars, researchers, and students General public General public General public - scholars, researchers, and students Examples: Negotiating ethnicities in China and Taiwan; The Press of Ideas; Women & Art Dictionary of Art; World Book Encyclopedia; World Almanac Journal of Child Development; Radical pedagogy, etc. Time; Newsweek; National Geographic The New York Times; Washington Post; Wall Street Journal CNN, Entertainment weekly, Amer. Med. Asn
7 Look for information Research Strategy LOOK FOR INFORMATION Begin your search by looking at these various resources. Books Journals, magazines Newspaper articles Articles in Books Bibliographies CUNY+ catalog; Public library catalogs; WorldCat database CCNY Library Databases A-Z CCNY Libraries Databases A-Z EBSCOHOST, Lexis-Nexis, New York Times Historical CUNY+ catalog; WorldCat database A list of resources about a particular topic. Bibliographies can be found in books and journal articles. Book reviews Government Documents A criticism of a book or article. Book reviews can be found in Choice; Library Journal; Publisher s Weekly, etc. Books, journal articles, reports, statistics
8 Read Research Strategy Evaluate the information you find READ & EVAULATE THE INFORMATION YOU FIND Quantity - Enough resources are needed to support your argument. Diversity - Variety is necessary. Include many different resources. Date of Publication - When was the source published? Quality and Reliability - What is the purpose of the publication? What is the author saying? What are the author s conclusions? Does the author agree or disagree with other authors who have written on the same subject?
9 Modify your search Research Strategy MODIFY YOUR SEARCH Make sure that the topic you have chosen is not too big. Narrow your topic and focus on an aspect of the subject that interests you. Write your topic down as a clear statement will to help guide you during your research.
10 Take notes Research Strategy TAKING NOTES Skim through your books and articles to get the main ideas. Make notes of the important points. Use index card system for recording notes. Be sure to put the page number and author of the source on each note card. When you are taking notes, try to make them as short as possible. Record facts that refute your thesis as well as support it.
11 Cite sources Research Strategy CITE SOURCES Whenever you quote, paraphrase, summarize, or otherwise refer to the work of another, you are required to cite its source, either by way of parenthetical documentation or by means of a footnote. Offered here are some of the most commonly cited forms of material. RefWorks MLA Style: Documenting Sources from the World Wide Web by the Modern Language Association of America Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association by the APA Online! Citation Styles by A. Harnack and E. Kleppinger Internet Citation Guides
12 Getting Journal Articles Most older journals are located on the first floor of Cohen Library A majority of our journals for the last twenty years are available electronically.
13 Accessing Databases From the City College Library home page click Articles via databases link.
14 Accessing Databases Select your database.
15 Proxy Account Searching when off-campus Fill in your address and create a password. First time users and those who have forgotten their password will be asked to enter their barcode number.
16 Proxy Account Searching when off-campus Next you will be asked to type in your name, , and create a password. When you access the databases the next time you will only have to type in your and password.
17 Principles of Searching
18 Principles of Searching Similar ideas are expressed in a word with different endings. educat* will retrieve all of these words educate educating educated education, etc. The asterisk * is a wild card or truncation symbol. All words starting with the letters before the asterisk will be retrieved
19 Boolean Logic, What is it? Boolean Logic was created in 1888 by mathematician George Boole. Boolean Logic consists of several logical operators. These operators consist of the terms AND, OR, and NOT.
20 Where and Why it Should be Used Boolean logic can be used when searching on the City College libraries databases and the Internet. This particular search technique allows you to broaden and narrow your search so that you receive a higher amount of relevant information.
21 Boolean Searching ESL OR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Anything in either of these circles Is recovered ESL ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
22 Boolean Searching Combine search terms OR yields the most results
23 Boolean Searching AND makes your search more specific Only the overlap of the circles are recovered ESL BILINGUAL EDUCAT*
24 Boolean Searching Same combined search terms AND yields less results but articles are more specific.
25 Boolean Searching Add a third search term Even fewer results are presented.
26 Boolean Searching Changed the Boolean operator to NOT and changed Educat* to teacher*. Even fewer results are presented because I have made my search more specific.
27 EBSCOHOST EBSCOhost Premier is a portal to 30 databases providing indexing and abstracting for tens of thousands of scholarly journals, magazines, and reference sources in all areas of study. Many of these databases include full text articles. The academic level of the publications covered varies depending on the database, but the brief descriptions on the opening page will help you determine whether a particular database is appropriate for you.
28 EBSCOHOST In EBSCOHOST you can search many databases simultaneously. Go down the list and select all the databases relevant to your search by checking database selection box.
29 EBSCOHOST Enter your terms in the Find field. You can use Boolean operators (and, or, not) with a standard search. If available, field codes and search history may be used with your search. Select search options to refine your search. You can use limiters or expanders to broaden or narrow the focus of your search.
30 EBSCOHOST Additional options are available to refine your search.
31 EBSCOHOST The results are displayed showing the citation and a link to the full text.
32 EBSCOHOST PDF or HTML full text can be saved to a diskette. The PDF text can only be viewed in the Adobe Acrobat software. If the software is not available on your computer it can be downloaded from Adode.com.
33 EBSCOHOST Click this link to send the Full text to your account.
34 EBSCOHOST Enter your e- mail address and subject and click send.
35 EBSCOHOST Click this link to return to your search results or begin a new search. Databases A-Z
36 Education Full Text Education Full Text provides full indexing and abstracting of almost 700 education journals and magazines; of these, 284 are available in full text. Subjects covered include all areas of education: K-12, higher education, special education, and adult education. The publications vary from scholarly peer-reviewed journals to more popular education magazines. Thus, the database is useful for persons at all levels of knowledge. Images are in black and white only.
37 Education Full Text Click this link to begin searching Education full- text.
38 Education Full Text Enter your search terms. Select full text and peer review. Click SEARCH.
39 Education Full Text Here are the journal articles on your topic. Click the title to view the full text.
40 Education Full Text This is the full text of the article. You can save, print, or . Databases A-Z
41 J-STOR JSTOR provides full-text access to more than 300 scholarly journals offering more than 886,000 full-length articles going back to Here are the subject areas addressed: African American Studies, African Studies, Anthropology, Archeology, Asian Studies, Botany, Ecology, Economics, Education, Finance, Geography, History, Language & Literature, Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Middle East Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Population Studies, Slavic Studies, Sociology, and Statistics. Updated frequently, JSTOR covers important research articles, reviews, opinion pieces, and other items published in key journals.
42 J-STOR Click advanced search. Advanced search provides additional help features not found in Basic search.
43 J-STOR You can type in your search terms here. For example, Asian American education New York. Select type
44 J-STOR Select the disciplines and or journals for this search.
45 J-STOR Results are listed by relevance. The list may be sorted by date and the title of the journal. Click the title link to view the citation and abstract.
46 J-STOR The complete article may be viewed on this page. Click this link to download the file to a disk.
47 J-STOR Click this link to download the file to a disk. Databases A-Z
48 RefWorks RefWorks is an online research management, writing and collaboration tool -- is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies. RefWorks opens to the sign in page. You can view a PowerPoint tutorial on RefWorks at my site Databases A-Z
49 Export citations and create a bibliography
50 In this tutorial: Export citations from databases Additional tools Add a Citation Searching Online Catalogs Write N Cite Ref Grab-it The following slides will use EBSCOHOST Premier database to export article citations into RefWorks
51 Exporting to RefWork Locate the articles you wish to export. Click Add folder so that your articles can be included in the export.
52 Exporting to RefWork Scroll to the top of the page and select Folder.
53 Exporting to RefWork Select the check box to select all the titles you want to export. Select the Export icon.
54 Exporting to RefWork Select Direct Export of RefWorks. When you check the Remove from folder box EBSCOHOST will remove your exported articles from the system after they have been exported to RefWorks. Click Save.
55 Exporting to RefWork To create an account click this link. If you have already created a password, login here.
56 Fill in all of the required data and submit. Exporting to RefWork
57 Exporting to RefWork Click here to view your imported files. Your imported files are shown here.
58 Exporting to RefWork Click here to create a new folder to hold all of the citations containing the same subject. Give your folder a unique name.
59 Select Page and select the box in front of each citation. Exporting to RefWork
60 Exporting to RefWork Select the icon that looks like a folder and in the pull down menu select the folder that you just created.
61 Creating a Bibliograp Select Bibliography and select Create.
62 Creating a Bibliograp Select the Output Style.
63 Creating a Bibliograp Select the folder where your files are located. In File Type to Create you can decide to view the bibliography in RefWorks or send it to Microsoft Word. Click Create Bibliography.
64 Creating a Bibliograp A bibliography is being processed. Click Download it you don t see your bibliography on your screen.
65 Creating a Bibliography A bibliography is produced using the selected style. If you selected MS Word, the software opens showing the completed bibliography.
66 Additional Tools Add a Citation Click References and click Add New References
67 Additional Tools Add a Citation Enter the citation information in the boxes provided. Click Save References or Save and Add more to continue adding citations. Click View to see the formatted citation.
68 Additional Tools Add a Citation Send the citation to the appropriate folder.
69 Additional Tools Searching Online Catalogs Using the Tools menu you can search online catalogs or databases within RefWorks and create a bibliography.
70 Additional Tools Searching Online Catalogs Searching Online Catalogs Use the pulldown menu to search a catalog. Enter the search term(s). Click Search.
71 Additional Tools Searching Online Catalogs Searching Online Catalogs Select view to see the complete citation. Send your citation to appropriate folder.
72 Using the Tools menu you can:.cite within your document. Download the software to your computer. Additional Tools Cite within a document
73 Additional Tools Cite within a document When you open your Microsoft Word document a link to Write N Cite is seen on the menu bar. Begin typing your document and click Write N Cite. The software will go to RefWorks to allow you to select the citation.
74 Additional Tools Cite within a document Sign in to RefWorks.
75 Additional Tools Cite within a document Go to View and Select the folder that contains the citation.
76 Additional Tools Cite within a document Select Cite.
77 Additional Tools Cite within a document Cited document
78 Additional Tools Citations on the internet Other features Using the Tools menu you can:. Retrieve references from the web. Right click on the RefGrab-it link to add it to your Favorites on your browser. When you find a citation that you want to export, click RefGrab-it and it will be exported to RefWorks.
79 Additional Tools Citations on the internet Ref Grab-it is now in your Internet Explorer browser Favorites list. When you are on a web page with a citation, select Ref Grab-it to bring the citation into RefWorks.
80 Additional Tools Citations on the internet To view a more complete version select this link and import.
81 Additional Tools Citations on the internet All three citations are included in the bibliography. 1. Citation exported from EBSCOHOIST 2. The citation that was added by hand. 3. The citation that was found on the web.
82 This and other PowerPoint tutorials are at Jacqueline A. Gill Associate Professor Reference Librarian and Information Literacy Coordinator ext. 6089
83 Finding Journals that are not online use CUNY+ Paper Journals
84 Journal Title Search From the City college Library homepage click Books, videos, and more.
85 Journal Title Search Click Journal Title Search and type your title in the search box. On the left identify your search type. Select your journal.
86 Journal Title Search Identify your title.
87 Journal Title Search On the right of the title is the college link. Click this link to view the all paper issues.
88 Journal Title Search This is a list of Bound journals which are located on the 1 st floor.
89 Journal Title Search Paper journals are shown here. Go to the Circulation Desk to request the journal. City College Library Homepage
90 Searching for a particular journal Go to E-Journals
91 E-Journals Type in the name of the journal and click Search. Select any one of these databases to find your article.
92 E-Journals Select the year and issue.
93 E-Journals Select the title of the article and view the full text. City College Library Homepage
94 Interlibrary Loans
95 Interlibrary Loans Finding materials not owned by CCNY Libraries Interlibrary loans are free Reprints of journal articles Reprints of magazine articles Temporary loan of books, some dissertations, reports, documents but not textbooks Books owned by CUNY must be requested using CUNY+ through CLICS Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. You will be notified via when the book has arrived at the Circulation Desk. Loan period is 3 weeks. Articles are sent to your account.
96 Interlibrary loan
97 Interlibrary loan Click ILL Request link
98 Interlibrary Loan
99 Research by Subject From the City College Library home page click Research by Subject link.
100 Research by Subject Select a subject.
101 Research by Subject Within each subject related page you will find topics that will lead you to additional databases and web pages.
102 Searching all CCNY databases SCHOLAR
103 Searching all CCNY databases Google Scholar is on the internet but it is a special database that will provide scholarly referee research journals.
104 Searching all CCNY databases The Find Full text at CUNY link will bring you back into the CCNY Library database environment.
105 Searching all CCNY databases Select this link to view the full text of the article.
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