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CLA9002 Hong Kong Art Exploring Librarys resources. Lingnan University Library Feb 2014 Terence Cheung Reference Librarian. Tel: 2616 8572 Email: terencecheung@ln.edu.hk. What library service do you use?. What sources do you use for your research?. Any problems?. Todays Contents - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • CLA9002 Hong Kong Art

    Exploring Librarys resourcesLingnan University LibraryFeb 2014Terence Cheung Reference LibrarianTel: 2616 8572 Email: terencecheung@ln.edu.hk

  • What library service do you use?What sources do you use for your research?Any problems?

  • Todays ContentsBasic Research Concept & SkillsLibrary Catalogue & 1-SearchDatabases related to Visual StudiesARTstorEncyclopedia Britannica PlagiarismCitation Chicago Citation StyleQ&As

  • By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:have an overview on different types of resources in order to select the most appropriate tools in doing research.apply different search strategies in using the library online catalogue, 1-search, and other Visual Studies related databases in order to extract relevant information efficiently and effectively.Have an understanding of the basic knowledge on using Chicago style of citation

  • What do you do before you do a research?Dont need all the answers at the beginning!!!

  • Research Techniques Boolean OperatorsAND both terms will appear in the result. e.g. Hong Kong AND galleryOR at least either one of the terms will appear in the result. e.g. studio OR galleryNOTonly find items that do not contain the search term. e.g. film NOT movie

  • Hong Kong AND gallery OR studioWhat will you find?

  • Research Techniques Parenthesis( ) Use parenthesis ( ) to group words together and set the order of the search when using Boolean Operators.

    e.g. use Hong Kong AND (gallery OR studio) will find items with Hong Kong and gallery or items with Hong Kong and studio in the result.

  • Research Techniques Phase Search Use quotation mark for the exact phase. e.g. use Hong Kong art gallery will find the exact phrase Hong Kong art gallery in the result instead of items contains Hong Kong and art and gallery separately.

  • Research Techniques Wildcards? Use question mark for one letter truncation.e.g. use wom?n will find women or woman in the result.

    * Use asterisk for several letters truncation.e.g. use behavior* will find behavior, behavioral, behaviorist, behaviorism, or behaviorally in the result.

  • Evaluating Information Authorship and Publishing Body: WHO is the author / publisher?Target Group: WHO is the intended audience?Currency: WHEN was the information released?Purpose: WHY this information was written?Referral: HOW did the author find this information? Are there references to other sources?Accuracy : Is the information accurate? Double check with other sources?

  • Guide for research and using databasesGuides@LU

  • Guide for Visual Studies

  • We have over 260 databases. Good and Bad!!!

  • Databases by types, subjects, A-Z

  • User GuideUse the databases user guide

  • Input the search terms1-Search

  • Narrow down your search by different criteriaClick this icon to save the article to the list.

  • Research Techniques How to narrow down your searchUse more search terms

    Limit the time frame

    Limit to scholarly publications

    Select appropriate content types

    Select appropriate subject

    Select appropriate sources

  • 1-Search Advanced SearchAdvanced Search

  • Search by title, author, publication, etc.

  • Search by title, author, publication, etc.*To limit your search (to have more precise results) by selecting these facets Sort the results by :-relevance-date

  • How to View the Full-text ? *Click Full Text Online to see the online journal article, normally you will be linked to a Check for Full Text page

  • How to View Full-text ? *Click Journal and access the journal article by year/volume/page Click Article, then a new webpage , containing links to view the article, will appear.

  • Practice 1: Perform your search in One-Search*

    i.Find resources on Hong Kong AND artNo. of results:

    ii.Limit the results by Content type: Dissertation/ThesisNo. of results:iii.Limit the results by Content type: Journal article No. of results:

    iv.Click on the Full Text Online for one of the results on your list

    v.Limit the results by selecting the Publication Date from 2011-PresentNo. of results:

  • Exercise 1: Which of the following is the title of the dissertation/thesis on the topic of Hong Kong installation art published in 2011?*Complement and supplement : appreciation of Hong Kong installation art Installation Art: Underground LoveRed-white-blue and Hong Kong installation artEphemeral monuments : history and conservation of installation art

  • Exercise: Which of the following is the title of the dissertations/thesis on the topic of Hong Kong installation art published in 2011?

    The answer is C*Perform a keyword search on Hong Kong AND installation art

    Limit the search in Contents Type to Dissertation/Thesis

    Limit the results by selecting the Publication Date from 2011-Present

  • ARTstor***

  • ARTstor***Limited by Classification ,Geography, etc.

  • ARTstor ExerciseTry to search a Chinese painting on Chinese woman within the classification of Fashion, Costume and Jewelry. Which is the one you found?***A. C. B. D.

  • ***ARTstor ExerciseTry to search a Chinese painting on Chinese woman within the classification of Fashion, Costume and Jewelry. Which is the one you found?

    The answer is C*Perform a keyword search on Chinese woman

    Limit the search to Fashion, Costume and Jewelry under classification

  • Encyclopedia Britannica e.g. Chinese artist

  • Encyclopedia Britannica

  • According to Oxford English Dictionary , Plagiarism refers to:The action or practice of taking someone elses work, idea, etc., and passing it off as one's own; literary theft.A particular idea, piece of writing, design, etc., which has been plagiarized; an act or product of plagiary.Plagiarism -- (online video) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0R4WzbOGIY&feature=youtu.bePlagiarism: How to avoid it (Bainbridge College) (Online video) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q0NlWcTq1Y User Guide: http://libguides.ln.edu.hk/bibliography_plagiarism*What is Plagiarism?

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  • Chicago-Style Citation Chicago citation style - Books and journal articles by Genesee Community College

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pUE_hdNjSo&list=UUA4TVHj1LmiEyTO-3kwOAiw

  • Book one authorNotes1. Michael Pollan, The Omnivores Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (New York: Penguin, 2006), 99100.2. Pollan, Omnivores Dilemma, 3.

    BibliographyPollan, Michael. The Omnivores Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin, 2006.Chicago-Style Citation

  • Notes1. Michael Pollan, The Omnivores Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (New York: Penguin, 2006), 99100.2. Pollan, Omnivores Dilemma, 3.

    BibliographyPollan, Michael. The Omnivores Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin, 2006.Chicago-Style Citation - Book one authorAuthors come first and are always first name last nameThe title comes second. All italicized and each major word in the title is capitalized(Location of publisher: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication), come thirdLast comes the exact page that you are quoting or paraphrasingAuthors come first and are always last name first nameThe title comes second. All italicized and that each major word in the title is capitalized(Location of publisher: Name of Publisher, Year of Publication), come lastDo not include page numbersShort NoteOnly the first line is indented and all are single spacedEvery line but the first is indented and all are single spaced

  • Journal article Notes1. Joshua I. Weinstein, The Market in Platos Republic, Classical Philology 104 (2009): 440.2. Weinstein, Platos Republic, 45253.

    BibliographyWeinstein, Joshua I. The Market in Platos Republic. Classical Philology 104 (2009): 43958.Chicago-Style Citation

  • Notes1. Joshua I. Weinstein, The Market in Platos Republic, Classical Philology 104 (2009): 440.2. Weinstein, Platos Republic, 45253.

    BibliographyWeinstein, Joshua I. The Market in Platos Republic. Classical Philology 104 (2009): 43958.Chicago-Style Citation Journal article Authors come first and are always first name last nameArticle title in quotation marks comes second. Each major words are capitalizedThird comes the name of the journal in italicsFourth comes the volume number, then no. followed by the issue number, (year of publication):Last comes the exact page that you are quoting or paraphrasingOnly the first line is indented and all are single spacedShort NoteAuthors come first and are always last name first nameArticle title in quotation marks comes second. Each major words are capitalizedThird comes the name of the journal in italicsFourth comes the volume number, then no. followed by the issue number, (year of publication):Last comes the page number of the articleEvery line but the first is indented and all are single spaced

  • Book published electronically Notes1. Philip B. Kurland and Ralph Lerner, eds., The Founders Constitution (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987), accessed February 28, 2010, http://press-pubs.uchicago.edu/founders/.

    BibliographyKurland, Philip B., and Ralph Lerner, eds. The Founders Constitution. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987. Accessed February 28, 2010. http://press-pubs.uchicago.edu/founders/. Chicago-Style Citation Last comes the date of access and DOI or stable URL or the document or accession number/ID

  • Article in an online journalNotes1. Gueorgi Koss