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  • 1. The Good and the Bada$$World of the Library Traci Welch Moritz Public Services Librarian/Assistant ProfessorHeterick Memorial Library

2. WELCOME to the LIBRARY 3. What you can expect from HML Knowledgeable degreed librarians onduty over 60 hours per week Friendly faces ready to help 101.5 hoursper week Access to the resources you need bothon and off campus Resources available in a timely manner 4. Librarians and support staff 5. What we expect you to know WorldCAT1.6 billionitemsOhioLINKCa. 20,000,000 itemsPOLAR Ca. 400,000items 6. + even more! 250+Databases 550+ print periodicalsubscriptions Ca. 10,000 online journals Juvenile collection Audiovisuals physical andstreaming 7. How am I suppose to remember all this stuff?7 8. Research Strategy Finding the right search term Start big and then use patterns yousee in the results list to narrow yourtopic Most resources will have built intotheir system a thesaurus orsubject or suggested topicslinks, use them Ask a librarian or your professor for suggestions 9. Research Tools Catalogs for locatingbooks, maps, musicalscores, govt. documents, etc. Databases usually for locatingperiodical and newspaperarticles, but may cover othermaterials as well 10. What about the Internet?See Critically analyzing web resources at the Google Scholartab for the TREX 1001 research guide 11. Google and Wikipedia Arent evil Can prove valuable Cant be used as a source Turn to the databases for source materials*The CRAAP acronym and descriptions are from Meriam Library atCalifornia State University Chico. Used with permission. 12. What about the internet? Currency * The timeliness of theinformation. Relevance/Coverage *The depth andimportance of the information. Authority *The source of the information. Accuracy *The reliability of theinformation. Purpose/Objectivity *The possible biaspresent in the information. 13. What about the Internet?Note: IfworkingGoogle ScholaroffONU buyscampus Full-textuse, seedatabase Google asksto link tothecontentGoogleOhioLINKScholarPermitsGoogle toRun Googletab at the link to full-textScholarResearch SearchGuideONU user seeslicensed full-textarticles 14. What do I do next?BOOKS 15. Books - ShortcutsHold on, Ive gotan idea! 16. Books - Shortcuts 17. CATALOGS POLAR -- Accessing items locatedat HML (physical and electronic) aswell as Law Library OhioLINK -- Next Step if you cantfind what you want in the HMLcollection ILL -- option of last resort 18. Libraries at ONUTaggert Law HeterickLibraryMemorial LibraryLibrary for Lawschool, accessibl UndergraduateLibrary, accessible to alle to all 19. ONU ID is Library cardEVAEva Maglott00021559801Eva MaglottPlease use alldigits in yourstudent IDnumber. 20. Finding books POLAR OhioLINK 21. Find a Book -- POLARKeyword Search Looks in several locations (usually subject, article title, abstracts or contents) Does not require an exact match Generates comparatively large number of hits (not precise) Good if you are not familiar with terminology 22. Finding books -- POLARKeyword search ClintforEastwoo d 23. Finding books -- POLAR 24. Find a Book -- OhioLINK Materials owned by all Ohiocolleges, universities, several publiclibraries Link from POLAR permits you to submitrequests Most requests arrive in 2-3 working days No charge Only 25 requests at a time May keep up to 84 days 25. Finding books -- OhioLINK 26. Finding books -- OhioLINK 27. Public terminal onthird floor 28. What do I do next? Head to the Databases 29. Research Databases Often tools for locating journal andnewspaper articles Most are subject-specific, somemulti-disciplinary Many give access to full text ofarticles Heterick has 200+ Available from Heterick home page 30. Scholarly v Popular Periodical means the same as Magazine Usually magazines are more popularJournalsScholarly or ProfessionalPeer reviewed 31. Ones you need to know how to use Subject SpecificBIG THREE+ AcademicSearchComplete MasterfilePremier Lexis-Nexis OpposingViewpoints31 32. Find an Article 33. Find an Article 34. Find an ArticleSome articles available full-text html or pdf 35. Find an Article What if its not available PDF or HTML? Always hit the find it icon and see whathappens next. 36. Find an Article It may have to be requested ILL 37. Find an Article It may be available Full text fromOhioLINK or another database 38. Find an Article And could be available in print 39. Find an Article Reserve means the periodical/journal is held atthe front desk. Current means the issue is new and is availableon the open shelves beside the computer lab. All others are upstairs and arrangedalphabetically by title. Bound means its out of the building Arrived means its on the open shelves Expected means its not here yet 40. OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS 41. OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS 42. Lexis-Nexis 43. Lexis-NexisUse the Power Search option 44. Help/Instruction 45. QUESTIONS? Ask at the Reference Desk Phone the Reference Desk 2185 Contact us by E-mail Use Chat Help feature or the IM onthe Help page