Hockey & the Canadian Nation: Research Strategies

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Published on March 7, 2014

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Information literacy session slides for Hockey & the Canadian Nation, an Electives course at the University of Guelph-Humber

AHSS 2330: Hockey & The Canadian Nation Research Strategies & Sources

Agenda 1. Your Research Guide 2. Research Strategies • Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Sources • Background Information • Scholarly vs Popular Sources 3. Finding Resources • Books • Books at Humber • Books at Guelph • Articles • EBSCO • ProQuest • Accessing Full Text • Primary Sources • Newspaper Databases • Special Collections 4. Chicago Style & Formatting • The Basics • Inserting Footnotes in MS Word • Subsequent Notes and Ibid.

Library Services Overview Where Are We? Reference Desk: GH 204 • Monday–Friday, 8:30–4:30 • Always someone here! Learning Commons Research Support Peers Monday–Thursday, 9:30am–8pm Friday 9:30am–2:30pm Your Librarian: Sharon Bailey Book an appointment: x 6047 or sharon.bailey@guelphhumber.ca Office hours: Wednesday/Friday 2–4 Ask a Librarian Chat Reference Monday–Thursday, 11am–10pm Friday–Sunday, 11am–5pm www.guelphhumber.ca/library Need help? Click here!

Library Services Overview Your Research Guide Choose Electives from the menu Select Hockey & the Canadian Nation from the list

Library Services Overview Your Research Guide  Get some background information on your topic  Search Humber and Guelph catalogues for books  Search scholarly databases for journal articles  Find historical newspapers and special collections  Get citation tips and resources

Research Strategies Tertiary, Secondary, and Primary Sources Tertiary Sources • Background/foundational information for a general or specific audience • Intended as a jumping-off point only Secondary Sources • Collect & analyze primary sources • Answer a research question Primary Sources • Contemporary • Eyewitness accounts • No analysis or research question

Research Strategies Tertiary: Background Information Background sources are useful tools at the beginning of your research... • Define key terms • Identify important theories & key authors • Locate controversies or disagreements among experts Do not use reference works as research resources in your assignments!

Research Strategies Secondary: Scholarly vs Popular Sources SCHOLARLY Purpose = Report or summarize original research Author = Expert in a field of study Audience = Researchers, professionals, students References = Extensive citations & bibliography Peer Reviewed = Yes Images = Tables, Figures & Diagrams Publisher = Academic or University Press

Research Strategies Secondary: Scholarly vs Popular Sources POPULAR Purpose = General interest & information Author = Staff writer, reporter, student Audience = Lay people, Joe Public References = Few or none Peer Reviewed = No Images = Photos, Drawings Publisher = Popular Press

Finding Resources Secondary: Recommended Books Have a look at our suggestions! We have many scholarly books on hockey.

Finding Resources Books at Humber Guelph-Humber titles are housed in the Humber North Library We have ebooks!

Finding Resources Books at Guelph & TUG Libraries Search collections at 3 TUG Libraries using the Books at Guelph tab. Guelph also has ebooks!

Finding Resources Secondary: Scholarly Articles

Finding Resources Scholarly Articles in EBSCO Databases Search abstracts, not all text. Search multiple databases Limit by Date Limit to Peer Reviewed

Finding Resources Scholarly Articles in ProQuest Databases Choose Multiple Databases Apply subject & date limits

Finding Resources Accessing Full Text It says we have full text! Why can’t I access it? Argh! • • • OR scholar.google.ca.subzero.lib.uoguelph.ca OR Paste most of the article’s title here (avoid punctuation when possible). Search Guelph & Humber eJournal subscriptions Search by Journal Title NOT Article Title Found your journal? Search inside for your article.

Finding Resources Primary Sources: Newspaper Databases Know what you’re looking for, otherwise… Filter by publication or type of article!

Finding Resources Primary Sources: Special Collections

Chicago Style & Formatting The Basics  Use footnotes NOT in-text citations – MS Word has a Footnote tool!  Every footnote must have a corresponding reference in the bibliography  Get help at OWL Basic format for a Book Example: Basic format for an article

Chicago Style & Formatting Inserting Footnotes in MS Word Under the References menu click Insert Footnote  Follow the formatting rules for notes available from OWL @ Purdue  Include the permalink for online journal articles

Chicago Style & Formatting Subsequent Notes & Ibid.  Shortened footnotes for subsequent citations of the same work  Ibid. for citing the same source in 2 consecutive footnotes

Library Services Overview We Are Here to Help! Reference Desk: GH 204 • Monday–Friday, 8:30–4:30 • Always someone here! Learning Commons Research Support Peers Monday–Thursday, 9:30am–8pm Friday 9:30am–2:30pm Your Librarian: Sharon Bailey Book an appointment: x 6047 or sharon.bailey@guelphhumber.ca Office hours: Wednesday/Friday 2–4 Ask a Librarian Chat Reference Monday–Thursday, 11am–10pm Friday–Sunday, 11am–5pm www.guelphhumber.ca/library Need help? Click here! Choose your program here!

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