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1. DETERMINING THE INFORMATION YOU NEED LIBR 250 Week 3 Jayati Chaudhuri
2. 1. Research process 2. Find the information 3. Distinguish between primary and secondary information sources 4. Various ways to access information LEARNING OBJECTIVES
3. Starts broadly and ends narrowly Effective research question Ineffective research question RESEARCH PROCESS
4. 1. Primary Sources-Original document. For example: letter, diaries, speeches, interviews. 2. Secondary Sources -Interpret and/or analyze primary sources. For example: encyclopedias, textbooks, and articles analyzing primary sources. PRIMARY& SECONDARY SOURCES
5. Reference sources Encyclopedias Dictionaries Directories Almanacs Atlases Indexes SECONDARY SOURCES
6. BOOKS http://www.calstatela.edu/library 1. Print or digital 2. Print – via Catalog 3. E-books – via Catalog
7. HOW TO READ CALL NUMBERS
8. Scholarly journals Popular magazines Trade publications Newspapers Multimedia PERIODICALS
9. Trade Publications Periodicals intended for a specific industry or business Published by an association tied to the trade NEWSPAPERS & TRADE PUBLICATIONS
10. Scholarly Journals Popular Magazines SCHOLARLY VS. POPULAR
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