Published on March 7, 2014
Virology: Investigating Research Laksamee Putnam Research & Instruction Librarian email@example.com Slides: http://bit.ly/spring2014BIOL428slides
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Agenda Plagiarism reading discussion Investigating Journals Investigating Articles For your future research
Plagiarism Using someone’s ideas or expression of those ideas (words, pictures, music, etc) Without giving proper credit http://icanhascheezburger.com/2007/09/12/copy-cat/
It’s out there, why not reuse it? Gladstone, K. (2013) Plagiarism: Maybe it’s not so bad. On the media podcast. Retrieved from: http://wny.cc/1dNVisf • Knox, R. (2013) Some online journals will publish science, for a fee. NPR Morning Edition. Retrieved from: http://n.pr/MwuB5P What’s more important, to create new ideas or to point to a useful idea? Intellectual property is a big business, what changes would need to take place in order to make it ok to “steal” ideas? Or should that happen at all? Critique the “open access sting” operation. Did it work, were there problems with the study? Godin, S. (2014, Feb 3) Why I want you to steal my ideas. TED Blog. Retrieved from: http://bit.ly/1oNRm3Z • •
Investigating Journals Small groups will investigate author submission requirements for their assigned journal Start here: http://www.journalguide.com/ Use the worksheet as a guideline Small groups will report/discuss their findings in 15 minutes
Investigating Journals Journal of Virology Virology Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes
Investigating Articles Does the library subscribe to your journal? Download a research article published in 2011 from your journal
Investigating Articles Does your article follow the structure guidelines required by the journal? How list? many references does your article
Investigating Articles Find you article in Google Scholar Find your article in Scopus How many times has your article been cited?
For your future research Consider where your information is coming from even when searching library databases Cite your sources
If we have time… Please http://bit.ly/sp2014virologyfeedback My provide feedback on the session: favorite TED Talk http://youtu.be/0snNB1yS3IE
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