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					Lakeside High School
 Library Orientation
       Our Hours
   7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Mrs. Rachel Shankles

 Library Media Specialist
             Library Rules
• Check out all books before exiting the
  library.
• Return reference material to the book cart or
  counter.
• You must be quiet, not visit, keep chairs on
  the floor and avoid rowdy behavior.
           Rules (continued)

• Return books on due
  date or face a fine.
• Food, gum, and drinks
  are prohibited.
         CONSEQUENCES
• FINES: NO FINES IF POLITE
• TWO WEEK SUSPENSION OF LIBRARY VISITS FOR
  INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR.
• SEMESTER SUSPENSION OF LIBRARY VISITS FOR
  PREVIOUSLY REPRIMANDED OFFENDERS.
• THE LIBRARIAN OR HER ASSISTANTS MAY
  REMOVE ANY STUDENT FOR DISRUPTIVE
  BEHAVIOR.
DISK OR DISC???
 When do you spell it
 “disk” and when do
   you use “disc”?
DISK
  • 3.5 inch floppy
    disk
  • hard disk drive in
    CPU
  • 5.25 inch floppy
    disk
  • Super disk or zip
           DISC
• Audio CD
• CD-ROM
• Laser disc
• DVD
      REVIEW
         What do these mean?

• Disk – usual memory
  storage device
• CD-ROM- compact disc
  read only memory
• DISC (always round)
• DVD-Digital Versatile Disc
    Act 903
The Arkansas Library
     Privacy Act
 Dewey Decimal System

• FICTION
• NONFICTION
              FICTION
• Fiction is organized
  alphabetically by the
  author’s last name.
• Story Collections say
  “SC” on the spine,
  are fiction, and are
  on the shelf by
  author’s last name
  also
    NONFICTION
• 92/920 Biography
• 900 History
• 800 Literature
• 700 Fine Arts
• 600 Applied Science
• 500 Pure Science
Dewey Decimal System
 • 400 Language
 • 300 Social Science
 • 200 Religion
 • 100 Philosophy
 • 000 General Reference
Reference Section
• Can’t check them out
• “R” on the spine
• All categories 000 to 999
  Reference Books

• Too big, too tall, etc.
• Too expensive to lose
• Used too often
 Reader’s Guide
Review of Magazine
      Indexes
Cancer
   see also
     Breast Cancer
     Lymphoma
My Nightmare. O.Winfrey. Good
Housekeeping. pors 112:46-47 Je 6, 95.
New Treatments, More Cures. J.Ritter.
Scientific American. il por 119:6-7+ O 10, 95.
        Review
      What do these mean?




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Boolean Logic
      • How to tell the
        computer what you
        want it to do for you
      • It sorts things in and
        sorts things out of
        your research
      • You can not use
        sentences or phrases
      Logical Operators
AND     REQUIRES THAT THE TERMS BOTH BE
        PRESENT IN A RECORD


OR      REQUIRES THAT EITHER THE FIRST
        OR SECOND TERM BE PRESENT



NOT     REQUIRES THAT THE FIRST TERM BE
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    REVIEW BOOLEAN SEARCHING


•   ABSTRACT
•   EBSCO
•   HIT or RESULT
•   LOGICAL OPERATOR
•   SEARCH TERM
•   CORRECT SPELLING ESSENTIAL
 MLA WORKS CITED
• LIST OF BOOKS
  AND ARTICLES
  YOU USED TO
  WRITE A
  RESEARCH PAPER
• ALPHABETICAL
  BY AUTHOR
• BIBLIOGRAPHY
• REVERSE INDENT
              Parts of Books

AUTHOR. “TITLE OF POEM, SHORT STORY,
    ESSAY, OR CHAPTER.”TITLE OF BOOK.
    CITY: PUBLISHER, DATE. PAGES.

Gorman, Randy. “Duplex Living.” City Living,
    New York: Chelsea House, 1994. 30-40.

Stevens, Rick, and Susan Gubar. “Two Story Homes.”
      Houses Today. Boston: H.W. Wilson, 1990. 380.
          Book with No Author
Title. City: Publisher, date. Pages.

The Directory of the American Republic. New
     York: Bowker, 1996. 102-104.

              Book with Editor
Bloom, Harold, ed. Literary Essays on American
     Novelists. New York: H.W. Wilson, 2001.
     200-202.
    Magazines & Journals

Author. “Title of article,” Title of
   magazine date: pages.

Finney, A. “A Star is Born,” People Weekly
     10 Oct. 1995: 10.
Garvey, S. “After All,”
     Sports Illustrated 9 March 1995: 10-14.
             ENCYCLOPEDIAS

“King, Martin L.,” The World Book Encyclopedia,
     1992 ed.




 “TOPIC,” COMPLETE NAME OF ENCYCLOPEDIA,
      the year of the edition ed.
          NEWSPAPERS

Author if given. “Title of Article,”
     Title of Newspaper
     date: Section & Page.



McGovern, Clint. “The King is Dead.”
   USA Today 10 March 1998: B2 .
 VERTICAL FILE PAMPHLET

“TITLE.” PUBLISHER. YEAR PUBLISHED.
     PAMPHLET.




“Warning Signs of Cancer.” American Cancer
     Society. 1994. Pamphlet.
  Electronic Sources (CD-ROM, VHS) Citations
(Use all info available or leave out/skip what you
can’t find; SIRS has no city or pub; a vhs will
have city, pub and date)


Author. “title of article.” title of magazine. title of
      cd-rom, DVD, audio, or VHS cassette. Kind
      of media. City: Publisher, Date.
Sanders, J. “Treasures.” Travel . SIRS. CD-ROM.
     1998.
   Internet Citation Minimum
Author if given. Title of Home Page.
    date established or last revised
    <internet address> date you visited
    site.
Classic Cars. 1996
    <http:\\classic.cars.com\level>
    10 Feb. 98.
                    Works Cited

Arbuton, Mike, ed. House on the Edge. New York:
     Chelsea House Publishers, 2001.
Baker, Rena. “How Green Was My Bank
     Account.” Newsweek 17 July 1989: 108.
“Balancing the Budget.” Good Housekeeping
      12 Jan. 1975: 25-28.
“Banking.” Comptons Encyclopedia. 1987 ed.
Caldwell, Jane. “The Rest of the Story.” New York
     Times 26 Feb. 1991: 3B.
“Don’t Risk It.” National Pharmacy Assoc. 1995.
     pamphlet.
Haliburton, M. and Sue Blue. Houses. NY: IRA, 1999.
      Internet Searching
                    Good Search Engines:
Put Keywords
here                www.google.com
                    www.excite.com
                    www.dogpile.com
                    www.momma.com
                    www.northernlight.com
      Internet Searching
•USE GOOGLE.COM AS BEST SEARCH
ENGINE
•DO NOT USE SEARCH BUTTON type
www.google.com into address line.
•USE A LONG SEARCH STRING OF
WORDS – 5 WORDS IS BEST- OR A
PHRASE OF EXACTLY WHAT YOU
WANT IN QUOTES
•PUT + SIGN ATTACHED TO 2ND, 3RD
WORDS, ETC.
•USE QUOTES FOR PROPER NOUNS
AND PHRASES
ON OUR MEDIA CENTER WEB SITE




   Http://Lakeside.rams.dsc.k12.ar.us
   EBSCO Magazine
        Index
 For Magazines Full Text
      This has hundreds of
    magazines and newspaper
        full text articles.
You can reach EBSCO on all school computers and
from home for free. It is provided free by the Ark.
State Library to all libraries in our state under a
federal grant program.
Home log in can be reached at:
http://search.epnet.com
User ID is:
Password is:
Home log in can be reached at:
http://search.epnet.com
User ID is:
Password is:
First Screen: Choose Ebscohost Web
Go down the list of databases to
 MAS Ultra- School Edition
ENTER YOUR KEYWORDS HERE




   Drugs and sports and baseball
                                    HIT
                                   ENTER
RESULTS LIST
Gale Discovering Series on the Web


  The Gale site is free for schools and for home
  login and is provided by the Ark. State Library.
  It contains not magazines but primary source
  documents on History, Science and Literature.
  Lots of author biographies and critical
  interpretations of literary works appear in the
  literature section. The History section contains
  timelines, maps, flags, and other information.
  You use keyword Boolean searching to reach
  the information you need.
   Put keywords here with “and”




prohibition
Results list
     SEARCH STRATEGIES
• Card catalog (on-line or paper)
• EBSCO for magazine citations (on internet)
• Gale for history, literature, science or pictures
• Newspaper articles from several sources
• Vertical file information (articles or pamphlets)
• S.I.R.S. - full text articles on Cd-rom mostly
  journals and newspapers from all over country
• Reader’s Guide for additional current magazines
  or older articles from back issues in our collection
  of bound magazines to the 1950’s
    Final Comments



•    Read the Shelves

•    Always Ask for Help

				
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