EN 103-011, Brian Oliu, Karleigh Knorr
This lesson corresponds with The Norton Field Guide to Writing 4th Edition, P445-468 Finding Sources
In this session, students will be taught to execute advanced searches in selected databases and resources. Databases will be selected when the session is scheduled, and advanced options will be chosen according to the needs of the class topic and assignment.
This class will cover:
- how to use advanced search options for specific resources such as LexisNexis Academic, the Library’s Catalog, JSTOR.
- how to find a specific publication using a Journal Title Search
- how to find a known item such as an article that is referenced in an index record or a works cited page
- how to use controlled vocabulary for targeted, field-specific searching
- Students will use controlled vocabulary and field-specific search options and limiters in order to retrieve topically relevant sources
- Students will combine search terms with boolean operators in order to effectively interpret their research question into an effective search query.
Related LibGuide: EN 102 First Year Writing by Sara Whitver
- Thursday, October 19, 2017
- 2:00pm - 3:15pm
- Gorgas 104
- EN 102
- Humanities Instruction