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JOURNALISM 825 History of Journalism Spring 2014. Michael Unsworth History Librarian [email protected] JOURNALISM 825 History of Journalism Spring 2014. Michael Unsworth History Librarian [email protected] Bobby Smiley Digital Humanities Librarian [email protected] OUTLINE.

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Journalism 825 history of journalism spring 2014

JOURNALISM 825 History of JournalismSpring 2014

Michael UnsworthHistory [email protected]


Journalism 825 history of journalism spring 20141

JOURNALISM 825 History of JournalismSpring 2014

Michael UnsworthHistory [email protected]

Bobby Smiley

Digital Humanities

Librarian

[email protected]


Outline

OUTLINE

Update On Your Textbook

Online Reference Tools

Getting Materials From Other Libraries

ArticleReach

MelCat

Uborrow

WorldCat

Obtaining Dissertations

Locating Bibliographies

Locating Archives & Primary Sources

Q&A


Update

UPDATE

  • P. 90: Comprehensive “Reference Room”--The MSU Library, along with many other academic libraries, have drastically shrunk their Reference Collections by shifting them to the main collection.

  • People now rely on online sources such as Reference Universe and the Gale Virtual Reference Library.


Getting materials from other libraries articles

Getting Materials from Other Libraries: Articles

Meadows, Michael. “Deals and victories: newspaper coverage of native title in Australia and Canada,” Australian journalism review, 22, no. 1(2000), p. 81-105


14 digit id number

14 Digit ID Number


Findtext@msu when the stars are aligned 1

[email protected]:When the Stars Are Aligned (1)


Findtext@msu when the stars are aligned 2

[email protected]:When the Stars Are Aligned (2)


Findtext@msu what often happens 1

[email protected]:What Often Happens (1)


Findtext@msu what often happens 2

[email protected]:What Often Happens (2)


Findtext@msu what often happens 3

[email protected]:What Often Happens (3)


Findtext@msu what often happens 4

[email protected]:What Often Happens (4)


Findtext@msu what often happens 5

[email protected]:What Often Happens (5)


Oh no the microfilm is missing

OH NO! THE MICROFILM IS MISSING!!!


Getting articles from other libraries

Getting Articles From Other Libraries


Retrieving everything else

RETRIEVING EVERYTHING ELSE


Melcat

MELCAT


Melcat1

MELCAT


Melcat2

MELCAT


Melcat3

MELCAT


Melcat4

MELCAT


U borrow

U-borrow


Illiad

ILLIAD


Worldcat

WORLDCAT


Worldcat1

WORLDCAT


Worldcat2

WORLDCAT


Worldcat3

WORLDCAT


Bibliographies

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

“…the compiler of a BIBLIOGRAPHY acts as a scholarly research assistant, providing a summary of what is available in one easy-to-use guide.”

Meyer, Jack Allen. An annotated bibliography of the Napoleonic era: recent publications, 1945-1985 (New York : Greenwood Press, 1987): xi.


Finding bibliographies in the online catalog

FINDING BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN THE ONLINE CATALOG


Primary sources definition

PRIMARY SOURCES:Definition

“…items that are directly associated with their producer or user and the time period in which they were created. Examples, include diaries, newspapers articles, government documents, photographs, oral interviews, and news broadcasts.”

SOURCE: Presnell, Jenny L. The information-literate historian : a guide to research for history students (New York : Oxford University Press, 2007): 93.


Caution memoirs

CAUTION: MEMOIRS


Questions

QUESTIONS


Journalism 825 history of journalism spring 2014

END


What was were the most valuable thing s you learned today

What was/were the most valuable thing(s) you learned today?


What are you not quite clear about from today s session what is muddy in your head

What are you not quite clear about from today’s session; what is muddy in your head?


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