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Research like a Rock Star. How be a Power Searcher!. Information Sources What Should You Use and When?. Book (Monograph) Magazine Scholarly Journal Newspapers Advocacy Websites Online Database Articles. State of Disbelief.

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    1. Research like a Rock Star How be a Power Searcher! Karen Murphy, Pikeville High School

    2. Information Sources What Should You Use and When? • Book (Monograph) • Magazine • Scholarly Journal • Newspapers • Advocacy Websites • Online Database Articles State of Disbelief

    3. Ms. Murphy’s Recommendations for Everyone doing Research Papers • Use Occupational Outlook Handbook website and read about your career • Search Destiny (Online Catalog) AND Ebraryfor books. • For Magazines and Newspaper- Search SIRS database, Specifically SIRS Knowledge Source. • Also search Academic Search Premier and Student Research Center. • Find Scholarly Articles or Vetted articles from the internet.

    4. Sources for Research • 7 Total Sources • Minimum one book can be print or e-book • Minimum of two magazine articles • Minimum of one Encylopedia Article • Minimum of one Newspaper Article • Minimum of 2 Websites. (One must be the Occupational Outlook Handbook; the other source must meet the criteria of the website test.)