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  1. PUBLIC SPEAKING Gathering Materials

  2. Where Do I Go? • Draw on personal experience first • Library • Internet • Other resources

  3. C.C. Libraries

  4. UCR Libraries

  5. UCSD

  6. Library Resources • Librarians • Catalogue • Periodical databases • Newspapers • Reference works

  7. Librarians • Circulation • Check books in/out • Research • Help students find materials

  8. Catalogue • Listing of all books, periodicals, other resources owned by library

  9. Periodical Database • Research aid that catalogues articles from many journals, magazines

  10. Abstract • Summary of magazine or journal article • Don’t cite abstract alone

  11. Newspapers • Local • National • International

  12. Reference Works • Work that synthesizes large amount of related information • Encyclopedias • Yearbooks • Quotation books • Biographical aids

  13. Internet Searching • Search engines • Specialized resources • Virtual libraries • Government resources • Multicultural resources

  14. Evaluating Internet Docs • Authorship • Sponsorship • Recency

  15. Research Interview • Interview to get speech information

  16. Preparing Questions Avoid: • Questions you can answer without interview • Leading questions • Hostile, loaded questions

  17. Tips for Doing Research • Start early • Make preliminary bibliography • Make an annotated bibliography

  18. Annotated Bibliography • Include a complete citation • Briefly describe the source • Include stats, quotes, etc.

  19. Annotated Bibliography Lucas, S.E. (2012). The Art of Public Speaking (11th edition). Boston: McGraw Hill. This is a public speaking textbook. In this book the author states that Wikipedia “…can be a good place to start learning about a topic…”(p. 127). There is also a reference to reliability being comparable to print encyclopedias (p. 127).

  20. Tips for Doing Research • Start early • Make preliminary bibliography • Make an annotated bibliography • Think about materials • Take notes efficiently

  21. Efficient Note-Taking • Take plenty of notes • Record in consistent format • Make separate entry for each • Distinguish among direct quotations, paraphrases, your own ideas