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  1. English 1113 Frederic Murray Assistant Professor MLIS, University of British Columbia BA, Political Science, University of Iowa Instructional Services Librarian Al Harris Library frederic.murray@swosu.edu

  2. Comp I Assignment • Primary Source – Comedic/Humorous • Barden’s Philosophy of Humor • Secondary Source discussing humor in general

  3. 4-6 Citations • Two from Primary Source • Two from Bardon • Two from a Secondary Source

  4. Examples Dick Cheney's Argument Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News, 4/30/2009 Fisher, Roger. Them damned pictures : explorations in American political cartoon art. North Haven, CT: Archon, 1996 • Primary • Secondary

  5. Examples A Modest Proposal Bengels, Barbara "Swift's A MODEST PROPOSAL." Explicator 65.1 (2006): 13-15. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 13 Nov. 2009. • Primary • Secondary

  6. When Harry Met SallyDirected by Rob Reiner 1989

  7. Examples When Harry Met Sally Video Transcript CARYN, JAMES "Review/Film; It's Harry Loves Sally in a Romance Of New Yorkers and Neuroses." New York Times 12 July 1989: 15. Newspaper Source Plus. EBSCO. Web. 13 Nov. 2009. • Primary • Secondary

  8. Academic Research • Knowing Where to Look • Knowing How to Look

  9. 21st Century Library

  10. Catalogs, Databases, & Search Engines • A comprehensive list of the books, periodicals, maps, and other materials in a given collection. • A large, regularly updated file of digitized information related to a specific subject or field. • Computer software designed to help the user locate information available at sites on the World Wide Web by selecting categories from a hierarchical directory of subjects (example: Yahoo!) or by entering appropriate keywords or phrases (Google).

  11. PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY

  12. Search Techniques • Keyword • Basic Boolean

  13. Identifying Keywords • Identify the significant terms and concepts that describe your topic from your thesis statement or research question. • These terms will become the key for searching catalogs, databases and search engines for information about your subject.

  14. Composition I: Paper Five Humor Commentary Script Review Monologue Satire Comedy Theory Transcript

  15. AND = Narrow OR = Expand Boolean • NOT = Exclude

  16. Boolean Operators • Connect keywords only • Must be placedbetween keywords • AND • Narrows your search • OR • Expands your search with synonymous terms • NOT • Excludes words from your search • If used too much, it can work against you!

  17. E-Books: Ebrary/Netbook • 24/7 • Full Text Searching* • Highlight Markup • Note Taking • Changeable Font Size • Online Bookshelf • Multiplicity of Use

  18. SWOSU Catalog

  19. Article Databases

  20. EBSCO Databases • Academic Search Complete • Newspaper Source Plus • Literary Reference Center

  21. Internet Resources For Primary Sources • Comedic Monologues • Sriptiologist.com • The Onion • Goodreads

  22. CLASS SURVEY

  23. Questions? • Contact me: • Frederic Murray • 774-7113 • frederic.murray@swosu.edu

  24. Thanks!