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Information Literacy Unit One: Library Basic

Information Literacy Unit One: Library Basic. By Y. Diana Wu San Jose State University Diana.Wu@sjsu.edu. Resources at your finger tips. The Internet Books Magazines & Journals Libraries: Online Catalogs Databases. Costs of not finding information.

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Information Literacy Unit One: Library Basic

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  1. Information LiteracyUnit One: Library Basic By Y. Diana Wu San Jose State University Diana.Wu@sjsu.edu D. Wu SJSU

  2. Resources at your finger tips • The Internet • Books • Magazines & Journals • Libraries: • Online Catalogs • Databases D. Wu SJSU

  3. Costs of not finding information • Studyby IDC shows that it could cost a company $6 million for not finding the right information at the right time • OutSell revealed the $107 billion information literacy problem D. Wu SJSU

  4. Information Literacyby ACRL • When the information is needed • Where to find the information • How to access the information • How to evaluate the information • How to use the information ethically and legally D. Wu SJSU

  5. Evaluating the Information • Rule of 5 A’s • author, accuracy, authority, authentication, and accountability • Rule of 5 W’s • Who, what, where, why, and when D. Wu SJSU

  6. Resources at the San Jose joint library • Over 1.3 million items in the collection in 59 languages • Over 200 databases covering all academic disciplines, available for onsite use; some are for remote use with a valid library card D. Wu SJSU

  7. Library’s Homepage D. Wu SJSU

  8. Links from the Home Pagehttp://www.sjlibrary.org Online catalog Databases A-Z, both SJSU and SJPL Links to other libraries, such as CSU, UC’s Government Resources Other D. Wu SJSU

  9. Articles & Databases D. Wu SJSU

  10. Useful Databases on Business • ABI/INFORM Global • Business Source Premier • EmeraldPlus • Factiva • Lexis/Nexis • S&P Publication • And more D. Wu SJSU

  11. Remote Access For SJSU people only D. Wu SJSU

  12. Enter your SJSU information Call 408-808-2470 or email LibrarySCS@sjsu.edu if you have problem logging in D. Wu SJSU

  13. Access and Services Onsite at the King Library Off campus - You will need to have: a Computer or laptop, your own ISP, and a SJSU ID or library card with a valid PIN LINK+ iLLiad for free document delivery Ask a Librarian: in person, by phone (408) 808-2100, by appointment, or via Online chat D. Wu SJSU

  14. To chat with a librarian Click on <Ask a librarian> from the left sidebar, then click on the link for <SJSU students and faculty connection here> D. Wu SJSU

  15. Questions Y. Diana Wu Reference and Instruction Librarian for Business and Economics Voice: 408-808-2087 Email: Diana.Wu@sjsu.edu Website: http://sjsu.edu/~dwu D. Wu SJSU

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