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USC History 500 class

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elizabeth namei

on 12 July 2011

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Transcript of USC History 500 class

Library Session for Graduate Students in U.S. History:
Planning, Delivery & Assessment Introduction: Planning the Session Pre-session Questionnaire: http://tinyurl.com/5vbfdrr USC Libraries' Website Librarians @ USC
Outline of the session
Borrowing privileges Content and Timing Goat Canyon Trestle - Carizzo Gorge Photo: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/7920 http://www.usc.edu/libraries/ Books ILL Research Guides History Databases Multidisciplinary Databases Dissertations RefWorks Hands-on Scenarios Intro:

Libraries' Website & Key Services:


Research Guides & History Database Demo:

Primary Sources:

Databases & Cited Reference Searching:



Hands-on Scenarios:

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120 minutes Assessment Questions? Start planning for the session next America: History & Life EBSCO interface - overview
Advanced Search screen - field searching
Boolean operators, truncation, and limiting options (including by historical time period)
Controlled vocabulary options
Find it @ USC button
emailing, saving and exporting results Photo/Image Credits: Primary Sources @ USC & Online Brief overview
Setting up an account Primary Source Image: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/supremecourt/democracy/sources.html What worked? What didn't work?
What resources needed more time? What needed less?
How did students do on the scenarios? What feedback did I get? Content Timing USC Libraries screenshots: http://www.usc.edu/libraries/ Beth Namei
7/5/2011 Cited Reference Searching QuickSearch
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