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  • Specialized Indexes
    articles dissertations and other specialized materials relevant to their specific disciplines Many of the items they list are obscure and available only in the largest libraries These indexes are great resources if you are working on an in depth project and need to track down hard to find source material The following specialized tools and dozens more are available both in paper and electronic form America History and Life Biological

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  • Government Databases
    depositories for government publications If your college library isn t a depository there may be one nearby Large libraries often have collections of local and international documents as well If you plan to use government documents in your research don t be shy about asking a librarian for help There are several indexes to government documents and most are electronically available Among them The Monthly Catalog of United States Government Documents is the most complete index to federal documents The CIS Index specializes in congressional documents and includes a handy legislative history index The American Statistical Index is a detailed index to statistical information found in government publications The Congressional Record reports on the daily activity of the U S Congress during each session Every year more and more electronic databases are created and released making information particularly statistical data easier to access For instance Small business statistics the cost of pollution abatement programs regional and state business conditions and a wealth of other economic data will be found in The National Economic Social and Environmental Data Bank NESE Detailed population profile of your hometown including age groups income and education levels as well as ethnic origins can be found

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  • Online Document Dollections
    Documents Handbooks and Companions Biographical Sources Periodical Indexes Bibliographies Pamphlets and Annual Reports Microfilm and Microfiche Library Catalog Searching the Online Library Catalog Databases and Electronic Indexes General Indexes Specialized Indexes Government Databases Online Document Dollections Interlibrary Loans Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Conducting Library Research Online Document Dollections Online document collections contain electronic versions of printed texts often classic texts on which the copyright has expired Leading collections include the following Project Gutenberg is an online catalog of over 18 000 free books all of which the copyright has expired that are downloadable as E books The New Bartleby is a Website providing teachers and students free access to online reference material on literature and poetry Internet Archive is a Web site archive of free accessible electronic political documents periodicals discussions and e zines As with library collections online document collections are growing in number and scope In addition to the public sites mentioned above your library may subscribe to any number of commercial collections such as the Electric Library To learn which collections your library subscribes to consult a reference or subject area librarian Previous Continue Introduction Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE

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  • Interlibrary Loans
    Library Catalog Databases and Electronic Indexes General Indexes Specialized Indexes Government Databases Online Document Dollections Interlibrary Loans Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Conducting Library Research Interlibrary Loans Interlibrary loans facilitate the borrowing of materials from other libraries without actually having to go to them There are a number of reasons for using this service 1 Your library may not have the item you are wanting or 2 Someone else may have already borrowed the item from the library you most often use The first is a common occurrence Not all the contents of a library collection are the same as the next The second equally common occurs when many students attending the same college or university are working on a similar assignment especially during the same semester a sound argument for not procrastinating or waiting till the last minute to begin your research project Most colleges and universities allow you to make an interlibrary loan request from your own personal computer or from any of the computers located in the library itself or in computer labs located elsewhere on campus The online request form should be self explanatory however in the event it is not any

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  • How to Login to Our Class forum on Syllabase
    on Syllabase Most forms of online discussion used in COCC150 are conducted through a Web Forum on SyllaBase Before you attempt to incorporate methods for online discussions be sure your class SyllaBase page is up and running Then explore the various features on SyllaBase to help you decide how to incorporate online exchanges into your lessons From the Eddy computer classroom or Eddy 300 lab open any browser and it should bring up the HOME page The Writing Well Café title is at the top of the page If you do not see this screen click on the Home button on the top of the screen Or you can get to SyllaBase from any browser by entering the URL address http writing colostate edu syllabase From the Eddy 4 home page under the Courses title on the HOME page click on the Login to Your Class Resource Page Using SyllaBase title to the left of the graphic Now you should be at the SyllaBase login screen white and purple Enter your username in this case your email address and then your password your student number WITH NO DASHES Click on the gray Login button at the bottom At the next

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  • Electronic Mailing Lists
    Benefits Considerations Small Group Discussions How To A Final Thought Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Electronic Mailing Lists Electronic mail allows you to send information to your students quickly and easily Say there s an emergency and you decide to cancel class or you need to remind your students to bring their books to class on Monday Electronic mail provides an ideal communication tool for these situations Tweet HELP SITE

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  • Private Mailing Lists
    SyllaBase class home page see How to Login for instructions Then Click on Communication Tools and Exercises from the top menu Click on Electronic Mail Click on the box next to TO to choose a recipient for your message If you ve entered all students into your class roster click on the Admin Site from the Home page and then click on Class Roster in the left column then all

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  • Public Mailing Lists
    send and receive e mails from people outside your class as well as those in the class use a public e mail list Public lists can be useful teaching tools if students are responding to a debated issue through their writing Start your own class group or have students join a group that already exists Involvement with outside groups will help students access information on their issue and learn more

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