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  • Tutorials | Cal State Monterey Bay
    topic to suit the limits of time available and type of assignment IL Outcomes Choose a topic appropriate to the assignment Identify search terms relevant to the topic Tutorial 2 First Year Seminar This tutorial provides an overview of how to search for and retrieve relevant print and electronic resources on your topic using the Library s books articles search tool IL Outcomes Effectively search for and identify sources using the library books and articles search tool Evaluate the relevance of search results information literacy level two tutorials area b2 life sciences Tutorial 3 Life Sciences This tutorial will introduce you to the scientific peer review process and how it contributes to the reliability of scientific knowledge You will also learn to recognize the structure of typical scholarly scientific articles IL Outcomes Understand how the scientific peer review process contributes to the reliability of scientific knowledge effectively search for and identify peer reviewed articles on the topic Tutorial 4 Life Sciences This tutorial will help you learn how to search for and retrieve relevant peer reviewed sources on a research topic You will learn to choose relevant library databases and combine keywords and synonyms to develop a search strategy You will evaluate information sources using several important criteria to help you establish the credibility of the source and its author s IL Outcomes Select library databases appropriate to the topic Identify and combine keywords and synonyms to develop a search strategy effectively execute the search in appropriate library databases Evaluate the credibility of information sources using the following criteria Expertise Credentials Purpose Audience Point of View information literacy level two tutorials area d2 u s histories democratic participation Tutorial 3 U S Histories This tutorial will introduce you to the peer review process and how it contributes to the reliability

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/tutorials (2016-02-12)
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  • Information Literacy at CSUMB | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Get Research Help Tutorials Instruction Information Literacy at CSUMB lower division information literacy il outcomes At CSUMB the required lower division information literacy outcomes are embedded in the General Education curriculum specifically in FYS B2 and D2 courses Students must demonstrate proficiency with information search and discovery methods by the effective use of tools for the discovery acquisition and evaluation of information They must also demonstrate the ability to use and present information in an ethical manner level one il outcomes for fys ge courses Students develop a focused research topic and retrieve relevant sources by identifying search terms appropriate to the topic and effectively searching relevant library resources FYS IL Outcome 1Choose a topic appropriate to the assignment and identify search terms relevant to the topic FYS IL Outcome 2 Effectively search for and identify sources using the library books and articles search tool and evaluate the relevance of search results level two il outcomes for life science and u s histories democratic participation courses Life Science the information literacy outcomes are embedded in outcome B2C which states Students identify differences between science and other ways of constructing knowledge and evaluate the credibility and scientific value of different sources of information To assess whether students have met the information literacy outcomes within the framework of scientific inquiry the following abilities should be demonstrated Understand how the scientific peer review process contributes to the reliability of scientific knowledge effectively search for and identify peer reviewed articles on the topic Select library databases appropriate to the topic Identify and combine keywords and synonyms to develop a search strategy effectively execute the search in appropriate library databases Evaluate the credibility

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/information-literacy-csumb (2016-02-12)
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  • Audio | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive About Us Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement What s New Available Computers Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Search Our Collections Video Audio Images Audio Audio The library has nearly 280 audio CDs in its circulating collection Included in the collection are musical genres and styles taught in the CSUMB curriculum American indigenous folk and popular music jazz world music classical music opera and the spoken word poetry speeches etc The loan period for audio discs is three days Headsets for listening to CDs may be checked out from the Circulation Desk by CSUMB students faculty and staff A complete alphabetical list of all audio CDs in the library is available To search the library catalog for specific

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/audio (2016-02-12)
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  • Images | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Start Your Research Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources Get Research Help How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Search Our Collections Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive About Us Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement What s New Available Computers Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Search Our Collections Video Audio Images Images images Read This First Most images are owned by someone You are responsible for fair use of any images you download or post Before you use any images you find on the Internet read the copyright notice Confused about copyright fair use permissions and licensing then take a Copyright Crash Course Search Engines for Images Bing Images Google Images Yahoo Images Corbis Images stock photography Fotosearch Stock Photography stock photography from many vendors Image and Sound Databases from UC Berkeley Selected Image Collections American Memory from the Library of Congress California Heritage Collection from UC Berkeley California Views historical photos from local commercial photographer Flickr The Commons Geo Images Project from UC Berkeley Life Magazine Photo Archive hosted by Google NASA Images from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Atlas of the United States from U S Department of the Interior New York Public Library Digital Gallery NOAA Photo Library from the National

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/images (2016-02-12)
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  • About the Archive | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Ask A Librarian Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Search Our Collections Capstone Thesis Archive About the Archive The CSUMB Capstone Thesis Archive hosted by the Library provides a means of archiving and providing access to the significant culminating work of CSUMB seniors and graduate students As such and in keeping with CSUMB s vision to invest in preparation for the future through integrated use of technology the goal of the archive is to be predominantly electronic The Archive began accepting materials in 1999 and encourages all students to submit their Capstones or theses Submission of an electronic representation of their project to the Library Archive is voluntary These are records of achievement for our students not only as a representation of their own experience here at CSUMB but also to help provide the university with a permanent and public record of culminating student experiences as they reflect our vision and learning outcomes If you are a student and want to submit your Capstone or thesis please take a look at Add your Capstone or Add your Thesis for more information The guidelines and policies set out in these sections are important to follow because they facilitate quicker better and more permanent access to Capstones and theses in media that are supported by the university The Library will provide server space and online access to the electronic version of Capstones and theses submitted to the Archive Access is provided online for either local campus or world wide access via the Library s catalog Voyager and the CSUMB Capstone Thesis Archive website The Library will also provide preservation binding of print theses The archival

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/about-archive (2016-02-12)
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  • Browse the Archive | Cal State Monterey Bay
    in Search Search Library Library Menu Toggle navigation Quick Links Available Computers Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Start Your Research Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources Get Research Help How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Search Our Collections Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive About Us Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement What s New Available Computers Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Search Our Collections Capstone Thesis Archive Browse the Archive Browse all the Capstones in the Archive CHHS Capstones ESSP Capstones Global Studies Capstones HCOM Capstones Liberal Studies Capstones Math Capstones Music and Performing Arts Capstones SBS Capstones VPA Capstones Browse Master s Theses in the Archive Education Theses

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  • Archive FAQ | Cal State Monterey Bay
    your Capstone project can be archived is to create your project in one or more of the preferred archival formats Preferred Archival Formats Is my Capstone or thesis archivable If your Capstone or thesis consists primarily of a fieldwork experience and you re not required to write a report give a presentation or make a film about the fieldwork then your Capstone or thesis is probably not archivable Capstone or thesis deliverables don t have to be tangible but they do need to be more than conceptual or experiential For example if your deliverable is a poetry reading at the annual Capstone Festival then you could archive a scanned digital image of your handwritten poem along with a video recording of your poetry reading at the Festival What is the Author Access form for Most of the information from this form will be used create access to your Capstone or thesis in the Library s catalog and on the Capstone Thesis Archive website The private information your address email etc will be kept in the Library s private records to identify you as the owner of the Capstone or thesis This form is also an agreement between you as the author and the Library letting each other know that we each understand our rights and responsibilities with regard to copyright The Author Access form should be filled out and submitted online before you turn in your Capstone or thesis to the Library Your Capstone or thesis cannot be archived without this form Who will be able to look at my Capstone project Most Capstone projects will be accessible from the Capstone Thesis Archive website and the Library s catalog Voyager These are both freely accessible on the Internet Can I limit access to my Capstone or thesis to CSUMB researchers

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  • Add Your Capstone | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Start Your Research Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources Get Research Help How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Search Our Collections Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive About Us Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement What s New Available Computers Course Reserves Group Study Rooms Interlibrary Loan Renew a Book Reference Quick Facts Databases by Subject Subject Guides Course Guides Citing Your Sources How Do I Tutorials Instruction Ask A Librarian Books Articles and More Library Catalog EBooks Articles Databases List of Journal Titles Video Audio Images Capstone Thesis Archive Library Hours Maps Directions Library Directory Services Policies Mission Statement CSUMB Home Academics Library Search Our Collections Capstone Thesis Archive Add Your Capstone add your capstone to the archive What do I have to do This is a three step process that takes about 20 minutes Fill out and submit the online Author Access form Most of the information from this form will be used create access to your Capstone The private information your address email etc will be kept in the Library s private records to identify you as the owner of the Capstone This form is also an agreement between you as the author and the Library letting each other know that we each understand our rights and responsibilities with regard to copyright Put your Capstone into acceptable archive format see link below Email your Capstone as an email attachment to capstone archive csumb edu If your Capstone is in CD or other format in a container make an appointment with Jane Pollock in the Library contact information below to drop off

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/library/add-your-capstone (2016-02-12)
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