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  • Diversity and the Media: Library & Internet Resources: Plagiarism | Oviatt Library
    2014 Cheating or plagiarism in connection with an academic Program at a CSU campus is listed in Section 41301 Title 5 California Code of Regulations as an offense for which a student may be expelled suspended or given a less severe disciplinary sanction Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas or work of another as one s own in any academic exercise Comments Direct Quotation Every direct quotation must be identified by quotation marks by appropriate indentation or by other means of identification and must be promptly cited in a footnote Proper footnote style for any academic department is outlined by the MLA Style Sheet or K L Turabian s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers Theses and Dissertations These and similar publications are available in the Matador Bookstore and at the reference desk of the Oviatt Library See also Citing Your Sources Style Guides Paraphrase Prompt acknowledgment is required when material from another source is paraphrased or summarized in whole or in part in your own words To acknowledge a paraphrase properly one might state to paraphrase Locke s comment and conclude with a footnote identifying the exact reference A footnote acknowledging only a directly quoted statement does not suffice to notify the reader of any preceding or succeeding paraphrased material Borrowed Facts or Information Information obtained in one s reading or research that is not common knowledge among students in the course must be acknowledged Examples of common knowledge might include the names of leaders of prominent nations basic scientific laws etc Materials that contribute only to one s general understanding of the subject may be acknowledged in the bibliography and need not be immediately footnoted One footnote is usually sufficient to acknowledge indebtedness when a number of connected sentences in the paper draw their special

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  • Education Sources: Starting Your Research | Oviatt Library
    written copy of your assignment with you to the Library if possible detailing the requirements so that you can refer to it as you conduct your research it will help keep you on track How much information do you need Three sources Six sources What type Books Journals Magazines Take ten If you come to the library and after ten minutes of beginning your research you are not finding material relevant to your topic STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND ASK FOR ASSISTANCE There is no point in continuing down a dead end path Consult with a librarian to help get you started with appropriate research source s for your assignment What have you found Journal article or magazine article If you are not sure ASK HOW to recognize the difference See http library csun edu Guides ResearchStrategies FindingArticles Know that it is O K to ask reference librarians questions That is why they are here Librarians are available at the first floor Reference Desk as well as via email live chat Text a Librarian and by individual appointment made in advance See http library csun edu ResearchAssistance AskUs Ask questions of more than one librarian if you need to Librarians often have subject expertise in specific areas and often have different approaches to answering the same question When you locate material of interest print out or write down where you found the information which database Keep track of authors titles publication dates etc needed for your reference list later Are you paraphrasing or plagiarizing If you re re stating what someone else has stated written in your own words that s paraphrasing and you should still credit the source If you are cutting and pasting someone else s words into your work without giving them credit that s plagiarizing Don t do that It can get you kicked out of school and that doesn t look good on your resume See http www csun edu a r soc studentconduct html Check with your instructor or a librarian on how to properly cite your sources Don t wait until the last minute Although it s exciting to live on the edge come to the library before the pressure is on Become familiar with the resources available to you Ask why subscription databases are different from the Internet See http library csun edu Guides ResearchStrategies EvaluatingLibraryResources Printing The library offers only a pay to print option for its computer printers and photocopy machines Both require a library debit card Debit card machines accept paper currency only 1 00 5 00 etc Bring cash with you if there is a possibility that you will want to print from a computer station or make copies When sending documents or web pages to the printer your materials are saved for ½ hour only 30 minutes Be sure to pick up your materials by that time After that they are DELETED Ask about connecting to the Library s Databases from off campus home See http

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/EducationSources/StartingResearch (2016-02-17)
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  • Education Sources: Databases | Oviatt Library
    issue papers instructional materials and test evaluation instruments Document records contain ERIC ID Number ED number Publication Date Number of records over 430 000 CSUN Library owns all ERIC documents on microfiche from 1966 to the present ERIC Digests are NOT journal articles but are Short reports 1 000 1 500 words on topics current interest in education and are targeted specifically for teachers administrators policymakers and other practitioners ERIC Digests are generally useful to the broad educational community and are designed to provide an overview of information on a given topic plus references to items providing more detailed information Eric Digests are reviewed by experts and content specialists in the field ERIC Digests records contain ERIC ID Number ED number Publication Date easy to overlook appears immediately before the title sometimes the month is shown but often just a two digit year appears Number of records over 2 400 ERIC Digests are always available in full text The Oviatt Library offers online ERIC access via three separate database versions ERIC from CSA Cambridge Scientific Abstracts ERIC on EbscoHost ERIC U S Department of Education PsycINFO PsycINFO on EbscoHost Provides citations with abstracts follow FindText links to available full text in psychology and behavioral sciences from the American Psychological Association PsycINFO indexes Psychology sociology anthropology education pharmacology physiology linguistics Sources indexed 1 300 journals Dates covered 1887 to present plus books and book chapters from 1987 to present Go to PsycInfo Social Services Abstracts Social Services on CSA Provides citations with abstracts NO full text to current research focusing on social work human services and related areas including social welfare social policy and community development The database also includes abstracts of dissertations and citations to book reviews Topics indexed Community and mental health services crisis intervention the family and social welfare gerontology poverty and homelessness professional issues in social work social and health policy social services in addiction social work education social work practice support groups networks violence abuse neglect and welfare services Sources indexed 1 600 journals Dates covered 1980 present Go to Social Services Abstracts Social Sciences Full Text Social Sciences Full Text on WilsonWeb Articles from 300 journals in the social sciences indexing 1983 abstracts 1984 select full text 1994 Go to Social Sciences Full Text 3 Journal Indexes Journal indexes provide a subject approach to articles published in magazines journals and other periodicals The following indexes are all useful in researching education and its related topics Available through the Library s homepage Ask at the Reference Desk if you would like some assistance with using the computers Education Full Text A primary source along with ERIC in education Indexes articles published in approximately 550 education journals Education Index is one of the many indexes included in the WilsonWeb database ERIC Databases ERIC contains references to journal articles and unpublished literature such as research reports conference papers curriculum guides and program evaluations ERIC Documents ED on microfiche date back to 1966 Current Index to Journals in Education

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/EducationSources/Databases (2016-02-17)
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  • Education Statistics and Data: Specific Schools, Districts & Colleges | Oviatt Library
    Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Education Statistics and Data Specific Schools Districts Colleges National California Specific Schools Districts Colleges International California Community Colleges MIS Data Mart CSU Analytic Studies provides detailed data on the California State University system and individual campuses CSUN Office of Institutional Research provides data on CSUN Community Information by Zip Code to learn about the community served by a specific school GreatSchools org and Local School Directory com government data plus opinion and other input from parents and students Los Angeles Unified School District Los Angeles County Office of Education Los Angeles County School Districts School District Demographics System provides access to demographics social characteristics and economics of children and school districts from the National Center for Education Statistics NCES of the U S Department of Education Search for Schools Colleges and Libraries finds information about school districts private schools colleges universities and public libraries in the United States University of California Institutional Research Academic Planning Del Williams Acquisitions Librarian Contact Information delphia williams csun edu Related Guides Subject Guides Cross Cultural Learning Education Sources Course Guides Educational Leadership Policy Studies 417 Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 600 Raby Educational Leadership

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/GovPubs-EdStats/Schools (2016-02-17)
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  • Education Statistics and Data: International | Oviatt Library
    s Information Competence Program Collections Music Media Special Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Education Statistics and Data International National California Specific Schools Districts Colleges International World Bank includes data about education in developing countries as well as many other topics United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO education data International Statistical Agencies US Census Bureau detailed information on other countries Del Williams Acquisitions Librarian Contact Information delphia williams csun edu Related Guides Subject Guides Cross Cultural Learning Education Sources Course Guides Educational Leadership Policy Studies 417 Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 600 Raby Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 641 Su Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 673 Durdella Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 780 Auerbach Graduate Research in Special Education Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr Los Angeles Sports Journalist and Community Advocate S F

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/guides/GovPubs-EdStats/International (2016-02-17)
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  • Educational Psychology & Counseling: Early Childhood Education | Oviatt Library
    Special Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Educational Psychology Counseling Early Childhood Education Overview Early Childhood Education Marriage and Family Therapy School Counseling School Psychology Overview Our program is accredited by NCATE National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education the professional accrediting organization for schools colleges and departments of education in the United States and aligned with NAEYC National Association for the Education of Young Children Standards for Advanced Programs Eric P Garcia Social Sciences Humanities Librarian Contact Information Oviatt Library 18111 Nordhoff St Northridge CA 91330 8328 Office Oviatt Library Room 226 2nd Floor Phone Number 818 677 6809 Fax 818 677 4136 Email Address eric garcia csun edu Related Guides Course Guides Educational Psychology Counseling 430 Educational Psychology Counseling 607 Library Resources Educational Psychology and Counseling 671 Recreation and Tourism Management 600 Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr Los

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Guides/EPC/EPC (2016-02-17)
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  • Educational Psychology & Counseling: Marriage and Family Therapy | Oviatt Library
    and Family Therapy School Counseling School Psychology Overview The marriage and family therapy specialization within the M S degree in Counseling is a nationally accredited CACREP program that provides students with competency in the content areas required by the State Board of Behavioral Science for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist LMFT and a Licensed Professional Counselor LPC Our mission is to train exceptional marriage and family therapists to serve the needs of individuals couples children and families in the the diverse communities of Southern California We seek to provide a supportive engage learning environment that enables our students to develop effective working relationships with diverse clients competency in contemporary therapy theories and a solid foundation in the field s evidence base Using a learning centered outcome based pedagogy our cutting edge curriculum balances academic knowledge with clinical practice to ensure all students develop the real world skills they need to succeed throughout their careers Our students are prepared to provide services in community public and private mental health settings and eventually to serve as leaders in the field Many students also choose to pursue doctoral studies upon graduation Upon completion of coursework and being awarded the degree students are eligible to apply to the State Board for internship registration when endorsed by an officer of the University Following completion of 3 000 hours of supervised field experience and successful passage of a written and oral examination administered by the State Board candidates are awarded the Marriage Family Child Counseling license by the State Please visit our MFT program webpage which provides extensive information guidance and forms for applicants students and graduates www csunmft net Eric P Garcia Social Sciences Humanities Librarian Contact Information Oviatt Library 18111 Nordhoff St Northridge CA 91330 8328 Office Oviatt Library Room 226 2nd

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  • Educational Psychology & Counseling: School Counseling | Oviatt Library
    Course Guides Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Citing Your Sources Research Instruction and Outreach Services CSUN s Information Competence Program Collections Music Media Special Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Educational Psychology Counseling School Counseling Overview Early Childhood Education Marriage and Family Therapy School Counseling School Psychology Eric P Garcia Social Sciences Humanities Librarian Contact Information Oviatt Library 18111 Nordhoff St Northridge CA 91330 8328 Office Oviatt Library Room 226 2nd Floor Phone Number 818 677 6809 Fax 818 677 4136 Email Address eric garcia csun edu Related Guides Course Guides Educational Psychology Counseling 430 Educational Psychology Counseling 607 Library Resources Educational Psychology and Counseling 671 Recreation and Tourism Management 600 Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr Los Angeles Sports Journalist and Community Advocate S F V S C November 4 1968 Oviatt Library Twitter ScholarWorks Twitter LibAnswers FAQ Can patrons

    Original URL path: http://library.csun.edu/Guides/EPC/SchoolCounseling (2016-02-17)
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