A Midsummer Night s Dream Research Guide

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A Midsummer Night's Fantasy Research Guide. Print Ebooks Databases Sites. Print Materials and Ebooks. Find the Site for this task Use WebCat to Find Library Materials Use Different Field Catches to best suit your need

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A Midsummer Night's Dream Research Guide Print Ebooks Databases WebSites

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Print Materials and Ebooks Locate the WebSite for this task Use WebCat to Locate Library Materials Utilize Various Field Buttons to best suit your need When the Call # is EBOOK, you have to click An electronic book available through the World Wide Web; click for data and enter your User ID and secret word to get to. You can likewise get to the Ebooks in NetLibrary straightforwardly.

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Databases Britannica Online Biography Resource Center Gale Literary Resource Center (at NYPL) (You will require a NYPL card and client standardized tag number to utilize this database.) Each one has its own design and pursuit procedures to take after. Continuously read the Help or Search Tips record.

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Search Web Sites for Text and Images Using Google Use one of a kind catchphrases and key expressions Use improved Boolean administrators, OR, - , and " Use one of a kind and not general words and expressions. Join ideas to limit your outcomes. Utilize equivalent words and related words. Utilize " site :" administrator to center indexed lists

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"full moon" lunacy site:discovery.com Examples of Google "site:" looks Examples of "site:" Searches puck pixies legends site:edu freud dreams site:harvard.edu

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Domain Extensions and What They Mean .com, .information, .television, .ws, .business, .name, and so on - organizations, business locales, singular destinations. Anybody can enlist these spaces. .organization - initially held for not-for-profit associations – anyway, anybody can pay and enlist an .organization site. .gov - government organizations .edu - normally saved for advanced education establishments – schools and colleges. It is utilized by some secondary schools.

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What Happens When You Use a Search Engine? How about we See… .

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You are Here. Leading web-looks by means of Google. 3 – 6 months of deferral in ordering and refreshing Google's Database Robots ("creepy crawlies") can't pass judgment on settings or assess legitimacy. Pages Indexed The Web Pages Indexed Web Pages Indexed Web Pages Indexed Web Pages Indexed Web Pages Indexed Web Pages Indexed Robots/Spiders record and store writings/pictures from pages for the database.

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Evaluating Websites Always ask these two inquiries: Who/What association delivered the webpage, composed the content, and gave the pictures? Why did they make the site?

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How to Determine Who Put Up the Site? Scan for an "about" document on the site. Scan for a connection to this individual or organization's experience on the site. Lessening the URL (web address) to uncover the "personality" of the individual or organization. Seek somewhere else to discover more about the individual or the association. Keep in mind: If the maker of the site is pleased and beyond any doubt of the legitimacy of the data gave, he/she/they won't conceal their personalities from the clients.

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Why Does the Site Exist? It is vital to make sense of what the individual/organization' goals are – to teach, to influence, to offer, or to engage?

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What If No Evidence of Reliability Can be Found? Try not to USE THE INFORMATION ON THE SITE. Try not to USE THE INFORMATION ON THE SITE. Try not to USE THE INFORMATION ON THE SITE. Try not to USE THE INFORMATION ON THE SITE. Try not to USE THE INFORMATION ON THE SITE.

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Record Your Findings Cite All Sources (How? It's accessible on the MS Library's Web Page .) Record what you've realized, utilizing your own words and expressions. Try not to Copy/Paste thoughtlessly. Try not to Plagiarize.

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