Commit 7e405cff authored by Katrin Otto's avatar Katrin Otto

Korrekturen

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<h5>required elective course</h5>
<p>exam:</br>
research portfolio (requirement exam), written exam, presence in face-to-face sessions</p>
research portfolio (preliminary exam), written exam, presence in face-to-face sessions</p>
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Swiss and Austrian union catalogs as well as many international library catalogs simultaneously. At present, several hundred million books,
journals and other media are indexed in the KVK (status: February 2016).</p>
<p>Before searching, you determine which online catalogs are to be searched. Your search query is forwarded to the selected catalogs.
<p>Before searching, you choose which online catalogs are to be searched. Your search query is forwarded to the selected catalogs.
The result lists of the individual union and online catalogs are displayed one after the other.</p>
<p>By the way, you will find the holdings of the Chemnitz University Library and other Saxon libraries in the
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<p>In most cases, university libraries are subdivided into different departments. The university library is the central institution of a one-track
library system in which there are no specialist or institute libraries. In most cases, the library is divided in different areas that one should be
familiar with: the open access collections contains books that can be borrowed and reference copies that cannot be borrowed but can be used within the
familiar with: the open access holdings contains books that can be borrowed and reference copies that cannot be borrowed but can be used within the
library. In the stacked collection there are often reference books but also borrowable books, which have to be ordered from the library staff.
<p>In the following tutorial you will get an insight into Chemnitz University Library (German only), which will serve as an example here.</p>
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<h2 class="text-primary">Search entry in our catalog</h2>
<p>As almost everywhere, in most library catalogs is a simple search (the search slot) and an advanced search. Sometime the latter one is a little bit cumbersome,
<p>As almost everywhere, in most library catalogs there is a simple search (the search bar) and an advanced search. Sometime the latter one is a little bit cumbersome,
but it's worth it if you want to make certain restrictions beforehand in order not to get useless information delivered.</p>
<p>Usually you can select one search field in the simple search. For example the field author or keyword – more about that later.</p>
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<h2 class="text-primary">Second step - What do I need?</h2>
<p>The question of what you need depends on the task at hand (short presentation, thesis, ...).
You can use the following checklist by using mouseover:</p>
Use mouseover function to see the checklist in the fields below:</p>
<div class="bg-info col-md-4 col-xs-12 col-md-offset-1 hover-div" id="checklist1">
<p class="hover-content">How <strong>complete</strong> must a literature list be (depending on the necessary
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<h2 class="text-primary">Step Five - Examine and Modify</h2>
<p>If you have selected the relevant literature from your result list, it is best to check the results carefully.</p>
<p>Now select the most relevant literature from your result list, it is best to check the results carefully.</p>
<p>Do you have too few hits? Or too many?</p>
<p>Do you have too few results? Or too many?</p>
<p>Then you can change your search query to achieve relevant results again.</p>
<p>Then you should change your search query to achieve relevant results.</p>
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<p>Here are two additional tips:</p>
<ul>
<li>Use thesauri or <?php get_popover('subjectheadinglist','keyword lists');?> integrated in the databases.</li>
<li>Use thesauri or <?php get_popover('subjectheadinglist','keyword lists');?> that are sometimes integrated in the databases.</li>
<li>The subject terms within relevant database results, especially the keywords, can also lead to further results</li>
</ul>
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<p>You may have already been annoyed by the fact that a query to Google delivers huge numbers of hits that you can't keep track of.</p>
<p>And you're not always sure how relevant, reliable or serious these results are.
Web <?php get_popover('searchengine','search engines');?> are quite practical for everyday searches for certain facts or trivia and for brainstorming
Web <?php get_popover('searchengine','search engines');?> are quite practical when searching for certain facts or trivia and for brainstorming
but their use is too inefficient for comprehensive, information-oriented research.</p>
<p>One reason for the insecure search with general search engines is that they do not (or cannot) capture all content on the web. Thus, these search engines
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require_once('../../sys/config.inc');
page(__FILE__);
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<h2 class="text-primary">Welcome to the Literature Procurement unit!</h2>
<h2 class="text-primary">Welcome to the unit on how to get ahold of literature!</h2>
<h3 class="text-danger">We answer the following question in this unit:</h3>
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<p>It is getting more important, but also more difficult to find relevant and valid scientific information
and to distinguish it from less reliable infomation. This is where we want to support you with our online course
"Information Literacy". Of course it is not just about how to find this infomation but also how to
make it accessible and replicable, for instance by quoting literature correctly.</p>
make it accessible and reproduce it, for instance by quoting literature correctly.</p>
<p>Only if you are able to apply those principles your work will be scientifically sound and will therefore
enable scientific dialogue and progress.</p>
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