2010.7.13 附属図書館情報リテラシー係 [email protected] 1. Flow of research activity and information research 2. What are journal articles? 3. Difference between book and journal article 4. Let’s find articles on your subject. 5. Let’s use literature databases 6. Literature databases available in Kobe Univ. 7. How to read bibliographical references 8. How to access articles 9. E-journal and literature database 1. Flow of research activity and information research Publication of result ・Try to find preceding research. ・Take the situation of current research relating to your subject. Research is new or not? ◇Journal Article ◇Presentation ◇Patent Select research topic ◇Technical report ◇Thesis ・Researching for related information etc ・Researching for facts 10. Let’s search journals in e-journal list. 11. Find a journal in Kobe Univ.Libraries. Experiment/Fieldwork/Analysis 12. How to read journal information on OPAC Research results 13. When the journal you need is not held in nearest library. 14. To search collections of other institutions Reference: 学術情報探索マニュアル編集委員会 『理・工・医・薬系学生のための学術情報探索マニュアル』丸善, 2007 15. Services available on campus only 2. What are journal articles? 3. Difference between book and journal article One style of original paper Original Paper is to present original research results. It must be written in particular style, to be regard as academic. Academic journals require peer review by experts in the fields discussed in the paper • Title Title • Author Author Affiliation • Publisher date of receipt Abstract book (Journal) • Journal title Letters are short descriptions of important current research findings that are usually fast-tracked for immediate publication because they are considered urgent. ・ Which libraries have the book? • Publication year body Letter,Communication Search Kobe Univ. OPAC by “title” or “author”. • Volume &Issue Reference Review articles Review articles accumulate the results of many different articles on a particular topic and also provide journal references to the original research. Search Kobe Univ. OPAC by “journal title” or “ISSN”. ・ Which libraries have the Journal? • Publication year （Article） Journal Article • Article title Literature database Search them by “article title” “author” “journal title”, “ISSN”, “keyword” • Article author • page ・ Are there published articles on subjects in which you are interested? ・ In which volume does an article appear? 4. Let’s find articles on your subject. 5. Let’s use literature databases. http://www.lib.kobe-u.ac.jp/e-index.html To find a particular article Do you know the full information of the article? To find articles on a particular subject To find one author’s articles (yes) Receive the article (→page 8) (no) Search literature databases. ③ all databases To find articles in one journal Take notes on the information of articles ① frequently used databases Q. What is the full information of an article? A. Article title, author, journal title, volume and issue (ex. Vol.○ No. ●), publication year, page. *You can easily distinguish journals by ISSN (International Standard Serial Number). ②primary databases Q. What is a literature database? A. It is a database of published literatures, including articles on journals. You can find the full information of an article. 7. How to read bibliographical references 6. Literature databases available in Kobe Univ. Search journal articles published in Japan ★Cinii <some part is on cumpus only> ① MAGAZINEPLUS <on campus only> ① ● ・・・covers all subject title ・・・covers all subject Search journal articles published in foreign countries ● ★ Web of Science < on campus only > ① ・・・ is the citation database, covers all subjects. WorldCat ① ・・・the world's biggest bibliographic database EconLit <on campus only> ② ・・・ covers economics. “Publisher” indicates bibliography of books. ● ● article title Business Periodicals Index<on campus only>② ・・・ covers business administration. Journal Title Readers Guide to Periodical Literature <on campus only> ② ・・・with information about articles on general magazine ● ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Complete [A&I] <on campus only> ② ・・・with information about dissertations in the world (especially north America). ● “Volume” indicates bibliography of articles 8. How to access articles. 9. E-journal and literature database Function for searching article ＋ What is an E-journal (Electronic journals) ? ex) It is journal that can be accessed via electronic transmission. Volume Journal Title STEP 1 Electronic Journal Providers site Full text a literature database Are they available on line? E-journal Journal A Route①: Search the literature database and check the link to full text. article B Route②: Search the Kobe Univ. E-journal List.（ →page 9, 10） STEP 2 Do Kobe Univ. libraries hold them? article C Journal B Route: Search our OPAC and check the title and volume. （→page 11, 12） ※ If they are held only in distant library, see STEP 3. STEP 3 article A article D How can I get articles, if they are not held in Kobe Univ? (→page 13) Please order the document delivery service to deliver photocopies article E reflect the information of articles from other libraries (including distant libraries in Kobe Univ.). Journal C Kobe Univ. E-journal list (This service is charged) 10. Let’s search journals in e-journal list. article F 11. Find a Journal in Kobe University libraries http://www.lib.kobe-u.ac.jp/ Kobe Univ. Library Online Public Access Catalog Search by Journal title. Journal title ,publisher and ISSN are searchable. ISSN and publisher are searchable in “Advanced”. ★☆ When journal title consists of only general words☆★ How to read the list ISSN ① ② ③ ④ ① Available years. This site provides 1937 - 1996. Site names link to e-journal sites. ② This site provides 1997 - the current issue. ③ This journal requires id and password. Click the key icon and access the password list. ④ This is the link to Kobe Univ. OPAC. Search by Limit the search object to “Journal” only. 12. How to read journal information on OPAC. 13. When the journal you need is not held in nearest library. Point! Check which library hold the volume and issue ! If titles changed, links to the former and next titles are displayed. ～How to read Volumes～ ・43(1) means “Vol.43 No.1” ・34-42 means “Vol.34-42 are held” ・(2-4) means 1 is not held URL1： Link to E-Journal URL3： Link to Publisher site From Fee Branch libraries in Kobe Univ ¥20 / sheet Other libraries Requests After the arrival of copies We email to your ISTC address.* If you would like another address, please fill it in the Comment field of the request form. Submit requests via web (Usually ¥40~50 / form. sheet and Fee varies. Please receive copies at the library of your faculty or school after payment of the fee. *ISTC: Information Science and Technology Center, Kobe University delivery fee) Link to detail of bindings Link to detail of current volume 14. To search collections of other institutions Q. How can I visit libraries of other institutions? A. In many cases, a letter of introduction is necessary. Please ask librarians. ※ You can check which library holds the journal in NACSIS Webcat （http://webcat.nii.ac.jp/）. 15. Services available on campus only Most of e-resources and commercial online databases are available only when accessing them from the campus network. Students and faculty can connect to these services and materials from out-of-campus, by using VPN service provided by ISTC. ～ Webcat can be searched in our OPAC. ～ For further information, see ISTC web site from the link on footer of our web site. Setting guide is also available on campus only. Please check it on campus. Check “NACSIS Webcat” and remove the check of “Kobe Univ.Library”.