Use Library Search to find this article:
Kraushaar, James M., and Novak, David C. "Examining the Affects of Student Multitasking with Laptops During the Lecture. (Report)." Journal of Information Systems Education 21.2 (2010): 241. Web.
Track down the following sources. All of these were written by Clay Shirky.
For each, write down what it is and where you found it:
Tip: logging into the search will show you Summit and interlibrary loan links to obtain items.
Here are a few possible scenarios with strategies for tracking down sources:
Search finds article with full text ► Click Full text available and follow links to database
You don't find an article you think the library should have ► Click the box marked "Include results with additional delivery time"
Search finds article, but not full text ► Click the No Full-text link to see if we have the volume and issue you need in paper
Search finds article citation but not full text or paper journal ► Try Google or Google Scholar; sometimes we can find it on the web
Search finds article citation, no full text, not on Google ► Request interlibrary loan (automatic form, electronic fill in form, paper form)
You searched for an essay or book chapter, Search finds eBook ► Follow Online access or Full text available links and search contents of the book
You searched for an essay or book chapter, search finds paper book
Chemeketa has the book ► Find call number ("Available at ...") and find on shelf
Chemeketa doesn’t have the book ► Request via Summit or Interlibrary Loan forms
Search indicates full text, but the link to the database comes up empty ► Try searching directly in the database (the database may not understand the info sent by the library search)
Possible error in citation ► Google the citation or parts of the citation to verify
Reference from a lecture, interview, or perhaps conference presentation:
Item is ephemeral, notes are not available or are in the possession of the author, such as personal interview notes, and are not available ► Contact the author
Notes may be available on website, perhaps of sponsoring organization in the event of a conference and sometimes for lectures
Item is a website or document on a website ► Visit the website and search for source content