Landmark Cases Research the case known as . It’s best to start with your text to get the background and then read the majority opinion.

Landmark Cases Research the case known as . It’s best to start with your text to get the background and then read the majority opinion. In a 4- to 5-page Microsoft Word document, address the following points: After you have addressed those points, explain how this case relates to the “stop-and-frisk” issue. Lastly, briefly describe how a sixteen-year-old juvenile who was stopped, frisked, and arrested would be handled by the police and court as his or her case is processed. Pay particular attention to the “language” of the system. Cite any sources you use on a separate page by using APA guidelines.

Materials on fallacy and content for Module 6 Refer to and reflect on the persuasive advertising strategies and the logical fallacies listed in this week’s

Materials on fallacy and content for Module 6 Refer to and reflect on the persuasive advertising strategies and the logical fallacies listed in this week’s module content. In this discussion post (100-400 words), address the following: After you have posted your own main response to the Discussion assignment, post at least two substantive responses, a minimum of 100 words each, to other students’ main postings, offering specific feedback about the ideas they posted. You must post your main Discussion posting before you can reply to other students. A substantive post will do at least ONE of the following:

write analysis for my friend presentation. of presicave speech. one page. i will give you what he did in his presentation and write about it

write analysis for my friend presentation. of presicave speech. one page. i will give you what he did in his presentation and write about it he did very well . the topic of  his presentation is” good effects of vedio game to children” he start his presentation with vedio and then he asked the audience do they believe somesentinces about vedio games. then he explain what is the right and the wrong about thesentences he showed. he used. and he said some of the vedio games are good because they let them to move and when he speak shows some examples  like the obesity and the nintendo wii and how does the vedio games to reduce obesity.AND online games to communicate with others. he concluted with some advices for parents like play with thier kids. write about his contact with the audience. no sources. i attached vedio for his presentation. analysis for his presentation not for the topic like what he did how he did

Globally disbursed organizations have a wealth of resources that are available to them, especially when it comes to implementing its business continuity plan to continue

Globally disbursed organizations have a wealth of resources that are available to them, especially when it comes to implementing its business continuity plan to continue operations. Apart from the unlimited availability of funds, many of these organizations have brand recognition and can resume its services based on its name alone, if it needs to relocate. Small businesses do not have the same financial, technology, personnel resources availability. Furthermore, they are deficient in brand recognition outside of its immediate demographic location. So when disasters occur, it often cripples a small businesses ability to continue its operations, and a number of these smaller operations closes its doors. Because small businesses do not have the financial resources, it is possible for them to develop a business continuity plan? Being mindful of its financial limitations, what are five components that a small business should primarily focus on in its business continuity plan? Explain these components are essential.  If a business continuity plan is not financially obtainable for a small business explains why it is not economically feasible. Why options will they have?  Think about Federal or state government assistance and support. Is the government obligated to smaller businesses restore its operations? If yes, explain. If not, explain. Is the government obligated to offer small companies assistance on a personal level, business level, or both? If yes, explain. If not, explain. What government resources can assist small businesses after a disaster strikes? Are small businesses guaranteed to secure these resources?

Statistical application and the interpretation of data is important in health care. Review the statistical concepts covered in this topic. In a 750-1,000 word paper,

Statistical application and the interpretation of data is important in health care. Review the statistical concepts covered in this topic. In a 750-1,000 word paper, discuss the significance of statistical application in health care. Include the following: Three peer-reviewed, scholarly or professional references are required. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the for assistance.

Split (2016) This purpose of this assignment is to give you an opportunity to explore the psychotherapeutic relationship in great depth as it is portrayed

Split (2016) This purpose of this assignment is to give you an opportunity to explore the psychotherapeutic relationship in great depth as it is portrayed on screen (i.e. in movies or television programs). For this assignment create a 10-12 slide PowerPoint Presentation where you analyze and discuss the character(s) of your choosing.  In this presentation, analyze a character’s illness and treatment from the perspective of a psychotherapist. Be sure to include a title slide, references, citations, and speaker notes, all in APA formatting. You are expected to format your presentation according to APA formatting guidelines. see the APA resources folder on the Modules page for additional resources and tools for in preparing your presentation. Be sure to cite your sources accordingly, to avoid plagiarism in your formal written assignments. You are required to include discussion of: Which perspective(s) is(are) being represented in the film? Does the treatment seem to be effective? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this approach? What alternative approaches might you recommend? If therapy was not presented in the media you selected, what approach would you select or recommend for the character(s) you’ve chosen? Note: Be sure to include images for the speaker as this facilitates following along with the material. If you would like to choose a film or series not included on this list, let me know and I will review the choice with you. You are expected to turn the PRESENTATION in by the due date label your document with your last name and the name of the assignment like this, FERNANDEZ_paper.doc Format for presentations must be in PowerPoint format.

, review this week’s Resources. Reflect on a community with which you are familiar and that is in close proximity to you. Then, consider the

, review this week’s Resources. Reflect on a community with which you are familiar and that is in close proximity to you. Then, consider the population and geographical characteristics of that community, as well as its strengths and challenges. Finally, think about how these challenges you identified might be viewed as a strength for that community. a description of the community you selected ( ). Then, explain the strengths and challenges associated with that community based on its characteristics. Finally, explain how you, as a social worker, might the community view its perceived challenges as a strength. Itzhaky, H., & York, A. S. (2002). Showing results in community organization. (2), 125-131. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H., Jr. (2015). (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning. Chapter 5, “Engagement and Assessment in Generalist Practice” (pp. 161-206) Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H., Jr. (2015). (6th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning. Chapter 4, “Skills for Working with Organizations and Communities” (pp. 127-160)

Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find

Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: _________________________________ 12.  On the results list, using the Limit to options on the left side of the screen move the “date slider” to change the date range of your results. Set the date range from 2010 to the present. List the new number of search results: ____________________________ 13. Select any article by clicking on the title. Notice the Tool options on the right side of the screen. List two of the tools available: 14. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using strategies you have learned so far find and select Films on Demand . Search for “study skills” by titles (default). List one of the Films on Demand titles from the results list. 15. Did you know about Guides from the HU Library that contain links to the HU Library databases? Go back to the Library area in the Canvas Student Resource Center and look for the Guides section. Select a Guide of interest to you and provide your selection : _____________________________________________________________________________________ Select the Find Articles Tab (select another guide if your first choice does not include this tab) and list one of the databases from that you find: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Feel free to go back and explore any of these resources. Remember when you have questions on database selection and using the tools, contact the Herzing University Librarians. They are here to assist you and all Herzing University Students. Part 2: Being Strategic When Conducting Research Now we will focus on the topic you have developed in the prior units. This activity will set you up for success as you use the library databases to research your topic in our next unit. 16. Enter the thesis statement you have formulated for your topic. 17. Keywords: (What are the main words that describe your subject and what you want to say about it?) 18. Synonyms: (What other words can you use that mean the same thing as your keywords?) Using synonyms EXPANDS your search. 19. Narrower Terms: (What are some specific things you want to know about the keywords?) 20. Expanding/Broader Terms: (What larger subjects include your keywords or synonyms?) Hint:  See the next page for some search strategy reminders 21. Indicate two (2) Herzing University Library databases you will use to search for your topic: Database #1: Database #2: 22. Identify one (1) source (article, e-Book, video, etc.) you locate that addresses your topic. Include title, author, date of publication, which database you located it in. Title: Author: Date: Database: 23. describe your experience completing the library search in Part 1 of the assignment. What did you learn that you did not know before?  What seemed particularly useful? Then, do the same for Part 2. How does identifying search terms, databases and a source move you forward in your research process? How will this be useful? Use Linking Words and Symbols for Precise Results Boolean Logic Searching – Great Search Strategy for Precise Results: AND = documents include both one word and another.  This narrows your focus. OR = documents include one word or the other.  Use with synonyms.  This broadens focus. NOT = eliminates documents with even one occurrence of the word.  Use this cautiously! Check to see if you can use a wildcard to catch multiple endings.  This is also call truncation.  For example, work* might get work, worked, working, work, workers.  Look for Search Tips or on the search screen to see which symbol is used in the database or search engine you are using. Use parenthesis for grouping or nesting terms together. Here is a sample search: research and (skills or strateg*) It will retrieve: 1. All documents retrieved will have the word research AND all documents will have some form of the word with strateg as the root. For example, strategy, strategies, strategize would all be found and included in my results list. 2. OR All documents retrieved will have the word research AND the word skills . Most databases use Boolean linking words.  So, if you entered in the search research skills without an AND connector, you would only be searching for the exact phrase research skills . You would not get occurrences such as skills in research or research and writing skills .  Some databases have the option to use Boolean or not.  Check out the “Advanced” search function or the and Search Tips links in the database. xploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Canvas Student Resource center and access the Library. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? ________ 2.  Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : ________________________ List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : _________________________ How many databases are in the list? __________ 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library and notice that the same Subjects are listed.  Once again, select your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: ______________________________________________________ Explain why you chose this database: 4. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ 5. Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Who authors scholarly journals? 6. Check the box next to Peer Reviewed (for this step leave Full Text unchecked) and run your search. How many results are displayed? _____________ 7. Now limit to “full-text” by doing one of the following: either check the box for full-text and hit search OR look for Full- Text in the left margin under Narrow results and click that. How many results are displayed after applying this limit? _______ 8. Scroll down to below where you are allowed to adjust the date range, on the left-hand side of the screen. What is listed there are ways you can narrow your search. list two of these options. List two options: 9.  Find a result that is of interest to you and select the blue title words to reveal more details about the article. In this view of the article notice the tools at the right for downloading the PDF (if available) as well as Cite, Email, Print, and Save.  Select “Cite” Explain what the Cite button does: Click Cancel. 10. Close out of this database and return to the A to Z List. Once again, select Clear Filters . In the “All Subjects” drop-down menu, select Business. You will see a “Best Bets!” section at the top of the list, these are the most relevant databases related to that subject matter. Select Business Source Complete – Ebsco from the list. 11. Business Source Complete opens up to the Advanced Search Screen Enter search terms related to a business topic of your choice (example advertising and sports). List your keywords/search terms: ________________________________________ In the Limit your results section, check the boxes for Full Text and Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals and run your search. List the number of search results: __________

College Student Cheating The McAdams textbook discusses the problem of college student cheating. Using the course material posted on Canvas and the information in the

College Student Cheating The McAdams textbook discusses the problem of college student cheating.  Using the course material posted on Canvas and the information in the text as well as your own knowledge and critical thinking skills, list stakeholder and clearly and completely (in detail) explain the effect college student cheating has on each. There is no need to respond ( ) to others’ posts as your answer should allow others to see who you feel is affected and how you feel they are affected. ( I will deduct for deviations from directions/instructions and guidance–read the guidance.) Good communication is vital.  Organization, clarity, grammar, etc. is important.  Review and edit your writing before you post it.

in your Case Study Analysis related to the scenario provided, explain the following This week, you examine alterations in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems and

in your Case Study Analysis related to the scenario provided, explain the following This week, you examine alterations in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems and the resultant disease processes. You also consider patient characteristics, including racial and ethnic variables, and the impact they have on altered physiology. Learning Objectives 76-year-old female patient complains of weight gain, shortness of breath, peripheral edema, and abdominal swelling. She has a history of congestive heart failure and admits to not taking her diuretic, as it makes her “have to get up every couple hours to go to the bathroom.” She now has to sleep on two pillows in order to get enough air. The College of Nursing requires that all papers submitted include a title page, introduction, summary, and references. The sample paper provided at the Walden Writing Center provides an example of those required elements (available at ). All papers submitted must use this formatting.