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Fontys Digital Library Mediatheek Moller Nathalie van den Eerenbeemt Mark Hollants 5 september 2019

Fontys Digital Library Mediatheek Moller Nathalie van den Eerenbeemt Mark Hollants 5 september 2019 1

What has the library to offer: Ø Newspapers all Dutch newspapers 4, 000 international

What has the library to offer: Ø Newspapers all Dutch newspapers 4, 000 international newspapers Ø Journals app. 40, 000 journals app. 62 million articles Ø Company information Ø Statistics all Dutch companies app. 91 million foreign companies Ø Market and branch reports Ø Country reports > 160, 000 Netherlands and international 2

Library Moller https: //fontys. nl/Moller. htm 3

Library Moller https: //fontys. nl/Moller. htm 3

Library Moller 4

Library Moller 4

Company. info Information relating to all Dutch enterprises (and foreign enterprises with branches in

Company. info Information relating to all Dutch enterprises (and foreign enterprises with branches in The Netherlands) • Annual results and ratios (including balances, profit & loss accounts) ; • Annual accounts; • Adresses en organisation details; • Management details (structure); • Press reports; • Benchmark tool to compare competitors; • App. 9, 000 full text market reports. 5

Business Source Premier International economic research database • > 2, 300 full text periodicals:

Business Source Premier International economic research database • > 2, 300 full text periodicals: business, marketing, management; • Company profiles of 30, 000 international companies; • > 160, 000 industry profiles; • Country reports. 6

Business Searching Interface Special interface of the database Business Source Premier • Country Reports;

Business Searching Interface Special interface of the database Business Source Premier • Country Reports; • Industry Profiles; • Company Profiles. Very suitable for DESTEP or PESTEL analyses 7

Business Searching Interface Country Reports Denmark Browse 8

Business Searching Interface Country Reports Denmark Browse 8

Business Searching Interface Some other sources: CIA World Factbook Ondernemersplein. kvk. nl Doing. Business.

Business Searching Interface Some other sources: CIA World Factbook Ondernemersplein. kvk. nl Doing. Business. org 9

NRIT Kennisbank Reports and articles about the most important topics within the tourism and

NRIT Kennisbank Reports and articles about the most important topics within the tourism and leisure sector, written by professionals in the field. The Knowledge Base is published by the Netherlands Research Institute for Recreation and Tourism. 10

NRIT Kennisbank Trendrapport toerisme, recreatie en vrije tijd 2018 The Trend report tourism, recreation

NRIT Kennisbank Trendrapport toerisme, recreatie en vrije tijd 2018 The Trend report tourism, recreation and leisure 2018 offers an up-to-date statistical overview of supply and demand in the tourism sector and provides insight into trends and innovations relevant to the leisure sector. Available at Library R 3! 11

Euromonitor Passport International economic research database Offers statistics and analyses • 26 B 2

Euromonitor Passport International economic research database Offers statistics and analyses • 26 B 2 C industries; • Countries and consumers; • Companies. 12

Statista Research tool for finding statistics • • • 80, 000 topics; 18, 000

Statista Research tool for finding statistics • • • 80, 000 topics; 18, 000 sources; 175 industry reports; 4, 500 dossiers; 100 country reports; Focus on Germany, USA, United Kingdom and China. 13

Nexis Uni Newspaper database • Articles from all newspapers in the Netherlands: Volkskrant, NRC,

Nexis Uni Newspaper database • Articles from all newspapers in the Netherlands: Volkskrant, NRC, Algemeen Dagblad, Trouw, Brabants Dagblad, etc. ; • Includes some news magazines and trade journals: e. g. Elsevier, De Groene Amsterdammer, Quote, Trends Magazine; • Archive spans several decades • Built-in translate feature 14

Biep. nu Fontys Search Engine • Search multiple Fontys databases simultaneously; • Particularly useful

Biep. nu Fontys Search Engine • Search multiple Fontys databases simultaneously; • Particularly useful when not yet familiar with databases; • > 73 million items; • However: only 25% of all databases are indexed! Do not use Biep. nu exclusively. 15

Google 16

Google 16

Google: market share Global market share: 88% 17

Google: market share Global market share: 88% 17

Google Which of these searches works best in Google? 1. “modern OR contemporary art”

Google Which of these searches works best in Google? 1. “modern OR contemporary art” -museum 2. “modern AND art” OR “contemporary AND art” NOT museum 3. (modern art) OR (contemporary art) NOT museum 1. “modern OR contemporary art” -museum 18

Google Advanced Search 19

Google Advanced Search 19

Google: Search Operators filetype: [pdf, doc, xls, ppt] intitle: inurl: site: related: “” *

Google: Search Operators filetype: [pdf, doc, xls, ppt] intitle: inurl: site: related: “” * 20

Google Basic Search: flowers potted plants Netherlands export Result: Many hits (> 800, 000),

Google Basic Search: flowers potted plants Netherlands export Result: Many hits (> 800, 000), but relatively few relevant search results! 21

Google Advanced Search intitle: flowers OR “potted plants” Netherlands export filetype: pdf Result: Less

Google Advanced Search intitle: flowers OR “potted plants” Netherlands export filetype: pdf Result: Less (119), but better search results! 22

Google Scholar https: //scholar. google. com/ Search engine for finding scholarly publications 23

Google Scholar https: //scholar. google. com/ Search engine for finding scholarly publications 23

Why citing sources? • Citing protects you from plagiarizing. • Citing makes your work

Why citing sources? • Citing protects you from plagiarizing. • Citing makes your work more credible. • Citing enables the reader verification. • Citing allows your reader to learn more, beginning with your sources. • Citing gives credit to the people whose words or ideas you are using. 24

APA Style 6 TH EDITION Citing Sources According to APA Guidelines 25

APA Style 6 TH EDITION Citing Sources According to APA Guidelines 25

Where to find information about APA style? • Download free at: www. auteursrechten. nl

Where to find information about APA style? • Download free at: www. auteursrechten. nl – APA-richtlijnen • Website APA publication https: //www. auteursrechten. nl/apa-richtlijnen With lots of tips, tutorials en FAQ list. • English guidelines: http: //itswww. uvt. nl/lis/es/apa-guide. pdf [email protected] nl

References in 3 steps 1. Determine the type of source 2. Intext: paraphase and

References in 3 steps 1. Determine the type of source 2. Intext: paraphase and quotations 3. Reference list 27

1. What type of source ? APA has different guidelines for different sources •

1. What type of source ? APA has different guidelines for different sources • • Books Chapter of a book Journals Online periodical Webpage Interviews Image, illustration from the web … 28

2. Quotation (literally) Examples: Lindgren (2001) defines stereotypes as “generalized and usually valueladen impressions

2. Quotation (literally) Examples: Lindgren (2001) defines stereotypes as “generalized and usually valueladen impressions that one’s social group uses in characterizing members of another group” (p. 1617). Earlier results indicated that “the bonding process among infants and caretakers exhibits an unparalleled feature within the 14 -day postpartum period. During this time, infants can identify and later recognize characteristics unique to the caretaker “(Mitchell & de Groot, 2013, p. 51). 29

2. Paraphrase (in your own words ) Examples: • In a recent study by

2. Paraphrase (in your own words ) Examples: • In a recent study by Fallon and van der Linden (2014), 161 adults diagnosed with ADHD were compared • Grier, Johnson, Green, Smith, and Hyde (2013) analyzed 65 studies of mindfulness-based therapy (MBT). . • An analysis of 65 studies of mindfulness-based therapy (Grier, Johnson, Green, Smith, & Hyde, 2013). . . 30

3. Reference list: book No first names > use initials 2 or more initials

3. Reference list: book No first names > use initials 2 or more initials > space between S. C. 2 or more authors > use , between the names en & before the last name author is editor > add (Ed. ) Title (and subtitle) italic Title and subtitle divided by : Title and subtitle start with a capital letter Impression after the title (2 nd. ed. ) (not italic) Unknown date > n. d. Chaney, L. H. , & Martin, J. S. (2014). Intercultural business communication (5 th ed. ). Upper Saddle River: Pearson. More than one location of publisher > Mention only the first location Leave words as “Publisher” out

3. Reference list All sources you used in your report At the end of

3. Reference list All sources you used in your report At the end of your report Alfabetically Do nog use bullets. . – ■ 32

APA Style Microsoft Word, the website Scribbr, Biep. nu and several Fontys databases are

APA Style Microsoft Word, the website Scribbr, Biep. nu and several Fontys databases are able to generate references in APA Style automatically. Be aware that none of them are perfect! You are responsible for making correct references, not the software! 33

Literature helpdesk You search We support literatuurhelpdeskmoller@fontys. nl How to contact the Literature helpdesk?

Literature helpdesk You search We support [email protected] nl How to contact the Literature helpdesk? 1. Visit the library in P 1 on Tuesday or Thursday afternoon between 1. 30 and 3. 30 p. m. 2. Send an email to [email protected] nl; . 3. Or make an appointment with an information specialist via [email protected] nl. 34

Questions? Good luck with your desk research ! 35 35

Questions? Good luck with your desk research ! 35 35