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7th library vocab

believable, trustworthy credible
biased one-sided, prejudiced
a book, usually published annually containing facts and statistics almanac
a collection of maps atlas
listing of sources used bibliography
AND, OR, NOT = words used to expand or narrow a search Boolean operators
online public access catalog or a listing of materials in the library OPAC
the information needed to track down a book or article citation
to give credit to the original source cite
a researchable collection of information such as Infohio Database
a set of reference books containing articles on a wide-variety of topic encyclopedia
copying someone else's words or ideas without giving them credit plagiarism
material that provides first-hand accounts of events - diary, speech, photo, newspaper articles from the time primary source
the section of the library containing large books (dictionaries, atlases, encyclopedia) with facts Reference section
a book about a person's life biography
a book a person writes about his or her own life autobiography
restate in your own words paraphrase
informational, true text dealing with real-life, actual subjects nonfiction
fiction imaginative narrative made-up by the author
Dewey Decimal Classification system Library organization system in which books are organized by subject
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