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Teaching Web search skills; techniques and strategies of top trainers.


Teaching Web search skills; techniques and strategies of top trainers.

Notess, Greg R.

Information Today, Inc.


344 pages




A reference librarian from Montana State University embraces the complexity of teaching web search skills and explains the advanced search features offered by phrase searching, limits, Boolean searching, and truncation. The teaching resource outlines the structure of different instructional sessions, suggests alternative content search tools beyond the well-known search engines, and provides sample handouts.

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Date:Nov 1, 2006
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