Internet Research Skills is a clear and concise guide to the effective use of the Internet for students in the social sciences. The open web is becoming central to student research practice, not least because of its accessibility, and this clear text describes search strategies and outlines the critical skills necessary to deal with such diverse and disorganized materials. This book covers all of the essential aspects of Internet research, with each chapter containing a number of illustrations, inset boxes, and short exercises.USA, ac.uk in Britain, ac.jp in Japan, edu.au in Australia, for example. In other ... In many cases authors stipulate that you should not quote from or cite these articles without direct permis- sion from the author. ... Official documents are those produced by public institutions, and by government and international agencies.
|Title||:||Internet Research Skills|
|Author||:||Dr Niall O Dochartaigh|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2007-02-15|