Can't find the answers you're looking for online? Here is the book that will answer your questions. You'll learn how to dramatically extend your library's ability to provide current, complete, and accurate answers to an amazing array of questions. Topics include when to use and how to evaluate both print and Internet sources, strategies for quickly answering ready reference questions using the Internet, when to use an Internet search engine or directory site, strategies for using them effectively, and techniques for handling more complex reference questions. Designed as an individualized workshop between two covers, you'll also find tips for creating your own qReference Web Page, q and descriptions of sites the author has found useful, including metasites and qonline vertical files.q A companion Web site keeps site information up-to-date. If you work at a reference desk in any type of library in any capacity, this book is for you.aquot; A companion Web site keeps site information up-to-date. If you work at a reference desk in any type of library in any capacity, this book is for you.
|Title||:||Using the Internet As a Reference Tool|
|Author||:||Michael P. Sauers, Denice Adkins|
|Publisher||:||Neal Schuman Pub - 2001|