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The Extreme Searcher's Internet Handbook: A Guide for the Serious Searcher, Second Edition
The Extreme Searcher's Internet Handbook: A Guide for the Serious Searcher, Second Edition
"A phenomenal resource for both extreme and not-so-extreme researchers. Great tips, clear explanations, and years of expertise distilled into 250 pages of clear, engaging text. This book should be on every searcher's desk."  —Mary Ellen Bates, coauthor, Researching Online for Dummies

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Net Crimes & Misdemeanors: Outmaneuvering Web Spammers, Stalkers, and Con Artists
Net Crimes & Misdemeanors: Outmaneuvering Web Spammers, Stalkers, and Con Artists
If you are reading this book or thinking about acquiring it, you have taken an important step toward increasing your awareness of the ways in which the Internet may be abused. J. A. Hitchcock has prepared a second edition of her popular book, Net Crimes and Misdemeanors, reflecting new ways in which you may encounter the dark side of global...
Creating Web-Accessible Databases: Case Studies for Libraries, Museums, and Other Nonprofits
Creating Web-Accessible Databases: Case Studies for Libraries, Museums, and Other Nonprofits
Tip O’Neill, former speaker of the House, said, “All politics is local.” Gloria Steinem, in the early years of the feminist movement, said, “The political is personal.” And so, the origins of this book are both local and personal. After watching the circuitous route a locally produced database took on its way to...
Information Tomorrow; Reflections on Technology ad the Future of Public and Academic Libraries
Information Tomorrow; Reflections on Technology ad the Future of Public and Academic Libraries
I’ve had the opportunity to read and re-read the book you’re holding, and you are in for a treat. It is rare for one book to cover so much of the horizon for an entire sector, but Information Tomorrow outlines so many of the major building blocks for our future. And it is written by some of the freshest and best library thinkers of our...
Historical Information Science: An Emerging Unidiscipline
Historical Information Science: An Emerging Unidiscipline
It suggests that trends in information retrieval, research, and teaching using modern information technology point toward a unidisciplinary field, Historical Information Science, which potentially can grow out of older quantification and Social Science history, the interplay between History and Information Science, and new methodologies and...
The Extreme Searcher's Internet Handbook: A Guide for the Serious Searcher
The Extreme Searcher's Internet Handbook: A Guide for the Serious Searcher
Several years ago, Thomas’s English Muffins had an ad that proclaimed that the tastiness of their muffins was due to the presence of myriad “nooks and crannies.” The same may be said of the Internet. It is in the Internet’s nooks and crannies that the true “tastiness” often lies. Almost every...
Super Searchers Go to School: Sharing Online Strategies with K-12 Students, Teachers, and Librarians (Super Searchers series)
Super Searchers Go to School: Sharing Online Strategies with K-12 Students, Teachers, and Librarians (Super Searchers series)
In 1976, fresh out of library school, I landed an impressive first professional gig. Hired to lead a team of scientists from the Franklin Institute in creating an online database on carcinogen research for Stanford University, I was in absolute awe of the knowledge and expertise of my project partners. But it was...
  
   
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