Friday, February 18, 2011

Ten Tips for Web Searching

Thursday, March 17, 2:00pm EST.

Internet searching is easy to do; actually finding the right information for you and your library user is harder. One problem is that even experienced library reference staff can treat online searching as a superficial tactic. Learn some practical tips that can improve the quantity, quality, and focus of your internet search results.

Kit Keller is the director of Library Services and Student Achievement at Chancellor University in Cleveland and the author of "Online Research Strategies for Librarians", a new self-paced continuing education course for anyone interested in improving their reference skills from the University of North Texas Lifelong Education @ Desktop (LE@D) project.

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