"Students think they know how to search. You know it's far more complex than they know. No matter how skilled you are, the latest edition of Phil Bradley's Expert Internet Searching needs to be on your professional shelf. Most of you are familiar with different types of search engines including meta-search, and deep web search engines, but he goes even further with social media search engines and more. Bradley devotes a full chapter to the ins and outs of searching Google with other chapters on Visual Searching, Finding People, and Multimedia Search Engines. He details strengths and weaknesses of various search engines and intersperses short "Did you know?"' boxes. His final chapters deal with Hints and tips for better searching with sample search examples, Search utilities and resources to make life easier, and The future of search. The index is a guide in itself to the realms beyond Google." -- The School Librarian's Workshop "Competency - an attribute articulated in many information professional guidelines - is the Holy Grail that Phil Bradley's Expert Internet Searching offers its readers. While technology helps many of us earn our living, mastering search using Internet tools allows us to work more effectively and efficiently. Knowing the best resources to choose and how to use them effectively saves all of us time. Whether your focus is personal research or delivering awesome training, this book can contribute mightily to your success...Expert Internet Searching is a book that, if found on your bookshelf, may display worn page corners and multiple coffee stains from constant reference." -- Learned Publishing
From the Author
This title helps experienced users get more out of the 'net.
The book is designed to assist experienced users get much more out of the Internet. It explains exactly how search engines work, how, when and why to use particular engines. It also covers intelligent agents, virtual libraries, mailing lists, newsgroups, hints and tips for better searching. It is written for anyone who wants to become a better and more effective searcher.
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