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The Facet Information Literacy Collection: Going Beyond Google Again: Strategies for using and teaching the invisible web Paperback – 23 Oct 2013
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"Devine and Egger-Sider make a convincing case in arguing that educators and librarians need to hammer home the importance of using a toolbox of search techniques rather than simply relying on one or two that only skim the web’s surface."(Times Higher Education)
"...a very good start for librarians seeking to guide students beyond Google."(MmIT Journal)
About the Author
Jane Devine is Chief Librarian and Department Chair for the LaGuardia Community College Library, part of City University of New York. Prior to that appointment she served as LaGuardia’s Periodicals/Government Documents/Electronic Resources Librarian. Before joining the LaGuardia faculty, she worked for the New York Public Library as a Reference Librarian. She holds an MLS degree and a master’s in English, both from St John’s University in New York. She is the author, with Francine Egger-Sider, of Going Beyond Google: the Invisible Web in Learning and Teaching (2009).
Francine Egger-Sider is Coordinator of Technical Services at LaGuardia Community College. Previously, she worked at the French Institute/Alliance Française in New York City. She received her MLS from Columbia University and an MALS in International Studies from the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
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