Internet Searching and Indexing: The Subject Approach
Prevent information overload with better indexing and retrieval strategies!In the fast-changing world of the Internet, the skills of the librarian are indispensable for managing the overwhelming amount of available data. Internet Searching and Indexing examines the tools and procedures available now and for the future that will help librarians, students, and patrons search the Internet more systematically, while helping information professionals design more efficient, effective search engines and Web pages. This comprehensive volume offers usable information for people at all levels of Internet savvy. Its clear explanations of the various ways search engines are structured will help new users take advantage of their attributes to design more effective retrieval strategies. It suggests practical ways for information professionals to use traditional library tools and concepts to make the Web more accessible. Moreover, it shows how the Web can be tapped as an immense resource to help librarians in the process of subject classification.Internet Searching and Indexing offers specific guidance on:
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