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Completely revised, this authoritative "reference on reference" features the best available materials in all media for general library collections. Outlining what it takes to easily locate, evaluate, and select the best information sources for a wide variety of needs, Sweetland shows you how to: <P>-- Meet the needs of a multicultural audience using non-English sources, biographical listings of underrepresented populations, and bilingual dictionaries<P>-- Discover more electronic and non-print media, government publications, collective indexes, and abstracts<P>-- Identify current electronic resources for each reference category to stay on top of the wired generation

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This reference on reference highlights the best available materials in all media for general library collections. The manual outlines the process for locating, evaluating, and selecting the best information sources for a variety of needs. Special attention is given to electronic formats and remote systems, the demands of multi- culturalism, and the uses of collective indexes and abstracts. Sweetland teaches library and information science at the University of Wisconsin.
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Completely revised, this authoritative "reference on reference" features the best available materials in all media for general library collections. Outlining what it takes to easily locate, evaluate, and select the best information sources for a wide variety of needs, Sweetland shows you how to:

-- Meet the needs of a multicultural audience using non-English sources, biographical listings of underrepresented populations, and bilingual dictionaries

-- Discover more electronic and non-print media, government publications, collective indexes, and abstracts

-- Identify current electronic resources for each reference category to stay on top of the wired generation

Product Details

ISBN:
9780838907801
Other:
Sweetland, James H.
Publisher:
American Library Association
Author:
Sweetland, James H.
Location:
Chicago
Subject:
Bibliographies & Indexes
Subject:
Reference books
Subject:
Library & Information Science
Subject:
Library & Information Science - General
Subject:
Reference-Bibliography and Library Science
Edition Number:
3
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series Volume:
1973
Publication Date:
20000731
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
624
Dimensions:
9.27x6.28x1.52 in. 1.99 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Completely revised, this authoritative "reference on reference" features the best available materials in all media for general library collections. Outlining what it takes to easily locate, evaluate, and select the best information sources for a wide variety of needs, Sweetland shows you how to:

-- Meet the needs of a multicultural audience using non-English sources, biographical listings of underrepresented populations, and bilingual dictionaries

-- Discover more electronic and non-print media, government publications, collective indexes, and abstracts

-- Identify current electronic resources for each reference category to stay on top of the wired generation

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