Internet Informed: Guidance for the Dedicated Searcher
by David Novak
Publisher: The Spire Project 2007
Number of pages: 334
In this book, we shall initially gather a collection of search techniques that extend our ability to collect and appreciate internet information. This will include the use of field searches, an understanding of prominence and endorsements as well the influences of context, format and source. I will also show you a very effective way to reveal quality on the internet.
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