Delivering Web Reference Services to Young People

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Delivering Web Reference Services to Young People helps with advice on what the Web does well for young people and what it does poorly; which Web skills are developmentally appropriate by age group; when to use search engines and when to use subject directories; how using your good old library catalog skills can, with a little bending, make you a whizzy searcher; why most young people, even the Net heads, are poor searchers; how to evaluate the sites you find on the Web; and how to gather the good sites into a subject directory or "webliography" for student, teacher, or library use.
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VOYA - Rebecca Vnuk
Minkel and Feldman have written an excellent book for librarians on how to use the Internet to the fullest potential. Although it is easy enough to be read from start to finish in one sitting, this is a reference to be frequently consulted. Aimed at giving Web reference to young people, the book also provides practical tips that are useful for any reference situation, including adults. Sample reference questions add effective detail to instructions on how to use various search engines, meta-crawlers, and the like. Sections on how to analyze and evaluate Web sites, how to conduct a search, and how to answer the inevitable copyright questions are valuable additions. Besides general how-to-search information, there is also a section on Internet troubleshooting--how to best view, print, and save the information one finds. Programming suggestions are covered in "Training Young Users," which is filled with ideas for classes and instruction. One of the real strengths of the book is that instead of simply giving out URLs (which would no doubt be expired before long), the authors make a real effort to teach librarians how to use the Internet to find the most updated information on any topic. This is a worthy read that will not only train the beginner, but also instruct and inspire the already experienced, techno-savvy librarian. Index. Illustrations. Webliography.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780838907436
  • Publisher: American Library Association
  • Publication date: 12/28/1998
  • Series: ALA Editions Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 10.18 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Ch. 1 How the Web Works and How It Doesn't 1
Ch. 2 Using Search Tools for Reference Work 10
Ch. 3 How to Evaluate Web Sites 29
Ch. 4 Designing Your Homework Reference Site 45
Ch. 5 The Web in the Real-World Library 66
Ch. 6 Training Young Users 82
Appendix The Nine Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning 99
Webliography 101
Index 117
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