Helps adult learners and adult educators develop skills in accessing
print and electronic information, with chapters on various types of
information sources, how information is stored and located, and how
to organize a search for information in types of sources including
libraries, community and government sources, and the information
superhighway. Lists and describes full-text and bibliographic
databases and online resources aimed at adult education needs,
explains how to evaluate information, and discusses legal and ethical
issues. Can be used in courses or for self-study.
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