A review of the four basic search strategies used in electronic
resources such as CD-ROMs and online card catalogs. Concise (one
page) instructions are given for 59 specific programs reviewing
browse searching, hypertext, hierarchical search, and analytical
searching. The general introductory discussions also include
strategies for teaching information-searching skills to students and
customers of the library. Features a CD-ROM publisher's guide,
illustrations, and a "user friendly" design that makes information
access quick and simple. Spiral wire bound volume.
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