Baker & Taylor A guide to effectively searching the Internet covers such topics as search engines, directories, newsgroups, image resources, and reference resources.
Independent Publishing Group
An essential guide for anyone who conducts research on the Internet?including librarians, teachers, students, business professionals, and writers?this fully revised handbook details what users must know to take full advantage of Internet search tools and resources. From emerging search tools Ask.com and Windows Live to standbys Google and Yahoo!, the major search engines and their myriad of services are thoroughly discussed. Recent additions to the Internet realm?RSS feeds, podcasts, alert services, wikis, and blogs?are explained, as well as tried-and-true search tools, including web directories, newsgroups, and image resources. For those with little to moderate searching experience, friendly, easy-to-follow guidelines to the world of Web research are provided, while experienced searchers will discover new perspectives on content and techniques.