End User Searching in the Health Sciences, Volume 2

Front Cover
Valuable to both the health professional and information provider, this book provides a comprehensive and detailed look at online biomedical database searching by end users. Experts fully assess the numerous implications of end user searching and synthesize a wide variety of views and successful practices. By examining the types of users, institutional settings, products used, and applications, this important volume probes the specific variations among programs and provides a solid overview of end user searching in the health science field. The volume includes informative chapters on determining content and structure of online educational materials, training the end user, the issues in implementing end user search systems, and much more.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

THE ENVIRONMENT OF END USER SEARCHING
1
Online Education for Health Professionals
15
Determining Content and Structure of Online Educational
31
Implications for Library Planning
53
An Overview
65
Issues in Mounting a Local MEDLINE Database
85
An Overview
95
END USER SEARCHING PROGRAMS
111
A Program to Teach End User Searching
137
Implementing End User Systems at the Massachusetts
149
The BRSAFTER DARK Search Service in a Health Sciences
163
HI THE END USERS VIEWPOINT
179
A Rural Hospital Experience
189
End User Searching in the Small Hospital Setting
205
Index 283
218
Copyright

Teaching End User Searching in a Health Sciences Center
127

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases