Find It Fast

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1993 - 355 pages
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Revised edition of a popular guide to conducting an information search on any subject offers updated source listings, expanded coverage of electronic searches, a new section on typical research problems, and some hundred new sources. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Find it fast: how to uncover expert information on any subject

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Much more than just another library resource guide, this book goes beyond the walls of libraries and out into the offices of experts of all types. Part 1, "Unlocking the Information Vault,'' describes ... Read full review

Contents

Taking Advantage of the Information Explosion
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Getting Started
12
The Cream of the Crop
54
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Robert I. Berkman is founder and editor of the " InformationRobert I. Berkman is founder and editor of the " Information Advisory Newsletter." He has also taught "How to Be an Inst Advisory Newsletter." He has also taught "How to Be an Instant Expert" course at New York City's Learning Annex for sevant Expert" course at New York City's Learning Annex for several years. He is currently teaching a course for The New Sceral years. He is currently teaching a course for The New School on computer-based research and lives in Washington, D.Chool on computer-based research and lives in Washington, D.C. .

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