Find It Fast: How to Uncover Expert Information on Any Subject

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Perennial Library, Jan 1, 1990 - Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc - 333 pages
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Good asset for researchers needing to identify sources beyond their normal favorites. Cover both online and offline library resources that should be available most places. Recommended reference book for anyone embarking on a research project where they need a little extra help to get started. Read full review

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I'm a Systems Librarian, but for a 6-month period in 2015 I temporarily managed the research team in my library. It was around the end of this period that this new edition of Find It Fast came across ... Read full review

Contents

Marquis Whos Who Series
34
Company Directories
40
Who Owns Whom
46
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

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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