Accessing Information in a Technological Age
Designed to be a practical guide for accessing and using information sources relevant to adult educators and learners, this work details specific information sources and conceptual searching strategies for using print and electronic resources. Strategies for managing information are covered.
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Where Do I Look for Information?
How Do I Become Information Literate?
What Information Databases Are Available?
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