INF 382J - Electronic Information Resources and Services

Summer Session 2 2001
Unique ID: 89140
Room: SZB 546
Days:  Tue Wed Thur
Time: 9:00-11:30A

Concepts, principles and practice related to the preparation, conduct and interpretation of an online information search. Major emphases include: database structure and organization, especially of bibliographic databases; languages for information retrieval; search formulation; online experience in developing and using search strategies; and communicating with the user. Other topics include CD-ROM, nonbibliographic databases, the online industry, communications software, end-user searching and legal issues. (Graduate standing; LIS 384K.16)

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