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Title: Subject search
Authors: Unruh, Miriam
McLean, Cheryl
Schor, Dario
Tittenberger, Peter
Keywords: subject
search
directories
infomine
lii.org
librarians
Issue Date: 30-May-2006
Abstract: Upon completion of this tutorial you will be able to access and search subject directories. In addition to search engines, there are also subject directories that you can use to find the "good stuff." Two examples of subject directories are Infomine and the Librarians' Index to the Internet (lii.org). In subject directories, individuals not "engines," gather the sites. They tend to be high quality and are usually annotated. Let's look at how to do a subject search using the Librarians' Index to the Internet (lii.org).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/244
Type: Exercise
Appears in Collection(s):Learning Technologies Centre (Learning Objects)

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