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Using the World Wide Web and Creating Home Pages: A How-To-Do-It Manual (How to Do It Manuals for Librarians)
by:Ray E. Metz, Gail Junion-Metz
Junion-Metz, author of School Library Journal's "Surf For" column, and Metz, Interim Director of University Library at Case Western Reserve University, have created this guide to give you all the information you need to browse the Web, integrate it into your library services, and build an attractive and functional home page for your library. Using...
Junion-Metz, author of School Library Journal's "Surf For" column, and Metz, Interim Director of University Library at Case Western Reserve University, have created this guide to give you all the information you need to browse the Web, integrate it into your library services, and build an attractive and functional home page for your library. Using easy to follow, step-by-step instructions, the manual covers hardware and software requirements; choosing and using a Web browser; and training library staff and patrons to use the Web. The book also shows how to use the Web to expand sources available at the reference desk; find the best resources for children; bring in multimedia resources; archive information; and assist with library operations and services like interlibrary loan, cataloging, and foreign language collections. Special sections on creating HTML documents and designing a home page for your library or department complete this cutting-edge resource.
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