Locating and Evaluating Information on the Web Part II: Meta-Searchers & Web review Sources
Date & Time
Tuesday, May 13
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Registration starts at 8:45 a.m.
Cuyahoga County Public Library
Administration Building Auditorium
2111 Snow Road
Non-library staff from member's organizations
Fee includes materials and coffee
Deadline: May 6
This hands-on lecture/laboratory workshop will help you build upon the information from the Part I course. The Web search tools you’ve been introduced to will be examined more closely and compared with each other. You’ll learn “power search” skills which will make you a faster, more efficient searcher. You’ll also find out where you can locate web reviews, and how to use them to evaluate the information in the sites you find. Through structured exercises and plenty of hands-on practice, this workshop will take you one step closer to building an effective Web search strategy.
is an Internet trainer and librarian. She is the author of K-12 Resources on the Internet (Library Solutions Press, 1996), and co-author of Using the WWW and Creating Homepages (Neal-Schuman, 1996). She is the “Surf For” columnist for School Library Journal, and serves as editor of the LITA Newsletter. Gail has presented workshops throughout the United States and Canada.
Reference librarians or anyone who needs to locate information on the World Wide Web. Participants should have attended Locating and Evaluating Information on the Web Part I, or have experience and familiarity with a range of search tools.
Learn how meta-searchers can save you time
Be able to compare search tools and know which one is most likely to provide the answer you need
Review of search tools and search basics