Location: Cuyahoga County Public Library--Administration Building
2111 Snow Road Parma, Ohio
Cost: $60 CAMLS Members
$70 Affiliate Members
Free for guests/speakers
Deadline: Tuesday, September 10, 2002
Registered Now: 20
Contact Hours: 6
Fee includes materials
Learn how to use the “Invisible Web” and “semi-invisible” web content. Know what is searchable and unsearchable when using search engines and quickly identify unsearchable Web content. In this learn-by-doing class, you will be able to practice identifying searchable and unsearchable information and unveil the mystery of the “The Invisible Web.”
This course is a follow-up course to both the Master Searcher and Web Triage courses. Participants should have taken one of these courses or be thoroughly familiar with Web searching.
In addition to teaching Internet workshops all over the U.S. and Canada, Gail also likes to write about the Net. She is most widely known for her "Librarian's Internet" column which is featured monthly in School Library Journal.
Gail has also written a number of books including Coaching Kids for the Internet: A Guide for Librarians, Teachers, and Parents, Instant Web Forms and Surveys for School Librarians, Instant Web Forms and Surveys for Academic Libraries, Instant Web Forms and Surveys for Public Libraries, Creating a Power Web Site, Using the WWW and Creating Homepages, and K-12 Resources on the Internet.
She has also had articles published in public Libraries, School Library Journal, The Internet Business Journal, College and Research Libraries, Library Resources and Technical Services and the Ohio Media Spectrum
A native of Racine, WI, Gail holds a Master of Arts degree in Library Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.