Thomas Mann, "The Oxford Guide to Library Research (3rd Edition)"
Oxford University Press | 3rd Edition | 2005 | ISBN: 0195189981 | 315 pages | siPDF | 5 MB
Against the trendy but mistaken assumption that "everything" can be found on the Internet, Mann shows the lasting value of physical libraries and the unexpected power of traditional search mechanisms, while also providing the best overview of the new capabilities of computer indexing. Essential reading for students, scholars, professional researchers, and laypersons, The Oxford Guide to Library Research
offers a rich, inclusive overview of the information field, one that can save researchers countless hours of frustration in the search for the best sources on their topics.