This book describes the principles underlying online bibliographic systems, the databases available, and the factors a researcher must consider in using them. It explores the relationship of the structure and terminology of publications in various fields to the literature-searching process.
Table of Contents
1. The Basics of Computer Literature Search Systems 2. The Researcher-Search Analyst Partnership 3. Agricultural and Life Sciences 4. Social Sciences and Education 5. Physical Sciences and Engineering 6. Business Literature 7. Humanities, the Arts, and Architecture 8. Legal Research