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Demystifying eResearch: A Primer for Librarians

by Victoria Martin

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There is no question that eresearch is challenging. There is no question that the management of said research is daunting. There are questions about what truly is eresearch and how can it be used as well as best practices for using eresearch with learners. This book answers these questions and more. To a seasoned librarian some of the answers are quite auto-pilot in responses, but they all are presented in a way to help the professional learn more about this work. Not necessarily for the school environment, most of the information mentioned is most helpful in academic or public library settings. However, much can be learned from exploring some chapters such as the chapter on how to use data and how collaboration can work. The index is most helpful, but best of all is the glossary of terms that can be explored. Recommended.
  BettyM | Nov 14, 2014 |
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