With the world becoming increasingly more dependent upon the Internet, libraries offer an essential service by providing access to this worldwide network. To help their patrons, modern librarians must have a thorough understanding of this technology. Integrating the Web into Everyday Library Services: A Practical Guide for Librarians is a comprehensive guide to a variety of aspects of Internet use and research. The book is basic, assuming only a basic understanding of computer use and Internet research. This guide begins with: a basic explanation of the mechanics of the Internet and World Wide Web, then moves on to explore the variety of ways that a user can discover online information, how information is stored online via the cloud, and how a librarian can enhance his or her library's online presence. Later chapters explain: how to use the Internet to communicate, how to help patrons research and evaluate information, and how to protect patrons and yourself from online dangers. The final chapter is devoted to helping librarians solve basic computer problems that their patrons may encounter, including troubleshooting Internet connections.They are not wholly dependent on the cloud, but work most optimally with cloud computing. While tablets and ... For instance, Microsofta#39;s Surface tablet is essentially a tablet, but it has a removable keyboard that makes it feel and function more like a laptop. Netbooks are ... digital reading materials. The Kindle is a particularly popular model at the moment, but there are others, such as the Nook, and so on.
|Title||:||Integrating the Web into Everyday Library Services|
|Author||:||Elizabeth R. Leggett|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-10-16|