RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE: Database Searching Skills Techniques and Best Practices FROM Selected Books and Journal Articles

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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE: Database Searching Skills Techniques and Best Practices FROM Selected Books and Journal Articles

David P. Dillard
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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE:


Database Searching Skills Techniques and Best Practices 

FROM Selected Books and Journal Articles


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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE:

DATABASE SEARCH TECHNIQUE: 

Database Searching Tips and Techniques FROM Blogs and Posts and More




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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE:


DATABASE SEARCH TECHNIQUE: 
Database Searching Tips and Techniques FROM Blogs and Posts and More


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Int J Nurs Educ Scholarsh. 2010 Jan 1; 7(1): 31.
Published online 2010 Aug 16. doi:  10.2202/1548-923X.1961
PMCID: PMC2947361

Beyond Google: Finding and Evaluating Web-Based Information 
for Community-Based Nursing Practice*


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Crash Course in Contemporary Reference
Crash Course
Author Francisca Goldsmith
Publisher ABC-CLIO, 2016
ISBN 1440844828, 9781440844829
Length 183 pages

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Library and Information Science: 
A Guide to Key Literature and Sources
Author Michael F. Bemis
Edition reprint, annotated
Publisher American Library Association, 2014
ISBN 0838911854, 9780838911853
Length 304 pages

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Abrar Sohail
Search Engine Optimization Methods and 
Search Engine Indexing for CMS Applications 


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Revitalizing the Library OPAC: Interface, Searching, and Display Challenges
Jia Mi and Cathy Weng

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Journal of Medical Internet Research

The leading peer-reviewed journal for digital medicine, and health & healthcare in the Internet age
https://www.jmir.org/





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The threat of terrorism in our homeland became horrifically real on September 11, 2001. 
The shock was felt at home and around the world. The subsequent response to this threat 
has taken many forms, including the development of new technologies intended to provide 
a technical advantage that can aid in thwarting terrorism. One important area for technical 
advancement is the development of advanced information technologies to support the 
homeland security mission. For centuries we have been improving our ability to collect 
information, and this will continue. However, our ability to analyze this information is sorely 
lacking. The information is massive, complex, incomplete, and uncertain, and it encompasses 
all data forms, languages, and cultures. Technologies are needed that will support the 
application of human judgment to make the best possible use of this information and share it 
with others as appropriate to prevent, deter, and respond to threats. The US Department of 
Homeland Security (DHS) chartered the National Visualization and Analytics Center™ (NVAC™) 
in 2004 with the goal of helping to counter future terrorist attacks in the United States and 
around the globe. A major objective for NVAC is to define a long-term research and 
development (R&D) agenda for visual analytics to address the most pressing needs in R&D to 
facilitate advanced analytical insight. Under the leadership of the Pacific Northwest National 
Laboratory (PNNL), the R&D agenda for visual analytics was developed to define the directions 
and priorities for future R&D programs focused on visual analytics tools. This agenda, 
Illuminating the Path, provides a coordinated technical vision for government and industrial 
investments and helps ensure that a continual stream of technology and tools enter the hands 
of analysts and emergency responders. 



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Archival Theory and Digital Historiography: 
Selection, Search, and Metadata as Archival Processes for Assessing Historical Contextualization
Joshua Sternfeld

Abstract Digital history, a field within the digital humanities, has challenged the disciplinary 
boundary that in recent decades has come to separate the work of historians and archivists. 
A new theory and methodology that draws from both disciplines can create a shared vocabulary 
for the production, use, and evaluation of digital historical representations, a broad term that 
encompasses an array of products such as archives, databases, geospatial visualizations, and 
mobile applications. This article argues that archival theory, when combined with historiography 
and technical or computational standards, contributes to a new theory called digital historiography. 
Digital historiography is defined as the interdisciplinary study of the interaction of digital 
technology with historical practice. Three archival processes—selection, search, and the 
application of metadata—form the theory’s foundation for determining a digital historical 
representation’s contextualization, which may aid in assessing its trustworthiness and 
effectiveness to communicate historical knowledge.