Discover the benefitsaand drawbacksaof GoogleAr GoogleAr has become a nearly omnipresent tool of the Internet, with its potential only now beginning to be realized. How can librarians effectively integrate this powerful search engine to provide service to their patrons? Libraries and GoogleAr presents leading authorities discussing the many possibilities of using GoogleAr products as effective, user-friendly tools in libraries. Google Scholar and Print are extensively explored with an eye toward offering an expanded view of what is and may be possible for the future, with practical insights on how to make the most of the productas capabilities. It seems certain that GoogleAr is here to stay. Libraries and GoogleAr comprehensively examines this adisruptive technologya that is seen as both a threat and an opportunity by both librarians and publishers. Both perspectives are explored in depth, along with practical applications of this and other GoogleAr technology that may be new to librarians. GoogleAr products and other more familiar research tools are compared for effectiveness and ease of use. The various unique needs of users and scholars are detailed and considered as a springboard for insightful discussion of the future role of librarians in todayas world. Potential problems are closely examined, such as copyright issues of digitization, and privacy concerns sparked by its collection of personal information about its users. The book comprehensively explores the path libraries need to travel to benefit from the search tool, rather than being overwhelmed and destroyed by it. Topics in Libraries and GoogleAr include: the viewpoint that GoogleAr may make libraries obsolete new opportunities for libraries through using GoogleAr products technical aspects of purchasing and implementing GoogleAr search products with proprietary vendor databases testing the performance of Google Scholar and Print practical use of GoogleAras products personal privacy issues making digitized library resources more accessible digitization of copyrighted materials much, much more! Libraries and GoogleAr is horizon-expanding reading for all librarians, library science educators and students, library administrators, publishers, and university presses. Volume 2 of Libraries and GoogleAr is in preparation. GoogleAr is a Registered Service Mark of Google, Inc., Mountain View, California. Libraries and GoogleAr is an independent publication offered by The Haworth Press, Inc., Binghamton, New York, and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, endorsed, licensed, or otherwise approved by, Google, Inc.usually brief and right to the point, but things can get interesting when he expounds his comments on Google innovations. ... Still, Google Weblog is worth considering, and we recommend giving it a try for a few months to determine if its ... InsideGoogle alt;l:http://google. blognewschannel. conlagt; InsideGoogle is a part ofthe Blog News Channel maintained by ... We think this site can be effective for a keeping-up regimen that seeks an international perspective; others might find it marginal.
|Title||:||Libraries and Google|
|Author||:||William Miller, Rita M. Pellen|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-23|