Finding Quality Information from the Web

Wednesday, 06 July 2011
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Using Virtual Libraries

Virtual Libraries give access to internet sites and resources which have been selected by subject experts and librarians 
» The Internet Public Library is a good example of a virtual library. It has a search engine to quality resources on the web. Other features include pathfinders, guides to research and help on assignments.
Other examples of virtual libraries are Virtual LRC, Library Spot, Infomine and Intute.

Online Subscriptions

» Student Research Center is an interface design for high school students to search EBSCOHOST database.
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Some features include:
Easily pre-determine content sources (magazines, newspapers, biographies, etc.)
Online dictionary and encyclopedia
Simple and advanced search options
Detailed citation, abstract and full-text of the article
Printing, downloading and emailing articles
Citation tools
» SpringerLink is an integrated full-text database for journals, books, eReferences, and book series published by Springer.
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EMC Website

Links to useful online resources are provided on the EMC Website. Useful tools for research such as pathfinders, guides to using specific resources and citation tools are also available.
on-campus access only
Online subscriptions courtesy of the Rizal Library
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 June 2013 16:59