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This CIBER report is a meta-analysis of the reading and learning behaviors of visitors to libraries both brick/mortar and virtual. It makes recommendations to librarians vis a vis trends it sees for the near future (next 5 years, 10 years from 2008)
CIBER. 2008/ Information behaviour of the researcher of the future. UCL.
p9: new form of information seeking
behaviour = horizontal,
bouncing, checking and viewing in nature. Users are
promiscuous, diverse and volatile
... serious challenges for
traditional information providers, nurtured in a hardcopy
paradigm and... still tied to it.
information skills have to be developed during formative
school years and that remedial information literacy
programmes at university level are likely to be ineffective.
... go with the flow and help children to
become more effective information consumers?
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How To Buy
Twitter Search In Plain English
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How Twitter Search creates new opportunities for business feedback, tracking real time news and discovering trends. Release Date: 06/16/09. Video Length: 03:18.
This link recently saved by vancestevens on April 21, 2009
over the past few weeks and months Twitter has evolved into something unique that Google, and indeed no other search engine has managed to achieve.
Lets get one thing straight - Google is still the search engine to beat when it comes to archiving vast quantities of historical information and giving users a simple interface to retrieve this stored data. If you want to find expert reviews of that new LCD TV that you’re thinking of buying, research your homework, find that website that you can’t quite remember the URL of, look for a good cheesecake recipe, and whole host of other search query types, then Google is your first port of call.
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CatchTomorrow is leading the way as a next next-generation search engine—a site which utilizes Web 2.0 features and technology not found in other major search engines like Google and Yahoo!. These Web 2.0 features allow users to create his or her own customized CatchTomorrow home page by selecting from several informational modules, many of which offer more targeted search capability,