"I never let my schooling interfere with my education."
--Mark Twain, n.d.
In the making of "Bare Bones 101," we have consulted "help" screens,
tested search statements, conducted workshops, read other tutorials
and, in the
tradition of the Internet, learned and borrowed from those who have
gone before. Here's a list of the ones we
consider "best on the web":
Finding Information on the Internet: A Tutorial, by Joe Barker,
Instruction Program Coordinator, University of California Berkeley
A Short and Easy Internet Search Tutorial, by Pandia Search
Engine Training and Education (Per and Susanne Koch)
Search Engine Showdown,
by Greg R. Notess, author, Reference Librarian and Assistant
Professor, Montana State
SearchDay Newsletter, A free
newsletter of web search news, reviews, tools, and tips, by Chris Sherman, Associate Editor of SearchEngine Watch.
SearchEngine Watch, Indepth analyses of Web search engines, by Danny Sullivan, Internet Consultant and
Searching the World Wide Web, by Jesse Moore of Purdue University's
Online Writing Lab
Tourbus, an online newsletter
written by Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispin (aka the "Click & Clack"
of the online world).
University at Albany Libraries Internet Tutorial, by Laura Cohen,
Network Services Librarian
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Last updated by M. Hanes-Ramos, Friday January 16, 2009