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Teaching student use of academic metadata for resource discovery
|Title:||Teaching student use of academic metadata for resource discovery|
|Author Affiliation:||Joseph M. Dudley - Bryant & Stratton College|
|Abstract:||As distributed research materials on the Web become increasingly popular, metadata becomes central to their discovery and use. This paper will discuss how I prepare students in my information literacy classes and in bibliographic instruction sessions in subject classes to search effectively in online library catalogs and research databases by creating a running list of subject-specific keywords, how to discover additional resources though selection of appropriate Library of Congress Subject Headings, and how to effectively interpret metadata sets as a first step in document analysis.|
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TCC 2008 Proceedings|
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