Providing cutting-edge practices and tools in library and information science as well as a historical perspective on science and technology resources, Science and Technology Resources: A Guide for Information Professionals and Researchers begins with an overview of the nature of sci-tech literature, the information-seeking behavior of scientists and engineers, and an examination of the research cycle. Each of the 12 chapters focuses on a specific format, showcasing specific examples and representative resources in current practice. This practical guide will be invaluable to librarians, information specialists, engineering and science professionals, and students interested in acquiring a practical knowledge of science and technology resources. The comprehensive subject bibliographies provide a sci-tech library administrator with the resources to develop and maintain an effective science, technology, and engineering collection.Individual essays range from 400 to 2, 000 words and frequently include a photograph. ... Examples of these entries are the American Chemical Society, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Fisk ... Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) , National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Spelman College, and United Negroanbsp;...
|Title||:||Science and Technology Resources: A Guide for Information Professionals and Researchers|
|Author||:||James E. Bobick, G. Lynn Berard|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-04-19|