via librarian.net, talking about this article “Get More from the Web than Google Will Tell You.”
An interesting article from CIO Magazine’s website which talks about tips to the business/market research crowd. I have to agree with Jessamyn West that the writer, Margaret Locher M.L.S., does a great job representing libraries and librarians in the age where everyone “googles” everything. The six tips are very good to keep in mind. I’ve been using tip 1 and 2 when I teach my library workshops to college students. Even when the teacher bans the “use” of Wikipedia as a source, it shouldn’t stop the student from using Wikipedia as gateway to other reliable sources.