Medical Library Association Encyclopedic Guide to Searching and Finding Health Information on the Web
edited by P. F. Anderson and Nancy J. Allee
People often seek information at two different levels. One, tell me everything I need to know; or two, just give me one quick answer. Because we expect people to use the book for both of these types of searching, the links are organized in two ways.
For the person who is working through a topic in depth, the web site has the links arranged by chapter, with all links from that entire chapter arranged alphabetically on that web page. As you work through that chapter, you can find any link which interests you from any section of the chapter, simply by browsing the alphabetical listing on that one page. For the person who just wants one link, but does not want to type it in or work from the CD-ROM, there is a master alphabetical list provided of all the web sites listed in the book. These are arranged alphabetically, not by the URL or web site address, but by the site description as it was given in the book.
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