Volume 20, Number 3 • February 2000
Incorporating the Internet into traditional library instruction
by Tony Fonseca & Monica King

Reports on the development of a template for the purpose of training and bibliographic instruction, rather than having to "reinvent the wheel" for every workshop program. Says that the authors collaborated in order to develop a template that would allow patrons to effectively incorporate Web searching into library research. Explains that three different research assignments (genealogy, grant resources, and term paper research) were prepared for last year's Louisiana Library Association Conference to illustrate how the methodology could be easily modified to fit a given information need. States that a few rules were developed for assessing search engine capabilities and for using the right type of engine with the right type of search. Notes that this article hopes to break the barriers of proximity and share the template with librarians outside of Louisiana. Includes two sidebars, one photo, and two lists of references.
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