Libraries and Google, William Miller and Rita M Pellen (Eds)

Peter G. Underwood

Abstract


Wherever librarians gather, brows furrow as the vexed question of Google is raised. Whilst its services are regarded with great favour by many users - and not a few librarians - the profession remains cautious and sceptical. Rightly so, because our training and experience should make us distrust any "one stop" solution to the complex problems of searching for information.

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Libraries; Rita M Pellen; William Miller; Google

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7553/74-1-1265

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