Marcus Zillman’s comprehensive, actionable guide provides links to hundreds of resources that assist students of all ages to leverage free and low cost resources to facilitate more efficient, effective learning – either as an individual, as part of a team, in a classroom, or as a member of a project oriented group. Whether you are seeking best practices for individual or team study – including guides, apps, wikis, tutorials, links to free courses and academic topical and subject guides, or how to locate e-text books and how to correctly create bibliographies and citations, this guide has all this information and so much more. If you are a student, an educator, a librarian or a researcher, these resources, many of which are from colleges, universities, libraries and schools, will expand your horizons and support your effort to be a creative, innovative, successful learner.
Marcus Zillman has a longstanding and comprehensive expertise pertaining to the Deep Web. The Deep Web or Dark Web covers trillions of pages of information held in dynamically generated repositories throughout the global web that remain inaccessible through popular applications and search engines. Searching for this information using deeper search techniques and the latest algorithms allows researchers to obtain a vast amount of information that was previously unavailable or inaccessible, in fields that include the sciences and maths, corporate and financial data, and data only surfaced using file sharing applications. Zillman’s new guide documents a wide range of sources to improve your research results, including articles and paper, cross database search services and tools, peer to peer and file sharing engines, and semantic web resources.
This guide for researchers by Marcus P. Zillman is a comprehensive bibliography of resources and sites comprising the latest and most comprehensive, reliable content and value added information currently available on this subject via the Internet.
Selecting Web Sites for “Beyond Google” Resource Discovery
By Rita Vine
Evaluating an Online Information Service for Management
A Fastcase Review
Getting It Right: Shortcuts for Busy Practitioners To Evaluate Web Content
By Paul Petruccelli
Getting It Right: Verifying Sources on the Net
by Sabrina I. Pacifici
Genie Tyburski is the Web Research Applications Specialist at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP and Web Manager of The Virtual Chase , a service of the law firm. She writes and speaks frequently on electronic research strategies. Ms. Tyburski was featured recently in the book, Law of the Super Searchers: The Online Secrets of Top Legal Researchers. She received her M.S. in Information Studies from Drexel University, and is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and Special Libraries Association.
Update to Evaluating Foreign and International Legal Databases on the Internet
By Mirela Roznovschi
Attorney and author Kathy Biehl practiced law privately in Houston, Texas for 18½ years before relocating to New York City in 1998. She has taught legal research and writing at the University of Houston Law Center and business law at Rice University. A member of the State Bar of Texas, she earned a B.A. with highest honors from Southern Methodist University and a J.D. with honors from the University of Texas School of Law, where she was a member of Texas Law Review and Order of the Coif. She is co-author of The Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research (Scarecrow Press, Nov. 2000), with Tara Calishain.