Part 1 Understanding information and information literacy: Information in the digital age; Information literacy in the networked academic learning environment. Part 2 Academic information delivery in the networked world: Information networks in academic learning environments; Information delivery in academic learning environments. Part 3 Information search in the academic world: Academic information literature and sources; Academic information search: Strategies, methods and tools; Search information in academic libraries; Using information ethically and legally. Part 4 Academic information search in the future; Evolving academic libraries in the future; Academic information search in the future. Part 5 Making a success in the future: Making a success in the academic world; Making a success in the real competitive world.
The purpose of this book is to assist undergraduates and graduates to access and search academic information across diverse applications, databases, networks, platforms, and systems.
Mr LiLi Li is Assistant Professor/E-Information Services Librarian at the Georgia Southern University, USA. Prior to that, he worked as a computer programmer and software engineer for several American business firms. Mr Li has published and lectured on library information technologies at state, national and international conferences.