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Too Much Information

:: Mel DeSart sent an e-mail about an article in the June 2003 issue of Mechanical Engineering. The article is called too much information: Organizing information - after gathering it in the first place - is the key to actually using it. Mentioned within are libraries such as the Kurdt F Wendt Library at U Wisc Madison, and resources such as Knovel, Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, and SciFinder.

:: Thanks to Catherine for noting that along with EngLib (her blog) and Confessions of a Science Librarian (John Dupuis' blog), this blog is mentioned in the latest issue of Internet Resources Newsletter. Canadians rule!


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Sci-tech links to an interesting article on collecting, organizing, and (gasp!) using information. I've bookmarked it and will mention it in future talks... [Read More]