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Title: The Deep Web, dark matter, metabundles and the broadband elites: Do you need an informaticist?
Authors: Holden, Gary
Rosenberg, Gary
Keywords: Internet;information;social work practice;World Wide Web;Deep Web;literature search
Issue Date: 29-Oct-2007
Abstract: The World Wide Web (WWW) is growing in size and is becoming a substantial component of life. This seems especially true for US professionals, including social workers. It will require effort by these professionals to use the WWW effectively and efficiently. One of the main issues that these professionals will encounter in these efforts is the quality of materials located on the WWW. This paper reviews some of the factors related to improving the quality of information obtained from the WWW by social workers. The final version of this manuscript for citation is: Holden, G. & Rosenberg, G. (2003). The Deep Web, dark matter, metabundles, and the broadband elite: Do you need an informaticist? Social Work in Health Care, 36(4), 1-18.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/23803
metadata.dc.rights: The final version of this manuscript for citation is: Holden, G. & Rosenberg, G. (2003). The Deep Web, dark matter, metabundles, and the broadband elite: Do you need an informaticist? Social Work in Health Care, 36(4), 1-18.
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