How does technology shape people's use of Google web searching?
|Keywords:||Web Search Engines, Faith in Technology, Social Aspects of Technology|
Since 1995 Fielden has been an instructional librarian at San Francisco State University where he coordinates library instructional activities. His books include Internet Research (2001) and Search Engines Handbook (2002), and he has spoken on issues of Information Literacy and the use of Internet search engines. He is currently examining university library history and the development of intellectual curiosity as it relates to relevant information sources and structures. The history of how scholarship developed with the growth of universities over time, and how communication amongst scholars evolved to the present day has potential meaning for understanding current trends in information technology and its use. Fielden has an MLIS from UC Berkeley and a History MA from Sonoma State University, and resides in Berkeley, California.
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