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Metatext är en text om texten – en orientering om hur man ska läsa och tolka texten. En typisk vetenskaplig text har metatext som markerar sammanhanget och medverkar till att skapa den röda tråden. Här kan du som skribent låta dig inspireras, låna och anpassa fraserna. Källorna är vetenskapliga texter på engelska. Introduktioner Det finns många sätt att inleda en vetenskaplig text.
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Books are wonderful things. They can be filled with information and tell you about current events or they can be fictional and tell of adventures. But what happens when you finish that perfect book only to look upon your shelf and find that you have no more new books to read? Oh, the horror! Well, here comes the web to your rescue.
While we libraries typically spend more of our resources on ‘catalog’ search, for academic libraries a significant portion of users probably spend more time looking for articles instead. (Anyone have a cite to any research showing this?) So many of us are trying to spend more resources on supporting article search in a way that is integrated into our web infrastructure, with a good user interface, instead of a hacky afterthought. I had been assuming that the way to do this was to, somehow, provide a single search interface that would search both over the traditional catalog/ILS database, and over vendor content including scholarly articles, in one merged result list.
<img alt="Illustration: Tymn Armstrong" src="/magazine/wp-content/images/19-11/st_thompson_searchresults.jpg" title="Start" width="315" height="201" /> Illustration: Tymn Armstrong We’re often told that young people tend to be the most tech-savvy among us. But just how savvy are they? A group of researchers led by College of Charleston business professor Bing Pan tried to find out. Specifically, Pan wanted to know how skillful young folks are at online search.
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