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Internet Technologies and Information Services
Joseph B. Miller


Why another book about the Internet? The answer is simple: while a growing number of excellent books cover the various aspects of networking, the Internet, HTML, web design, web programming, XML, and web searching, there is not a single survey text that explores each of these topics holistically in the context of the knowledge and skill needs of those preparing for careers in any of the many information technology (IT) intensive fields such as library and information science (LIS), business and management information systems (MIS), and decision science (DIS), to name but a few. In so doing, this foundational text offers its readers both a comprehensive overview of basic counseling and tested solutions to a variety of technical situations.




CONTENTS
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part 1: Internet Technologies
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Networks
Chapter 3: Accessing the Internet
Chapter 4: Internet Technologies
Chapter 5: Higher Level Internet Protocols
Chapter 6: Internet Connected Computers and Security

Part 2: Web Publishing
Chapter 7: Web Design
Chapter 8: Graphics Primer
Chapter 9: Web Publishing with the Hypertext Markup Language
Chapter 10: Controlling Presentation with Styles
Chapter 11: Introduction to Web Programming
Chapter 12: XML Primer

Part 3: Internet Content and Information Retrieval
Chapter 13: Internet Content
Chapter 14: Information Retrieval
Chapter 15: Internet Search
Chapter 16: Libraries and the Internet Appendix
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

Miller, Joseph B. Internet Technologies and Information Services. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2008.

2008/softbound
1591586259 $55.