Universitatea din Bucureşti, Facultatea de Litere University of Bucharest, Faculty of Letters
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2 / 2013
Bibliographic Research, a Sine Qua Non Condition
of an Efficient Information Culture
In our high-speed era, information sources are unlimited, the user being the only one capable to filter them. He is the one to decide what type of information is necessary for him, when it is needed, in what format and to what means he has to resort in order to obtain it. Bibliographic resources, both traditional and on the WEB, are numerous, from various domains and answer the most detailed searches. Not only experts, but also readers or “surfers” on the Internet can find numerous data, books, art works, audio registrations, as the Internet space presupposes diversity, complexity, ever enriched resources. Thus, the actual information climate is under constant change, the ways of being informed undergoing multiple
transformations from the point of view of means used, that is classic (such as books, journals) or the most recent, non-traditional ones (the Internet). Non-traditional information resources present the advantage that, by one accessing of a motor search on the Internet there can be identified multiple sites to answer the information needs of a user. Moreover, data bases offer access to pertinent and varied information, conferring a value plus to any research achieved.
Keywords: research, bibliography, Internet, information literacy
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