Online Tutorial for Computerized Information in Agriculture
 
Participating planning searching learning & evaluating
 

Introduction

Module A (1) Assessments
Module A (2) Organization of Information
Module A (3) Identifying
Module A (4) Referencing
Module A (5) Managing

SiteMap

     

organization :: indexing

In order to access information, you need to know how information is indexed. This is true for both electronic research databases or in printed materials. Internet sources usually are not indexed; however, some mega websites allow you to search by subjects or author names. For example, a plant-related mega website may allow you to search by scientific or common names of plants or sometimes can be by geographic location. It all depends on how the information is indexed.

The most common search fields to be indexed are:

1. Subject
2. Author
3. Title
4. Keywords

Planning Check List

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