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Filtered or unfiltered?
School Library Journal (2001)
  • Ken Haycock, San Jose State University
  • A. Curry

Features a survey which measured the penetration of Internet filtering software, find out which brands libraries use and determine levels of satisfaction with software and vendor services. Finding on the use of filtering software; How most school and public libraries help with Internet searches; Aspects of evaluating filtering software.

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SJSU users: use the following link to login and access the article via SJSU databases Adapted: (2005). Filtered or unfiltered (pp. 345-355). In. B. Woolls & D. Loertscher (Eds.), Whole school library handbook. Chicago: American Library Association.
Citation Information
Ken Haycock and A. Curry. "Filtered or unfiltered?" School Library Journal Vol. 47 Iss. 1 (2001)
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