Marcus Zillman’s guide is a comprehensive and selective bibliography including search engines, world wide web resources, services and sites currently offering free, value added content on the web. As more and more of the global population is accessing the web, making informed choices about what content to use to obtain reliable, accurate, actionable information becomes more critical. This guide provides an extensive range of reliable, relevant information to leverage – whether you are an educator, a librarian, a researcher, a lawyer, a student, a professional working on mission critical organizational objectives, or in the interest of current awareness. Gaining insight into your resources can be a challenging process if undertaken without benchmarks and skillfully researched pathfinders. This guide comprises a wide range of resources for everyone who regularly engages with web content for knowledge discovery, producing work product, and creating value added content related to specific sectors, issues or topics.
Roger V. Skalbeck examines and illustrates usability issues on the FTC’s Do Not Call Registry, a very popular e-gov site that has design errors impeding complete content accessibility when users choose non-Microsoft browsers.
Frederick L. Faulkner IV highlights and outlines the essential components of a strategic website plan that can be integrated into your overall firm or practice goals in the coming year.
Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys: Is Your Web Site Successful? Tips and Techniques to Get More Out Of Your Web
Frederick L. Faulkner IV recommends how firms of all sizes can effectively leverage their websites through a process of evaluating basic design and content criteria that significantly impacts user response.
How To Evaluate A Web Site
By LaJean Humphries