Table of contents for Youth information-seeking behavior : theories, models, and issues / edited by Mary K. Chelton and Colleen Cool.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chapter 1: Information Seeking Behaviors of Children: Using Electronic Information Services During the Early Years:1980-90. 	Colleen Cool
Chapter 2: Student Learning in the Library: What Library Power Librarians Say. 	Carol Collier Kuhlthau
Chapter 3: Learning and the Digital Library. 	Delia Neuman
Chapter 4: Do Scribes Learn? Copying and Information Use. 	Joy H. McGregor and Denise C. Streitenberger
Chapter 5: Composing Boolean Search Statements: Self-Confidence, Concept Analysis, Search Logic, and Errors. 	Diane Nahl and Violet H. Harada
Chapter 6: "If You Don't Have It, You Can't Find It:" A Close Look at Students' Perceptions Of Using Technology. 	Jinx Stapleton Watson
Chapter 7: Children's Information Choices for Inclusion in a Hypothetical, Child-Constructed Library. 	Linda Z. Cooper
Chapter 8: Children's Information Seeking at School: Findings from a Qualitative Study.		 Melissa Gross
Chapter 9: Domain Knowledge and Children's Search Behavior. 	Sandra G. Hirsh
Chapter 10: Research on Children's Information Seeking on the Web. 	Dania Bilal
Chapter 11: Information Seeking on the Web by Elementary School Students. 	Andrew Large
Chapter 12: Adolescent Decision-Making for Careers: An Exploration of Information Behavior. 	Heidi Julien
Chapter 13: Adolescents' Information Seeking and Utilization in Relation to Drugs. 	Ross J Todd and Susan Edwards
Chapter 14: Future Direction and Bibliography. 	Mary K. Chelton




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Information retrieval, Human information processing in children, Electronic information resource literacy, Libraries and students, School libraries Technological innovations, Internet searching, Internet and children, Internet and teenagers