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Conquering the Invisible Web Presentation

This morning, I'm teaching a class at the Wisconsin State Law Library entitled, "Conquering the Invisible Web." The class will be repeated on Wednesday September 21st, although I'm told that this section is full also.

I will introduce the concept of the invisible (and visible) Web, explain what can and cannot be found in the invisible Web, and offer strategies for finding information anywhere, including the invisible Web.

For those that won't be attending, I share my PowerPoint slides. My presentation is based on my article, Searching Smarter: Finding Legal Resources on the Invisible Web, which appeared in the Wisconsin Lawyer.