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ERIC Number: ED412899
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 6
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Constructing Career Connections: Building a Webpage for the Job Seeker.
Doyle, Carol; Martorana, Janet
Intended for those interested in the development of webpages and their use in instruction, this paper discusses the development of a career and job information webpage on InfoSurf, the University of California at Santa Barbara Library's website. The career webpage was created to serve as an instructional and career counseling tool, and corresponds with the structure of the workshops given on using the World Wide Web to find jobs. The webpage is also intended to be used outside the workshops, as a starting point for job-seekers. It integrates Web and non-Web resources within a framework of the career selection and job-hunting process. The paper describes the overall structure of the page, page design and organization of the page, instruction features on the page, the specific criteria for evaluation and selection of sites, page maintenance and revision, and promotion. The career page is classified as one of the "subject collections" on InfoSurf, which are developed and maintained by the library's subject specialists who identify, select, and provide a structure for Internet resources. The career webpage is primarily for use by the UCSB community. (SWC)
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Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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