This guide has been revised since its inception in 2000. The original guide was designed and developed by Lisa Hinchliffe, Coordinator of Information Literacy Services and Instruction - University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign and Lynda Duke, MS candidate, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois. Partial funding for this guide was provided by a Teaching-Learning Development Program grant from the Center for the Advancement of Teaching at Illinois State University.
The following individuals contributed to the guide:
Resources used to create the content of the tutorial included:
Paula Berinstein, Finding Statistics Online: How to Locate the Elusive Numbers You Need, (Medford, NJ : Information Today, 1998).
Carol A. Hert and Gary Marchionini, "Information Seeking Behavior on Statistical Websites: Theoretical and Design Implications," (ASIS 1998 Contributed Papers - Electronic Scholarship Part 1).
Jean L. Sears and Marilyn K. Moody, Using Government Publications, Volume 1: Searching by Subjects and Agencies, (Phoenix, AZ : Oryx Press, 1985).
Jean L. Sears and Marilyn K. Moody, Using Government Publications, Volume 2: Finding Statistics and Using Special Techniques, (Phoenix, AZ : Oryx Press, 1986).
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