Tutorial Created by Lloyd Wedes, MLS
                        Library Director
      DeVry University, H
      D V U i     ...
Go to 
http://delicious.com/xeti3e
Click on All Tags to see all 
subject areas.
You can also view all 
websites alphabetically by 
clicking on Sorted By.
On the bottom of 
the database is an 
option of how 
many sites you 
want to view per 
page.
page
Choose a subject.  In this example, we will use Technology.  
The number next to the Keyword indicates how many  of these ...
Your Keyword choices appear as websites  In 
              choices appear as websites. In 
this example, Technology sites....
Or you can add more Keywords from All Tags to 
narrow your subject area, by clicking on it.  
Most keyword driven sites ar...
After adding 
another Keyword
your website 
choices will 
change to a 
specific area of 
technology,  as 
shown here. The
...
The Keywords under each link indicate 
what further information which may be 
found on that site.  
Summaries of the websi...
But clicking on a Keyword underneath 
a website link will reset your search 
altogether. For example, if you click 
Aerona...
Click on the 
Website of 
your choice.
Begin your Standards
and Document 
research, or consider 
Association 
Memberships for 
fuller access and 
career resource...
Questions and Comments may be referred to
           lbwedes@yahoo.com
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Database was created by Lloyd Wedes, MLS. Director of Library Services at DeVry University Library, Houston. Funding for this individual project was made possible through The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The database is primarily in English with some German and French. Special thanks to Amin Karim and Diane Gaylor, both of DeVry University. Comments can be sent to Lloyd Wedes. To view all keywords, click on "All Tags" on the right side of the Standards database page.

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Standards And Documentation Authoritative Technology Websites

  1. 1. Tutorial Created by Lloyd Wedes, MLS Library Director DeVry University, H D V U i it Houston M t t Metro
  2. 2. Go to  http://delicious.com/xeti3e
  3. 3. Click on All Tags to see all  subject areas.
  4. 4. You can also view all  websites alphabetically by  clicking on Sorted By.
  5. 5. On the bottom of  the database is an  option of how  many sites you  want to view per  page. page
  6. 6. Choose a subject.  In this example, we will use Technology.   The number next to the Keyword indicates how many  of these  same Keyword sites are available on the database.   same Keyword sites are available on the database   
  7. 7. Your Keyword choices appear as websites  In  choices appear as websites. In  this example, Technology sites. You can also  Save them.
  8. 8. Or you can add more Keywords from All Tags to  narrow your subject area, by clicking on it.   Most keyword driven sites are in English,  whereas others are in French or German.
  9. 9. After adding  another Keyword your website  choices will  change to a  specific area of  technology,  as  shown here. The “x” next to the  “ ”     h   Tags allows you t delete any of the Keywords to  y modify your  search.
  10. 10. The Keywords under each link indicate  what further information which may be  found on that site.   Summaries of the website are included. 
  11. 11. But clicking on a Keyword underneath  a website link will reset your search  altogether. For example, if you click  Aeronautics, the search for websites  will change completely to that subject  ll h l l h b area.  Your Technology search will no  longer appear. 
  12. 12. Click on the  Website of  your choice.
  13. 13. Begin your Standards and Document  research, or consider  Association  Memberships for  fuller access and  career resources.
  14. 14. Questions and Comments may be referred to lbwedes@yahoo.com

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