Pretraživanje medicinskih resursa na Internetu

Banjanović, Bedrudin; Omerhodžić, Ibrahim
June 2006
Acta Informatica Medica;2006, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p94
Academic Journal
The proliferation of medical websites is good news for the researcher with a small to non-existent medical collection. literature research, because of it complexity must be planed. Through internet, access to literature is better, faster and simple. Many medical Web sites offer e-journals, books, online databases, lectures, which help working and learning process a of the students, of the lectures, of the doctors, and of the patients. Publishers of information are academical institutions which give credibility to information source. There are more and more free medical resources available on the internet, which is not casein in other academicals fields. Web is complex entity width information from variety of sources, not just statical Web pages. Significantly bigger part of Web pages, has some type of dynamic content, popularly called Deep Web. Deep Web is 500 times bigger than surface Web. It is constitute from online data base, multimedia files like audio, video, presentations, and variety of software. Web is wonderful intersection of new and greate information. it is fast and simple for use. But if you look around you, you will see that is not everyone so fast and precise in searching process of the Web. Searching of facts and fictions is not easy job. Sometimes it is like searching of library without any documentation. for searching you need searching tool. There three basic types of searching tools. Search engines, subject directories and Meta search engines. None search entire Web.


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