Bibliographies, a librarian's basic tool, prove to be useful tools for Extension work. We all make lists of information--books, Extension bulletins, journal articles. Do we do it effectively? Defining the audience, determining the coverage, and creating timely access are a few of the challenges. Two Web-searchable bibliographies provide case studies of how this classic tool can address information needs.
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Webster, J. (2003). Bibliographies as an Extension Outreach Tool: An Old Method in a New Age. The Journal of Extension, 41(3), Article 9. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol41/iss3/9