Presentation of Results:
Proper presentation of search results requires as much skill and care as in defining the subject and parameters of search. Reading lists need only be selective and may require brief aouotu1ioom.
But a search on behalf of a researcher will need exhaustive treatment, and may need slanted abstracts conforming to the user's need. The choice of arrangement also depends on what the user needs - alphabetical (by author's surname), chronological, source-wise (monographs, periodicals), non-conventional (microfilms, audio visuals, etc.), classified, or some other arrangement. The best arrangement is that which the user finds most helpful. An indication should be given as to how complete the bibliography is. The sources should be stated giving the exact references.