FAQs, Help, and Tutorials Searching Internet

Scott Nicholson helps you choose the most appropriate search engine for your needs, then shows you how to use it.

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  • NoodleTools - A suite of interactive tools designed to aid students and faqs, help, and tutorials professionals with their online research, from selecting a search engine faqs, help, and tutorials and finding some relevant sources, to citing those sources.
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  • 11 Steps to Effective Searching - An extract from Niall Ó Dochartaigh, The Internet searching Research Handbook: A Practical Guide for Students and searching Researchers in the Social Sciences (2002).
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  • How Stuff Works: Internet Search Engines - Curt Franklin\\'s article explains in detail how search internet engines work. It includes a diagram of the internet indexing process.
  • Finding Information on the Internet - The University of California Berkeley recommends search strategies, searching explains search searching tools, and gives guidance on evaluating searching and citing web pages. searching Includes a glossary and searching tables comparing search tools.
  • Web Search Strategies - Debbie Flanagan\\'s interactive tutorial on using search engines, searching subject directories, internet and specific databases to find information searching on the Internet fast internet and effectively.
  • The Spire Project - Explores Internet search theory, the work of David Novak, a faqs, help, and tutorials researcher bridging library science to computer science. Covers search strategy, faqs, help, and tutorials new techniques and choreography.
  • Search Easy - Summary of indexing techniques and drawbacks of various search engines internet and how to perform effective searches tips.
  • Research Launchpad - Introduces various resources for Web searching from Ric searching Shreves.
  • The Usually Useful Internet Guide for Journalists - An Internet guide for journalists. Created for those internet who want to have a better understanding of internet the Internet and its potential as a journalistic internet research tool.
  • Sreetips - Tips on smarter web surfing from a Columbia University journalism searching professor and WABC-TVs technology reporter Sreenath Sreenivasan.
  • Net.Tutor - Interactive tutorials from The Ohio State University Libraries faqs, help, and searching tutorials to help you search the Web effectively, evaluate faqs, help, searching and tutorials information and incorporate it into research projects.
  • Web Search Guide - Gwen Harris explains web searching, strategies and tools from a Canadian perspective. Includes also Internet Explorer (5.0-5.5) basics, e-mail communication, and discussion groups.
  • Web Searching - The Internet Public Library advises on which search engine to searching choose and how best to use them.
  • Search Engine Honesty - Discusses search engine bias and censoring of results.
  • AskScott - Scott Nicholson helps you choose the most appropriate search engine for your needs, then shows you how to use it.

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