This section provides tools for using Internet search engines effectively. You can use it as a guide to develop or refine your Internet research strategy.
It covers when and why to use a search engine, how to select focused and relevant search terms to pinpoint information, and how to quickly sort through search engine results to find the hidden treasure.
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[intlink id="403" type="page"]Using Search Engines for Internet Research[/intlink]
Overview on when and how to use search engines
[intlink id="527" type="page"]Research & Language: Choosing Search Terms for Search Engines [/intlink]
How to use search terms to pinpoint the type of information you need from movement and mainstream sources.
[intlink id="522" type="page" title="Criteria for Evaluating Internet Documents"]Criteria for Evaluating Internet Documents[/intlink]
How to assess whether a document you find on the Internet is reliable or relevant.