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  • 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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  • Google Search Hints - Advanced uses of Google.
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  • How Stuff Works: Internet Search Engines - Curt Franklin's article explains in detail how search engines work. It includes a diagram of the indexing process.
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  • iNet Investigation - Learn how to conduct your own people search and background checks.
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  • Information Research FAQ - How to find information on the Internet and beyond. Covers theory in great detail.
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  • Internet Search FAQ - Charles Harris explains how to find information, people, and pictures on the Net and gives hints on evaluating the reliability of Web-based sources.
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  • Net.Tutor - Interactive tutorials from The Ohio State University Libraries to help you search the Web effectively, evaluate information and incorporate it into research projects.
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  • NoodleTools - A suite of interactive tools designed to aid students and professionals with their online research, from selecting a search engine and finding some relevant sources, to citing those sources.
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  • Search Commands* - A summary of search commands for Google, Yahoo! and Live Search.
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  • Search Easy - Summary of indexing techniques and drawbacks of various search engines and how to perform effective searches tips.
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  • Search Engine Dictionary - A comprehensive glossary of search engine terms.
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  • Search Engine Honesty - Describes how search engines work and methods to solve problems in getting a site properly indexed.
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  • Search Engine Terms - A multi-lingual glossary of search engine terms as suggested by members of the I-Search Digest.
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  • Searchingspot - Describes how to use search engines, directories and newsgroups, covering simple and advanced techniques. Includes a search engine control features chart.
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  • The Spire Project - Explores Internet search theory, the work of David Novak, a researcher bridging library science to computer science. Covers search strategy, new techniques and choreography.
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  • UC Berkeley: Finding Information on the Internet - Recommends search strategies, explains search tools, and provides guidance on evaluating and citing web pages. Includes a glossary and tables comparing search tools.
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  • Web Search Guide - Information on resource types, comparison charts for services, tutorials.
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  • Web Searching - The Internet Public Library advises on which search engine to choose and how best to use them.
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