Posts Tagged ‘search’

Twitter’s advanced search feature takes your query and sends back data that is based on the real-time tweets from the community.  This Mashable video demonstrates the use of Twitter’s advanced search feature to find very specific real-time information.

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A week ago, Kaitlyn Cole informed me that an article, “100 Time-Saving Search Engines for Serious Scholars,” on their blog and thought my readers might find it interesting.  Definitely, the article provides an excellent collection of search tools for students conducting their search. The recommended search tools will help students and researchers save time to find books, journal articles and even primary source material for whatever kind of research they’re working on.  The article offers 100 search engines in 11 categories:  General, Meta Search, Databases and Archives, Books and Journals, Science, Math and Technology, Social Science, History, Business and Economics, Other Niches, and Reference.  For the complete listing of 100 search engines, please view the article at onlineuniversities.com

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