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Students - Get the Most Out of Google for Research

How to Google Search terms called 'operators' can help you get far more specific results than you would by only using generic search terms. Here are some of the most useful. What You Want NYTimes articles about test scores in college, but not the SATS, written between 2008 and 2010. How To Google It site: Searches for the exact phrase, not each of the words separately. Excludes this term from the search. Only searches the pages of that site. ~college "test scores" -SATS 2008..2010 Will also search related words, such as 'higher education' and 'university'. Shows all results from within the designated timerange.

Students - Get the Most Out of Google for Research

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3 out of 4 students could not perform a 'well-executed search' using Google. To remedy this, the site published an infographic full of hints and tips useful for student research.


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