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Become A Better Online Researcher: Research Tools For Freelancers

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Research is a crucial element of freelancing of almost any kind. Here are the most important research guidelines to follow whatever you're working on.
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How to Search the Invisible Web - OnlineUniversities.com

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While the pages and media found via simple searches may seem unendingly huge at times, what is submerged and largely unseen – often referred to as the invisible web or deep web – is in fact far, far bigger.
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Finding Scholarly Articles - Research Steps Series

This video demonstrates searching for scholarly articles. Please rate this video here: http://samford.libanalytics.com/tw.php?i=270&d=2088&w=1380, we appreci...


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Apples v. Oranges, Why Citations are Needed, and more Feedback - Library Journal

Apples v. Oranges, Why Citations are Needed, and more Feedback - Library Journal | Searching for The Scholarly Information | Scoop.it
Why sports versus libraries and self versus traditional publishing are not simple comparison, the point of precision in citation, and more Letters to LJ's November 1, 2014 Issue
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How many scholarly papers are on the Web? At least 114 million, professor finds - Penn State News

How many scholarly papers are on the Web? At least 114 million, professor finds - Penn State News | Searching for The Scholarly Information | Scoop.it
Lee Giles, a professor at Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST), has devoted a large portion of his career to developing search engines and digital libraries that make it easier for researchers to access scholarly...
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Finding Scholarly Articles - Research Steps Series

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Evaluating information — popular vs. scholarly | RAIL: Recipes for Advancing Information Literacy

This recipe gives students hands-on experience with searching for needed information, understanding the characteristics of different information types (i.e., popular vs. scholarly articles), and th...


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How to Search for (and Read) Academic Papers through Google Scholar

The first portion of this video will demonstrate how to search on Google Scholar for academic articles and papers. The second portion explains how to read an...

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Search Everything: Scholarly & Peer-Reviewed Sources

A demonstration of how to use Search Everything to find scholarly or peer-reviewed sources. Transcript follows: Hi, I'm Courtney, a Librarian at the Ryerson ...

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Finding New Perspectives Through Research: Approaches to Thinking About Scholarly Debate

Andrew Lee shares the powerful benefits of immersing yourself in a scholarly community and how to take advantage of the library's vast resources.

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How to Find Scholarly Articles

This video discusses the difference between scholarly and popular resources, develops search terms, and uses Ashford University's library to locate scholarly...

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How to submit a complete and quality application. A Webinar on the DOAJ.

How to submit a complete and quality application. A Webinar on the DOAJ. | Searching for The Scholarly Information | Scoop.it
This invitation is for Scholarly Journal Editors/Publishers/Librarians/Other, in the southern and eastern African regions, to attend a webinar on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). About DOAJ The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) – launched in 2003 at Lund University, Sweden - is a centrally, publicly and internationally available community-curated list of high…
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Top 25 Educational Search Engines for Students and Academic Researchers - Quertime

There are many things you will love and hate doing while at the university or college, and research is one of them. You will love it for the new exciting things
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Finding Scholarly Articles - Research Steps Series

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ProQuest Creates the First Complete, Digital Trove of Executive Orders and ... - PR Newswire (press release)

ProQuest Creates the First Complete, Digital Trove of Executive Orders and ... - PR Newswire (press release) | Searching for The Scholarly Information | Scoop.it
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ProQuest is enabling researchers to access a critical missing piece...
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Google Scholar turns 10 this month - Business Standard

Google Scholar turns 10 this month - Business Standard | Searching for The Scholarly Information | Scoop.it
Google Scholar, the free search engine for scholarly literature that has transformed the way scientists consult literature online, will turn 10 Nov 18.
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Searching for Scholarly Peer Reviewed Journals in Academic Search Premier

How to limit your results in Academic Search Premier to only full-text, scholarly (peer-reviewed) journal articles.

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Google Scholar pioneer on search engine's future - Nature.com

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As the search engine approaches its 10th birthday, Nature speaks to the co-creator of Google Scholar.

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Finding Scholarly Information

How to distinguish scholarly journals from magazines and how to recognize reliable information on the web. Prepared esp. for students in NUR1102. Questions t...

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Intro to Finding and Accessing Scholarly Information

Please contact us at 517-750-6742 or email us at saulibrary@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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What is a Scholarly Journal Article?

What is a Scholarly Journal Article? Chances are you'll need to find a scholarly journal article for a research paper or project in the near future. But, wai...

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Finding Scholarly Articles Using the Discover GALILEO Search Box

Learn the best tricks for narrowing your search to scholarly articles and how to find the full text of articles that may not be in Discover GALILEO.

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