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Power Googling: How to use Google to find research resources

Power Googling: How to use Google to find research resources

Although we recommend beginning your research using the Library catalog and databases, Google can also help you find incredible resources! Join us for this session where we will:

  • Show advanced search features for Google
  • Show how to search for keywords in specific sites (.edu, .org, .gov, etc.)
  • Learn how to find related websites 
  • Learn how to use the voice search tool
  • Track Google results with Google Trends
  • Create search alerts to know when something new has been published on your topic
  • and more!

Zoom information is provided after registering (see button below).

(Please check your junk/spam/clutter folder for the confirmation email- may be best to check your mymail directly in Outlook rather than if you forward to Gmail, etc.)

This event will not be recorded. If you are unable to attend we are available for one-on-one appointments. Book your appointment here.

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Date:
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Online
Campus:
Online
Audience:
  All Students     Faculty     Staff  
Categories:
  Research Help  

Registration is required. There are 43 seats available.

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