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Google Scholar

Contributed by guest blogger Ken Ristau

Google, the leading Internet Search company, has released Google Scholar Beta, a new search engine that catalogues academic articles and research available on the Internet. Using a new alogorithm that identifies citations to separate scholarly work from the rest of the mass of information on the Internet, the Google Scholar engine is a great, new way to search for scholarship on the 'Net. Stephen Carlson @ Hypotyposeis mentions this new feature too. Check it out!


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