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A help guide on some key activities involved in research processes.
Our top 3 Google search tips that make your searching more effective and efficient:
“” Use quotation marks when searching for a phrase, such as “global warming”
-(minus sign) works like NOT, excluding pages with the word that follows from results. Example: +pollution -air
site: or -site: On google.com, use the site limit to narrow your results. Examples: depression treatment site:edu will show results only on .edu sites; “prescription drugs” -site:com will show results from any site except a .com.
And download our 2-page guide to effective Google searching for even more tips: