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Why should I use library resources rather than Google?

Last Updated: Mar 10, 2015  |  319 Views
Topics: Research, GALILEO

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We're familiar with the image of an iceberg.  Only 10% is visible and the rest is out-of-sight.

If the web were an iceberg, Google searches the visible web and library resource are out-of-sight.

Plus, Google may find unreliable sources.  Library resources including GALILEO are more likely to be reliable, credible, high quality & authoritative.


Click here for a graphic from CNN explaining the deep web and what Google and other search engines reveal vs. what is available in the deep web including library resources.

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