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Googlizers vs. Resistors
January 1, 2004

"Library leaders debate our relationship with search engines". "Library leaders debate our relationship with search engines". …

Google to Scan Famous Libraries
January 1, 2004

"The libraries of five of the world's most important academic institutions are to be digitised by Google. The full libraries of Michigan and Stanford universities, as well as archives at …

Google Scholar Offers Access To Academic Information
January 1, 2004

"Google has launched a new Google Scholar search service, providing the ability to search for scholarly literature located from across the web." …

Search Engine Technology and Digital Libraries: Libraries Need to Discover the Academic Internet
January 1, 2004

This article is the revised and elaborated version of a presentation that was delivered at the invitation of the American Digital Library Federation (DLF) at their Spring Forum meeting in New Orlea…

Search Engine Technology and Digital Libraries : Moving from Theory to Practice
January 1, 2004

This article describes the journey from the conception of and vision for a modern search-engine-based search environment to its technological realisation. In doing so, it takes up the thread of an …

Internet Time and the Reliability of Search Engines
January 1, 2004

Search engines are unreliable tools for data collection for research that aims to reconstruct the historical record. This unreliability is not caused by sudden instabilities of search engines. On t…

Metasearch and Usability: Toward a Seamless Interface to Library Resources
January 1, 2004

In 2003-2004 the author took a sabbatical to investigate the current state of metasearch tools and their usability. This paper is the outcome of that project. …

The Nature of Meaning in the Age of Google
January 1, 2004

The culture of lay indexing has been created by the aggregation strategy employed by Web search engines such as Google. Meaning is constructed in this culture by harvesting semantic content from We…

Online Admissions and Internet Recruiting: An Anatomy of Search Engine Placement
January 1, 2003

Effective use of the Internet and search engines can be a valuable part of a university's recruitment strategy. Effective use of the Internet and …

Surfing with a Purpose
January 1, 1998

Process and strategy put to the test on the Internet. Process and strategy put to the test on the Internet. …


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