1. What is the difference between Google and Google Scholar?

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    Learn why Google Scholar may be a better option when doing research for an academic paper. Writing tip provided by WriteCheck plagiarism checker and grammar checker, www.writecheck.com

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    • Beyond PubMed: Scopus & Google Scholar Express Training 2/17/14

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      Recording of Lister Hill Library's Beyond PubMed online Express Training class. Class description: Expand your PubMed searches to include interdisciplinary and world-wide literature with these…

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      • 438 Open Source Technologies for a Knowledge Institution

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        The open source model promotes universal access via a free license to a product's design or blueprint, and universal redistribution of that design or blueprint, including subsequent improvements…

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        • Library Minute: My ASU Library Links

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          Did you know plenty of Library resources are available to you from your My ASU dashboard? In this installment of The Library Minute Anali Perry tells us about the handy library links found on My…

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          • Google Scholar for HU

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            Configure Google Scholar to search for HU content.

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            • Google Scholar and Coker E-Resources

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              Want to take advantage of Coker's ample full-text e-resources while using Google Scholar? Watch this brief tutorial and learn how!

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              • Why use subject specific resources

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                Why you need to use subject specific resources. Comparison with Google, Google Scholar and also Library Search.

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                • Google Scholar

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                  This video tutorial will demonstrate how to access Santa Fe’s database holdings using Google Scholar.

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