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Quartz: The most cited scientist on Google Scholar isn’t a person

The most-cited scientist on Google Scholar? Why, it’s et al. “Et al. has 2,415,484 attributed citations in the Google database. Second place? Sigmund Freud, with 451,806 citations, according to Webometrics.”


My top 5 learning tools

Being a writer, scatter-brain and serial list maker, it is safe to say that I need as many tools to help organise my study life as possible. 736 more words

Insider Secrets

Google Scholar Search

As the name suggests a Google Scholar search should return literature that is of a scholarly nature. I am quite interested to see how the results differ from my previous… 480 more words

Critical Thinking

Vitamin Supplements

Hello readers! I do apologize, it’s been a while since my last post. Unfortunately, this past week was just a little crazy! Lots going on. I was also a bit timid to take on this big question on the usefulness of vitamins, simply because my mother has always been such a huge proponent of their use, and I know she’ll be reading this. 415 more words


Google Scholar Expert Search

After using Google I thought about what I was really interested in finding out was the evidence, data or research to support inquiry learning. How much evidence is there? 751 more words

Inquiry Learning

Student Research Tips for Chromebook

The 1:1 chromebook program here at WHS has created new tools and opportunities for students to do research.  Whether you are working on a research paper for English class or just curious about a topic you can put your chromebook to work for you to make sure you find the credible, reliable information you need. 606 more words

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