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Referencing: A comparison of Google Scholar & QUT Quick Find

Article number Google Scholar QUT Quick Find 1 7.45 28.42 2 9.80 20.77 3 17.85 3:07.8 4 22.14 36.00

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Ph.D. stands for Ph***ing Doofus

Mid-week rant:

Google Scholar must die! Die! Die! Die!

Google Scholar is, like Uber, for lazy people. We should not encourage its use.

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Papers must fall out...

Over the past couple of weeks or so, I’ve been going over SPH (smoothed particle hydrodynamics).

I once again went through the beginning references noted in my earlier post, here [ 2,455 more words

Search Engines for Academic Use - new guide

Try our new guide providing all you need to get the most of our Google, Google Scholar an other Search Engines geared towards specialised academic users. 7 more words

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#128 Adding Find It! to your Google Scholar Search

Find it! is a library service that makes it easier for you to access full text electronic resources. If an electronic full text is unavailable, Find it! 70 more words

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Tech Tips: Google Scholar and Your Library

Did you know that Google Scholar can automatically direct you to free full-text copies of articles that Touro Libraries have in our subscription databases? This is a fact I tout frequently in library workshops, but until a particularly astute question from a student in my orientation last week, I hadn’t ever given much thought to exactly… 626 more words

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RES701 Week 8 - Finding and Recognizing Academic Literature

Today we will begin looking at one of the most ‘credible’ sources of information – relevant academic articles (also called papers).   I will look at what is an academic article later but first of all why do we do this? 2,543 more words

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