Part 4 Of 5
By specifying search fields and setting limits, you can reduce the sheer amount of information generated by a Google search. In this video, you'll learn how to limit your Google search to find certain words in the title of the page, material in a particular web site, a particular file type, or pages from a foreign country in order to locate the most relevant material.
A pdf transcript of this video is available.
Read the complete Guide to Google@UNB Libraries.
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